Mother And 15-Year-Old Daughter Dead After House Fire In Auburn Gresham; Family Believes It Wasn't An AccidentTwo people are dead and four are hospitalized after a house fire in Chicago's Auburn Gresham neighborhood early Sunday morning.
Two People Shot While Driving On Stevenson ExpresswayA shooting shut down the Stevenson Expy. near Cicero Avenue on Wednesday morning.
Chicago Vaccine Angels Try To Bridge Gap For Those Who Can’t Find Vaccine AppointmentsScoring a coronavirus vaccine appointment can feel a lot like a competition – as people with internet access and tech savvy can edge out others.
Suspected Serial Scammer Ed Kavanaugh Charged With 21 Counts Of Home Repair Fraud By Illinois AGA prolific scammer is getting the state’s attention again.
Bronzeville Man Says He's Been Without Heat For 13 Days, Bedroom Measures 28 DegreesAnother night below freezing was on tap Wednesday night – and imagine struggling through it without heat.
Indiana Man Straps On Paramotor To Go Skiing Down Snowy Streets In NoblesvilleWith so many streets and sidewalks in the Midwest still buried under heavy snow from Monday's massive winter storm, plenty of people are no doubt looking for an easier way to get around than trying to trudge or drive through a thick blanket of flakes.
Chicago Restaurants Get Creative For Valentine's Day Amid COVID-19 Capacity RestrictionsValentine’s Day usually brings a rush of lovestruck couples to restaurants. That’s the case this year too – along with a reprieve from the frigid temps in Chicago, but also with restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Howard Brown Health, National Museum Of Mexican Art Team Up For Mass Vaccination EventEven in 10° temperatures, people waited in line for hours just for a chance of getting a vaccine in case there were any doses left over.
Art Institute Of Chicago Welcomes Visitors Back After Another COVID-19 Pandemic ClosureAfter another closure that dated back to the fall amid a surge in the coronavirus pandemic, the Art Institute of Chicago reopened its doors on Thursday.
Chicago Restaurant Coalition Criticizes Expansion Of COVID Capacity Limits; Smaller Restaurants Say It's Of No Use To ThemWith Valentine's Day on Sunday, restaurants were hoping for some looser restrictions, and the city announced expanded capacity rules on Wednesday. But it's not so simple when you read the fine print.
Chicago Man Raises Funds To Bring City’s Homeless To Hotel During Arctic BlastThe negative-degree windchill that has engulfed Chicago is downright unpleasant – but it can also be dangerous, and it probably kept a lot of people in their homes on Sunday. But what about those who don’t have a home?
New Chicago Program Holds First Vaccination Event In Largely Latino Belmont Cragin, Focusing On Child Care WorkersA new program kicked off Saturday to make sure in the future, those minority communities who need the vaccine most have a fair shot.
Local Doctor Couple Headed To Super Bowl LV After Treating COVID Patients For 10 MonthsDrs. Alicja and Jacob Salman are husband and wife, and also both doctors who have spent the last 10 months treating COVID-19 patients. Now they're going to the Super Bowl.
Faces Of COVID-19: The Stories Of Those We Have Lost In IllinoisThis is a look at the people we have lost to the coronavirus pandemic in Chicago and beyond in Illinois, with CBS 2's Marissa Parra.
Chicago Teachers Union Could Call For Strike Authorization Vote WednesdayDelegates of the Chicago Teachers Union could ask for a strike authorization vote Wednesday.