Restaurant Michael chef Michael Lachowicz shows us how to make French cuisine without all the fat
Some Contract Workers Say Their PUA Benefits Are Being Cut Off With No NoticeA new roadblock has been thrown up for contract workers getting unemployment benefits. Many were notified Tuesday that the benefits they are expecting are being cut off. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Deaths Of Mother And Daughter In Auburn Gresham House Fire Ruled Homicides Due To ArsonA fire that killed a mother and her daughter on Sunday has been ruled an arson, and the deaths have been ruled homicides, officials said on Tuesday.
Health Care Facility Window Shot In University VillageA window was hit by gunfire Tuesday afternoon at a health care facility in University Village.
COVID Variants Loom LargeCBS 2's Chris Tye reports as more reopening plans continue to unfold throughout the state, the threat of COVID variants is alive and well and those strains could prove to be more problematic.
New COVID Regulations For Chicago RestaurantsCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports Mayor Lori Lightfoot said restaurants and bars may now increase indoor capacity to 50% or 50 people per space, whichever is less.
Text Message From Cook County Health Stirs Confusion For Vaccine PatientsWhen a viewer reached out to us about a text from Cook County asking for a picture of their vaccination record card - they thought was a scam - and so did we. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Chicago Weather: A Few Clouds, But Mostly SunnyCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Vernon Jordan, Activist Who Advised Former President Clinton, Has Died At 85More than 60 years ago, a young college student drove a CTA bus to pay his tuition. Vernon Jordan went on to become a prominent attorney, civil rights activist, and Washington, D.C. power broker.
$20,000 Reward For Shooter Of NyAndra Dyerhere are new details about the case of NyAndra Dyer. She is the 11-year-old girl who was shot in the face at a gas station, hit by a bullet meant for someone else.
New Restaurant Rules As Some COVID Restrictions Are RelaxedWith the city's COVID-19 positivity rate at a record low, and the federal government ramping up distribution of vaccines, the city is again easing restrictions on restaurants, bars, and other businesses.
Seniors Can Sign Up To Get Vaccine At United CenterBeginning Thursday, anyone 65 or older can call or go online to sign up for a COVID vaccine appointment at the United Center.
McDonald's Investigates Workers' Sexual Harassment ClaimsChicago-based McDonald's is launching an investigation into claims of sexual harassment at its restaurants after "CBS Sunday morning" spoke with women who said it happened while working there.
New Report On State Of Black Women And GirlsThere's a first of its kind congressional report on the state of Black women and girls in our nation.
Mass Vaccination Clinic Gives Out 750 Shots At Aurora's Largest Black ChurchIn an effort to make sure communities of color get vaccinated against COVID-19, a coalition of Black churches, organizations, fraternities, sororities, and elected officials teamed up to organize a mass vaccination event Tuesday morning in west suburban Aurora. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reports.
City Crews Removing Dibs Markers From Chicago StreetsIf you've been using a folding chair, laundry basket, or some other household object to claim "dibs" on a parking spot in Chicago after all that snow we got last month, time's up. The city will begin removing "dibs" markers from the streets on Tuesday.
4 Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Leak In UptownFour people were taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after a faulty furnace apparently caused elevated carbon monoxide levels in a high-rise apartment building in Uptown.
Quadriplegic In Highland Park Wants Neighbors To Swap Parking Spaces To Fit His Wheelchair-Accessible Van, But They Won't Do ItHe wants them to swap parking spots so that he has enough space for his wheelchair-accessible van in the garage.
Northbound Lanes Closed On I-294 At 79th Street After Crash Involving 2 Semi TrucksOne person was seriously injured in a crash involving two semi trucks on I-294 at 79th Street.
Fire Burns Through All Floors Of South Chicago Apartment BuildingThe Chicago Fire Department said the fire started on a lower floor of the building, located at 8020 Yates, and spread to the upper floors.
11-Year-Old Girl Shot While Sitting In Back Seat Of Car At West Pullman Gas StationAn 11-year-old girl was shot while sitting in the back seat of a car at a gas station in the West Pullman neighborhood Monday night.
Discrepancies On Midlothian Village Zoning Map Could Leave Property Owners In A Bind When Selling Or Rebuilding HomesAlan Krygowski found problems with a village map that might be a wakeup call for some property owners; like a stretch of homes marked down as businesses.
Sunny, Warmer Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Dry And Quiet For The WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, March 1, 2021.
As Bucktown's Remedy Bar Reopens, Call Mounts For Increase To 50% CapacityChicago’s bars and restaurants want to be at 50 percent capacity by this Thursday – that is the message the restaurant coalition sent to Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday. CBS 2’s Tara Molina talked to a bar owner who was opening Monday night for the first time in months.