CBS 2 investigator Dave Savini reports, the practices by the Willowbrook-based company potentially exposed even more residents to toxins than previously thought.
University Of Chicago Students Say They Won't Pay Tuition Unless It's Slashed In Half Due To COVID-19 CrisisUniversity of Chicago students say they won't pay their tuition unless the administration slashes it in half.
Crime Data Shows Coronavirus Pandemic Isn't Slowing Violence Across ChicagoThe coronavirus pandemic is not only straining resources in Chicago hospitals but also on the streets. Despite the stay-at-home order, police responded to 19 shootings Tuesday night, six of which were homicides.
Aramark Worker Fears She Could Lose Unemployment For Turning Down AssignmentThe woman is afraid she will get kicked off unemployment because she refused a job that she feared could put her health in danger. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Sounds Like Love From HomeCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports on a family from Munster, Indiana whose patriarch is suffering from COVID-19 and what they're doing to make sure he's not completely alone during the crisis.
How Black-Owned Businesses Are Hit Hard By COVID-19CBS 2's Jim Williams reports on a fund set up to help those who have lost their jobs because of COVID-19.
Northwestern Sharp Shooter Waiting For Her Call From The WNBACBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports while no sports are being played anywhere, Northwestern basketball star Abi Scheid, who led the the nation in three-point shooting, is staying in shape until she can hit the court again.
Coronavirus Can Prompt Concern About Shared Child Custodyhe COVID-19 pandemic is creating challenges for many parents, but for those divorced with children it can be even more complicated.
Chicago Area Weather: Storm Threat As Cold Front Closing InCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 5 p.m. forecast for Wednesday, April, 8, 2020.
State-Run Adult Care Facility Responds To Coronavirus ThreatNo Illinois health facility has more cases of COVID-19 than the Shapiro Developmental Center in Kankakee. Wednesday there were 53 confirmed cases amongst residents and staff and another 44 people in isolation awaiting results.
Interim Supt. Beck Reflects On His Time With CPDWednesday marked five months to the day since Charlie Beck was given the job as Chicago’s interim police superintendent and he is preparing to move on. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov talked with him about his achievements.
Many Small Businesses Apply For Limited Relief FundsCBS 2's VInce Gerasole reports on small business owners struggling to stay open as they await help from the city of Chicago.
Illinois Not Yet Reaching Goal Of 10,000 COVID-19 Tests Per DayGov. JB Pritzker says the state has fallen short of its goal of testing 10,000 people per day for COVID-19 by now, and won't get there this week.
Lightfoot On Liquor Sales CurfewTo continue the current stay-at-home order, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced starting Thursday, liquor sales in the city will have a 9:00 p.m. curfew.
RealTime Weather: Another Chance For Severe StormsCBS 2 Meteorologist says an approaching cold front could bring strong thunderstorms, with better chances of severe weather south of I-80.
Donations Roll In From The Auto Show To Fight HungerThe organizers of the Chicago Auto Show have revved up our virtual food drive.
Chicago Weather: More Rain On The Way For This Afternoon And EveningCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has a check on the extended forecast.
Toni Preckwinkle Self-Isolates After Member Of Security Detail Gets COVID-19A member of Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle's executive protection detail has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, prompting Preckwinkle to self-isolate for the next few days.
Coronavirus Death Toll: 380 In Illinois, 203 In IndianaIllinois saw its largest one-day death toll from COVID-19 on Tuesday, with 73 fatal cases.
Hail Damages Windshields, Cars In Northern SuburbsTuesday night's storm left behind damage in Evanston. Many residents now have to clean up and repair their damaged cars and windows.
Anything Is Pawzible: Local Business Moves Dog Training OnlineLots of businesses have gone virtual, but this one is a bit more unusual.
Crash Involving Wrong-Way Driver On Lake Shore Drive Near LawrenceA driver was heading southbound in the northbound on Lake Shore Drive and crashed into another driver.
Gas Prices Drop Under $2 A Gallon In The Chicago AreaIn Barrington, gas prices were under $1.99 and other areas have reported even lower prices.
Pet Owners Encouraged To Create Pet Emergency PlanIt's time to get an emergency plan in place for your pets.
Keshet Helping People With Special Needs Adjust To Life During PandemicOne local organization has found a solution. Keshet, local non profit serving people with special needs, has taken its programming online.