Chicago Officials: 'Police Activity' Emergency Alert Was Sent In ErrorChicago officials apologized Monday afternoon after some residents received an emergency alert on their phones about police activity.
Nearly 100 Residents Without Air Conditioning In Old Town Apartment
City Of Chicago Workers Allegedly Used Medical Leave To Party In The Caribbean, Take 'Booze Cruise'City of Chicago employees used family medical leave to take multiple Caribbean cruises, where they allegedly drank alcohol on a "booze cruise," went clubbing and toured tropical islands--according to the Inspector General's first quarterly report of 2019.
Chicago 911 Operators, Police Dispatchers Working Days As Long As 18 HoursSome Chicago 911 operators and police dispatchers are doubling or tripling their salaries with long hours of overtime. CBS 2 looked into how those long hours could affect their work.
Chicago Marathon Road Closures Are UnderwayStreet closures along the route will start around 7:00 a.m. and expected to be reopened by 4:30 p.m.
Man In Court For Posing As A Chicago Police OfficerPolice said when the employee asked if he was the police, Clark said yes, and told the employee he worked for OEMC.
Staying Safe During Extreme Heat This Weekend"I can't emphasize enough how important it is to look out for each other, especially our vulnerable population."
City: All Hands On Deck This Snowy WeekendThe city's full fleet of 300 plows will be out all weekend.
City To People Suffering In The Cold: Call UsCity authorities say they can help tenants who don't have enough heat and others. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Chicago Authorities Dismiss Terror Rumors On Social Media Social media rumblings about terrorist threats to Chicago are unfounded, police and emergency officials said Friday.
City Of Chicago, Runners Prepare For Chicago MarathonCrews continued to prepare Friday for the Chicago Marathon with safety measures, as runners picked up their race packets.
Does Chicago Have Evacuation Plan?In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and now Irma, CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley talks with emergency officials about how Chicago would respond to a large-scale disaster.
OEMC Dispatcher's Case To Go To Trial After Road Rage, Shooting IncidentThe 911 dispatcher charged with shooting an 18-year-old girl in a road rage incident will have her case go to trail.
City Calls For Extra Security Measures To Be Taken At Wrigley FieldThe City of Chicago wants fans at Wrigley Field to be as safe as possible and it is called on the Cubs to make some major moves right now.
Police, City Leaders Prepare For Chicago Cubs Home OpenerThe Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications, 44th Alderman Tom Tunney, along with Chicago Police officials and Chicago Cubs reminded fans and residents on Friday of seasonal parking restrictions and safety measures in place for the 2017 baseball season.