With St. Patrick’s Day only a week away, Ken Pritz from River Roast is sharing recipes for Irish cocktails.
24-Year-Old Shot In Face In Back Of The Yards A delivery driver was shot in the face and ear while driving in Back of the Yards Sunday evening.
Health Experts Say It's A Matter Of Time Before Omicron Variant Arrives In IllinoisThere have been no cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant in Illinois, but health experts believe it's just a matter of time.
Office Of Former Attorney William Enslen Goes Up In Flames After His Unsolved Murder In JuneThe Hammond law office of prominent Indiana attorney William Enslen, who was found dead in his home in June, went up in flames overnight Sunday.
West Side Middle Schoolers' Holiday Wrapping Paper Design Goes NationalThe design is so good they captured the attention of the pen company, Uni-ball, which is now selling the paper online, taking the burgeoning small business nationwide and giving these young entrepreneurs good reason to feel pretty good.
Chaos In The Loop Leads To Shooting, Beatings; 21 Young People ArrestedIt's becoming a familiar sight: chaos in the Loop. It happened again Saturday night with large crowds, a shooting and beatings. An officer was left with a broken arm, and police arrested more 21 young people.
Multiple Teens Arrested During Large Gathering, Fights Outside Millennium Park21 juveniles were arrested after large crowds gathered near Millennium Park Saturday evening, according to police.
Health Experts Advise To Continue COVID Procedures As Markets ReopenAs the holidays get closer, there are plenty of events to attend, so it begs the question: How do we stay safe and enjoy ourselves?
Outrage As Oak Park River Forest Ban Activities Due To COVID OutbreakA decision to put a stop to sports and extracurricular activities at a west suburban high school has sparked outrage from students and parents.
CTA Bus Driver Attacked In Near Millennium ParkA CTA bus driver was beaten in the Loop near Millennium Park Saturday night, police said.
15-Year-Old Boy Shot In The LoopA teen was shot in the Loop Saturday night, police said.
Ed's Tech Notes: Human-Like Robots, Gaming Console Shortage, Zoom's New FeatureCBS 2's Ed Curran with the latest tech news.
Chicago Weather: Snow returns during the weekRain coverage increases as we approach midday. Some AM slippery areas are possible to the far NW of the city.
City Colleges Establish New Scholarship In Honor Of Civil Rights Activist Timuel BlackThe City Colleges of Chicago honors the late Timuel Black with a scholarship in his name.
University Of Chicago Will Hold Public Memorial For Timuel BlackA public memorial service for Civil Rights Activist Dr. Timuel D. Black will be held on Sunday at the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.
What Caught My Eye Dec. 5, 2021Here's what caught CBS 2' Suzanne Le Mignot and Ed Curran's eye this week.
Ed's Driveway: Toyota PriusCBS 2's Ed Curran goes behind the wheel of the Toyota Prius.
Chicago Weather: Rain Returns To Wrap Up The WeekendPatchy fog early this morning. It’ll be a mostly sunny day on Saturday for the Chicago area. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
Evanston Police Host Gun Buyback EventIf you have guns at home that you no longer want the Evanston Police department will buy them.
Annual Wheaton Reindeer 5k Returns With In Person Racein just a few minutes runners in Wheaton will unleash their inner Rudolph for the annual Wheaton Lions Club Reindeer 5K.
Chicago Christmas Ship Returns To Navy PierA Chicago holiday tradition returns. There will be a public ceremony at Navy Pier welcoming the Chicago Christmas ship at 10 a.m. Saturday.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: CloverA perfect day for this 3-year-old Shepard mix is playing fetch and socializing with dogs her own size. Hearing the words “let’s go outside” makes clover very happy.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Skies SaturdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
West Side Middle Schoolers Create, Sell Their Own Wrapping PaperSome West Side youngsters are putting their skills to good use this season, creating and selling their own wrapping paper. As CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek reports, it all started with a kid who was having a bad day.
Alsip Woman Still Fighting After Getting Snow Route Ticket, Despite No Sign About ItAt the end of last winter, a total of 259 people were all ticketed after parking in a snow route in Alsip. As we approach this snowy season, CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports one of those people is still fighting to get the village's parking rules changed.