Northwest Indiana Woman Fears Items She Mailed To Her Son In Georgia For Christmas May Be Gone For Good -- And She's Not AloneChances are Christmas is coming a little later than usual for some in the Chicago area, as gifts sent through the U.S. Postal Service were still in limbo a day after Christmas for many people.
With Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines On The Road, A Look At How They Will Be Distributed In Illinois, IndianaThe first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were headed to hospitals late Sunday, and were poised to be administered to frontline health care workers within hours.
Fulton Market On Edge Amid String Of Violent Purse SnatchingsPolice put out a community alert this weekend about the purse snatchings in West Town and on the Near West Side.
COVID-19 Vaccine: With Distribution Soon To Begin For Frontline Health Care Workers, Push Launched In Chicago To Reassure Public It Is SafeThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was one day out from distribution late Saturday, and Chicago is slated to get 23,000 doses to start.
With COVID-19 Limiting Options For Where To Take The ACT Exam, High School Parents Scramble To Find Open SitesThe desperation has parents driving hours to find an ACT site. CBS 2's Steven Graves has more on the growing frustrations.
6-Year-Old Dylan Schroeder Gets His Surprise Parade Of Trucks As He Finishes Cancer TreatmentA little fighter from Arlington Heights was in for a massive surprise on Sunday.
COVID Patient From Joliet Thankful For Recovery Facilitated By ECMO MachineIt’s pretty much back to normal life for one COVID-19 patient from Joliet.
Many Chicagoans Order From Local Restaurants For Thanksgiving, And Not Just For Their Own FamiliesSome people who have been cooking at home for months took a break this Thanksgiving, instead ordering from restaurants that could really use the business.
COVID-19 Has Meant A Virtual Thanksgiving For Many, But Spirit Of Thanks RemainsCOVID-19 has meant the smells of pies and turkey from Grandma, and the hugs and kisses from loved-ones, have been replaced with virtual meetups and well-wishes.
COVID-19 In Chicago: Stay-At-Home Advisory Begins Monday For City; Doctor Weighs In On How It Will WorkBecause of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus outbreak, Chicago has issued a stay-at-home advisory effective at 6 a.m. Monday.
Strong Winds Take Down Tree Limbs, Wreck Dining Igloos, And Intensify Fires Around Chicago AreaA big cleanup was under way Sunday night after wicked winds blew through the Chicago area.