Teacher From Roselle Won't Even Let A House Fire Stop Him From Teaching His Students RemotelyJohn Little is 22 years old and has his first teaching job – and he wasn’t going to let a house fire get in the way of teaching his students remotely.
Despite Fewer Crashes Citywide, Oak Street S-Curve On Lake Shore Drive Remains Dangerous As EverFrom Jan. 1 to Nov. 29, there have been 199 crashes at the Oak Street S-curve on Lake Shore Drive. One person has died, and 32 people have been injured.
PHOTOS: 2020 Family Thanksgiving CelebrationsThe group may be smaller or may be meeting on a platform like Zoom this year, but festivity and gratitude are still everywhere this Thanksgiving.
2 Women Reach Out Social Media To Help Others, Brighten Lives During Holiday Amid PandemicThere has been an outpouring of holiday cheer on social media during the pandemic.
COVID In Chicago: UIC Researchers Say Sewage Testing Can Zero In On Where Virus Is Surging WorstThe subject of this story may not be dinner table talk, but it could be a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19. Chicago researchers are now testing sewage.
Sources: Former Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Pushed His Wife Away When She Tried To Stop Him From Burning Her UnderwearNew revelations surfaced Wednesday about how officers were alerted to respond to a domestic incident at former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson's house.
FDA Approves Emergency Use Of Montoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19: Doctors Explain How It WorksA COVID-19 treatment called monoclonal antibody therapy has just been approved for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration, and we’re learning more about how it works.
Only On 2: CPD Officer Says They're Made To Work Even After Exposed To COVID; 'I Think It's Unsafe'"We're sitting on the buses. Nobody is wearing masks...Even in the daily operation of going to rollcall, nobody is wearing a mask,"
'Our Customers Don't Feel Safe': Imperial Jewelry In Downtown Chicago Looted TwiceA man in a bulletproof vest with a gun on his hip might look like a police officer, but at Imperial Jewelry Monday it was actually the owner of the store, just trying to protect his business from looters.
Activists Say Looting Is Unacceptable, But Speaks To Greater Societal ProblemsTwo activists told CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot they in no way condone the looting overnight and into Monday afternoon. They say what we saw has to do with survival, on many levels.
Study Set To Bring Antibody Treatments Right To Doors Of Long-Term Care FacilitiesWhen a person recovers from COVID-19, their body builds up antibodies that can then be used to help others fight the disease.
Suicide Of Chicago Police Deputy Chief Dion Boyd Highlights Greater Crisis Among OfficersThe Chicago Police deputy chief who committed suicide on Tuesday is now part of a sad, but growing list of men and women in blue.
Trade Show Losses At McCormick Place Amid Pandemic Has Cost Nearly $1.7 BillionMore than $1.5 billion – that is the impact the coronavirus has had just at McCormick Place this year.
Four Teen Siblings Rescued In Lake Michigan; 'We Found Them Nearly In Pitch Darkness'"They didn't have any means of communication. No lights. No phones to try to track them down."
Working For Chicago: Fighting Hackers Who Want IDES Money"I was shocked because I haven't worked in 13 years. I just started collecting Social Security when I was 62 and so I would think the government would know that and not send me this card."