Girl, 17, Among 2 Shot In Back Of The YardsThe 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old woman were driving southbound in the 4600 block of South Paulina Street at about 11:54 p.m. when shots were fired, striking the 17-year-old in the hands and 19-year-old in the back, authorities said. 
Man Killed, 3 Women Injured After Shooting And Crash In West ChathamA man died and three women were injured late Sunday night after a deadly shooting led to a crash in the West Chatham neighborhood. 
Woman Shot And Killed In West ChathamThe woman was sitting in the driver's seat of a vehicle in the 8700 block of South Lafayette at about 1:25 a.m. with a group of people when shots were fired, authorities said.
Man Dead After Englewood ShootingA 27-year-old man was driving in the 900 block of West 59th Street at about 11:55 p.m. when an unknown person inside a black sedan pulled alongside him and shot him multiple times, authorities said.
Celebrating Black History Makers: Dr. Abdullah Hasan Pratt; A Doctor, Teacher, Mentor, And ActivistThis Black History Month, we want to tell you about a young Chicagoan who wears several hats - doctor, teacher, mentor, and activist.
New Wave Of COVID-19 In Illinois Has Doctors On Notice, But They Emphasize How Much More Is Known About VirusThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said over the past week, Illinois has the second highest COVID-19 case count in the U.S.
Remdisivir, Drug Administered To President Trump As He Battles COVID-19, Went Through Clinical Trials In ChicagoThere is a local Chicago tie to the drug that is being administered to President Donald Trump is using to recover from COVID-19.
National Nurses Week: U Of C Nurse Meghan Donahue On The Challenges Of The COVID-19 Pandemic, And What Keeps Her Coming BackThis National Nurses Week, CBS 2 is telling the stories of nurses going above and beyond in extraordinary circumstances.
Nursing Ranks Hit Hard In Fight Against COVID-19A Chicago nurse assigned to a COVID-19 care unit is pleading for you to stay home. She says the majority of nurses on her shift have been forced to miss time for health reasons since the pandemic began. 
Coronavirus In Black America: Living In The Eye Of A 'Perfect Storm'Chicago, New York and other major cities are struggling with racial disparities in coronavirus cases, with the pandemic exposing deep-seated economic inequalities that make it disproportionally hurt blacks and Latinos.
University Of Chicago Medical Center To Require Masks For All Staff Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe University of Chicago Medical Center on Thursday announced that it is moving to requiring masks for all staff as it takes on the next stages of the battle against coronavirus.