No One In Custody As Investigation Continues Into Hit-And-Run That Killed Retired Police Officer Richard Haljean In Edison ParkChicago Police on Friday continued to investigate a deadly hit-and-run in Edison Park the night before.
Can Restaurants And Other Businesses Confiscate Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards? Officials Advise Against ItWhile checking COVID-19 vaccine cards, a restaurant employee told a CBS 2 staffer they've confiscated about 20 cards they believed to be fake while enforcing the city mandate. It got us thinking - how are they checking, and are private businesses that are charged with enforcing the city's rules allowed to take away those cards?
University Of Chicago Police Officer Who Shot Man In Hyde Park Shootout Also Shot Student In 2018According to the university, Officer Nicolas Twardak is the same officer who shot Charles Thomas in April 2018, after Thomas was seen smashing car windows with a pipe, and then charged at police in a nearby alley.
No Communication With Firefighters Before Baby Was Found Dead Outside Fire Station; Could Baby Boxes Be A Last-Resort Option In Cases Like This?Chicago Police on Monday were still looking for the person who abandoned a baby in a duffel bag outside a Near North Side fire station over the weekend.
'It Is Not OK To Defy The Order,' Top Cook County Doc Says As Some Suburbs Choose Not To Enforce COVID-19 Proof Of Vaccination MandateWe are 10 days into the new COVID-19 vaccine mandate rules for many indoor businesses in Chicago and Cook County – and the county as of Thursday had yet to cite a single business for violating the rules.
26 Citations Have Been Issued To 13 Chicago Businesses For Violating COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate -- How Does Enforcement Work?The city’s new proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandate for restaurants, gyms, and certain entertainment venues has resulted in 26 citations in a period of a week and a half.
Near Breaking Point In COVID-19 Pandemic, Hospitals Get Aggressive To Hire More NursesTo help will the gap, hospitals are offering signing bonuses, incentives and unique programs for graduating students, who face constant changes and a never ending learning curve.
Andersonville On Edge With Man Throwing Urine At People Walking Their Dogs, And Alderman Says It's Been Happening For MonthsSomeone has been throwing urine in people’s faces in a disturbing trend of attacks happening lately in the Andersonville neighborhood.
Chicago Woman Wants To Know Why Nobody Has Been Charged Months After Her Unemployment Money Was StolenStolen state money – why doesn’t the state want it back? A Chicago woman is asking that question months after she tracked down where a fraudster stole her unemployment money, and shared the information she gathered with police and the State of Illinois.
Ald. Andre Vasquez Asks Constituents To Vote On How To Spend Menu Money With People's BudgetA total of $1 million in city funds to fix up infrastructure – how should we spend it?
Chicago Restaurant With COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Already In Place Has Advice As Citywide Mandate ApproachesThe COVID-19 vaccination mandate for Chicago and Cook County businesses is just days away - coming up Monday, Jan. 3. But it won't change a single thing for some businesses with which CBS 2’s Tara Molina connected with Tuesday.
How Will Chicago's COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement For Public Places Be Enforced?The city is about to crack down on requiring COVID-19 vaccinations in public places. We wanted to know how that will be enforced.
Chicago Restaurateurs Say They Won't Have Time, Staff To Implement COVID-19 Vaccination Proof RequirementChicago restaurants banded together Monday to fight Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for customers.
Among Numerous Recent Retail Thefts On And Around Magnificent Mile, Only 2 People Have Been ArrestedOf 10 recent thefts - some of them violent - that we’ve tracked in the city’s prime shopping districts, there have only been two people arrested. Both of them were minors.
Illinois Unemployment Fraud Victims Learn Fraudulent Accounts Opened In Their Names Are Technically Still Open, And State Can't Explain WhyUnemployment fraud victims in Illinois are being revictimized, and the state does not have an explanation why.