Wheaton's Cosley Zoo Still Open While Other Local Zoos Are ClosedThe Cosley Zoo in Wheaton will be open seven days a week, with timed tickets available on their website.
COVID In Illinois: How Is Dining In A Fully Enclosed Tent Different From Indoor Dining? State Officials Say It's Not At AllIt’s a dining dilemma that is on many of our minds – just how is eating in an enclosed tent different from eating inside a restaurant?
With COVID-19 Surge Raging, Tests Are Going Too Fast To Keep Up In Some Areas Around ChicagoAs the coronavirus surge raged in Illinois this weekend, we saw more proof that COVID-19 tests are hard to come by.
Only On 2: DuPage County Sheriff's Office Launches Internal Probe After Staff Are Seen Dining Inside Restaurant, Against Governor's OrdersCBS 2 started asking questions, and it sparked an internal investigation within the DuPage County Sheriff’s Department.
City Of Wheaton Has A Plan To Keep Outdoor Dining Through Winter, At No Cost To BusinessesThe City of Wheaton is already making outdoor dining work, and at no cost to local businesses.
15-Year-Old Girl Battling Leukemia Is Inspiring Others To Donate BloodCBS 2's Lauren Victory found a brave young girl from Wheaton who hopes her story inspires others to help, by donating blood.
Hundreds Turn Out In West Suburbs To Protest Remote Learning In SchoolsProtesters came out in the hundreds in the western suburbs Tuesday night, all calling for changes in how students are learning this school year.
Three Men Charged In Home Invasions In Wheaton And Lombard, Shooting Of HomeownerThree men have been charged with breaking into homes in Wheaton and Lombard and shooting a homeowner on Aug. 23, according to the DuPage County State's Attorney's Office. 
Metra, Union Pacific Face Lawsuit After Crash Critically Injures Woman In WheatonUnion Pacific and Metra are facing a lawsuit after a crash in Wheaton left a woman critically hurt. 
A Total Of 5 Tornadoes Hit Chicago Area During Monday Storm, National Weather Service ConfirmsThe tornado that hit Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood during the derecho on Monday afternoon turns out to have been one of seven in northern Illinois and five in the greater Chicago area.
130 Days Battling COVID-19, Jonathan Davila Is Home From HospitalAfter 130 days in the hospital fighting COVID-19, Jonathan Davila is finally going home.