Ken Raskin, one of the owners of Manny's Deli, joined CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot in the studio to the explain the holiday and share Manny's holiday specials.
Another Scooter Pilot Program Coming This SummerThe city plans to roll out another scooter pilot program this summer, after last year's four-month test run didn't provide sufficient answers to determine if e-scooters are a viable long-term transit option for Chicago.
Possible Peek Of Sunshine On ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has a look at what's coming later this week and the weekend warming trend.
A Veteran Not ForgottenIn Elgin, hundreds are making their way to the funeral of a man they never knew. John James Murphy died and spoke of having family, but none could be located. So the community is making sure he is not alone during his funeral service.
Plane With Americans Leaving Wuhan Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Lands In CaliforniaA flight filled with Americans leaving the hot zone for the deadly coronavirus has landed in Alaska. The flight then took off to California.
Suspect In West Town Rape Rejects Plea DealCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports on the latest developments involving a suspect in the attack of a woman in West Town and how he wants to stand trial instead of accepting a plea deal.
Cloudy Day With Chances For Flurries, Light SnowCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Car Crashes Into Niles Police Station, Driver KilledThe car driving at a high speed but was unable to make a turn and hit the curb and a telephone pole before crashing into the building.
Woman Says Squatter 'Completely Trashed' House She Was Buying, Just Before Closing; 'It Just Became A Big, Giant Mess'Barbecue and booze; someone had quite the celebration at an East Side neighborhood home over the weekend.
19-Year-Old Killed In Cell Phone Robbery; Shooting Suspect In CustodyAn Indiana man is under arrest and accused of killing a Lynwood teenager over a cell phone.
Plane With Americans Leaving Wuhan Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Lands In AlaskaWednesday morning, the U.K.'s British Airways, Indonesia's Lion Air and South Korea's Seoul Air all announced they will no longer be traveling to China until concerns over the virus have lessened.
Photographer Offering Professional Headshots To People With Disabilities Looking For JobsA suburban photographer is focusing on paying forward kindness that was shown to him.
Couple Who Met At Old St. Pat's Block Party Reflects On CancellationThe party's over for a Chicago tradition that's been around since the mid-eighties and led hundreds to meet their future spouse.
Flurries, Light Snow PossibleCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
CFD Promotional Exams Canceled Due To Computer IssuesThe problem, for which a vendor is being blamed, could cost taxpayers money.
Flurries On The Way For Wednesday MorningCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has your 10 p.m. forecast for Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020.
Telescope Upgraded At Adler PlanetariumThe last upgrade happened back in 1987.
Harvey Bar Owners Not Pleased About Midnight Closure LawAn ordinance passed in November requires bars, lounges, and gentlemen's clubs in Harvey to close at midnight. As CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports, owners and employees say the law is doing major damage.
Lisle Gunwoman, Victim Had Relationship, Police SayPolice Tuesday said Lisle cigar lounge gunwoman Lisa McMullan and victim retired State Trooper Greg Rieves had some kind of intimate relationship.
CPD Cmdr. Wodnicki Stripped Of Police PowersInterim Chicago Police Supt. Charlie Beck stripped Cmdr. Ed Wodnicki of his police powers Tuesday, after an investigation into a high-speed chase on which Wodnicki led Indiana State Police.
Sangamon County Coroner Killed In Downstate Plane CrashNest camera captured the deadly plane crash near downstate Rochester.
Former State Sen. Sandoval Issues Tearful Guilty PleaFormer state Sen. Martin Sandoval admitted to taking bribes to help the companies behind those oft-despised red-light cameras. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
A Seasonable, But Gray ForecastCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has a weather update for this Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020.
World's Largest Block Party Ends Its RunThe event at Old St. Pat's Church dates back to 1984, and was considered one of the best places to meet a future spouse.
Chicago Area Could Hold Keys To Stopping Spread Of CoronavirusThe woman is being treated in Hoffman Estates, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is keeping a close eye on everyone she came into contact with. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.