CBS 2's Susanna Song speaks with Paul Levin, Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, and Shockey Funke, Operations Manager of Metropolitan Farms about the Logan Square Farms Market open Sundays through Oct. 30.
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Obamas Breaks Ground On Presidential CenterCBS 2's Chris Tye reports it's 19 acres and it's likely to draw in 750,000 people a year. It's been five years since it was announced, now another four years to build it out.
After High-Profile Deadly Crashes, Have Chicago Police Pursuits Gotten Safer?In the wake of some high-profile Chicago Police chases and tragic, deadly crashes, have police pursuits gotten any safer? CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Chicago Weather: High And DryCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the forecast.
President Biden Cancels Chicago Trip, Will Stay In Washington To Advance LegislationPresident Joe Biden’s trip to Chicago Wednesday has been called off.
After School Hires Gay Coach, Abbot Who Oversees School Says He Is 'Deeply Troubled'Abbot Austin G. Murphy of St. Procopius Abbey – which oversees Benet – said he was “deeply troubled” by a decision that goes against Catholic Church teaching.
Tenants Urged To Apply For Rental Assistance Before Eviction Moratorium EndsWe're only days away from the end of Illinois' eviction moratorium. Governor Pritzker has extended the moratorium multiple times since the beginning the pandemic, but it appears it will finally be lifted this weekend.
Pilsen Artists Seeking To Preserve Neighborhood History By Restoring Street MuralsTake a stroll around Pilsen and one thing that stands out: vibrant murals on the walls of many buildings. For neighbors, they're more than just paint. They tell the story of the streets. As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, CBS 2's Marissa Parra tagged along with one artist on a quest to save his work.
Former President Obama Breaks Ground On Presidential CenterCBS 2's Chris Tye reports Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Illinois Governor JB Pritzker joined the former first family with shovels in hand at the site of the Obama Presidential Center.
South Side Author, Professor Jacqueline Stewart Among 25 `Genius Grant' RecipientsRacism, COVID-19 and other big issues of the day figure prominently in the work of many of the 25 recipients of this year's "genius grants." Katie Johnston reports.
Family Of Shenitha Curry Said She Never Got a Call From Contact TracersParents are demanding more information and more testing after learning two mothers of students at a Chicago Public School in Lawndale died last week from covid-19.
Chicago Weather: Sunny And CoolCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a check on the weather.
Cook Co. Gives $200,000 To Lawrence HallIt's a community service agency to help break the cycle of violence and imprisonment.
Obama Presidential Center Groundbreaking Underway Tuesday AfternoonThe former President and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama are in Chicago to attend the ceremony in Jackson Park.
Dog Scares Off Attempted Carjacker In Old TownThe offender attempted to take the vehicle at gunpoint, but was scared off by the victim's dog barking.
Transgender Attorney Says Winnebago County Judges And Clerks Have Harassed HerShe’s a transgender attorney who says she’s been repeatedly harassed and discriminated against in court. The other problem? The state’s ethics rules for attorneys actually allow that.
Food Delivery Driver Shot And Killed While Sitting In Car In Little ItalyPolice said the 57-year-old driver was sitting in his vehicle, in the 1300 block of West Grenshaw Street around 8:30 p.m., when a man approached and fired shots.
Cooler Tuesday; Beach Hazards Statement In EffectCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Police Searching For Driver Wanted In Deadly Hit And Run Near Jefferson Park CTA StationThe 65-year-old woman was crossing Milwaukee Avenue in front of the Jefferson Park CTA station, when she was hit by an SUV around 10:45 p.m.
After 22 Years Of Solitary Confinement, Anthony Gay Fights For State Law Restricting Its UseAn Illinois man is fighting against so-called psychological torture – after a minor probation violation first sent him to prison for seven years, and then a fight behind bars led to a 22-year nightmare in solitary confinement. Now out, Anthony Gay told CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov why he is fighting for a law to keep others from enduring the same fate.
Chicago Weather: Patchy Fog By DaybreakCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Sept. 27, 2021.
Man Caught On Camera Trashing Trader Todd's Bar In LakeviewA man was caught on video trashing a Lakeview staple – scribbling racist and threatening messages and leaving the bar owners puzzled as they cleaned up the mess. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
2 Students From Different High Schools Found With GunsStudents were found with guns at Chicago Collegiate High School on the Far South Side, and Richards High School in Oak Lawn.
8-Year-Old Boy Shot To Death While Playing On Porch In MarkhamDemetrius Stevenson was caught in a shootout, when police said two gunmen came after his gang-affiliated older brother. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Bears Vs. Browns: The Good, The Bad, And The UglyThere was not much encouraging in the Bears' loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. CBS 2's Marshall Harris has a breakdown.