The Supreme Court says former Justice John Paul Stevens, a leading liberal, has died at age 99. The cause of his death was complications from a stroke he suffered on Monday, the court said in a statement.
Late Paychecks, Problems With Benefits Leave Employees At Chicago Nonprofit C4 On EdgeSkipping medications and stressing about paying rent – money troubles at a Chicago nonprofit led whistleblowers to contact the Morning Insiders for help.
Donate To Toys For Tots Drive At Downtown Metra Stations During Morning, Evening RushIf you're heading in on Metra, don't forget to bring a holiday gift for kids.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5 A.M. 12-10-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Zion Elementary School Principal, Curtiss Tolefree Jr., Charged With Sex Assault In KenoshaAccording to court records, Curtiss Tolefree Jr., 42, was charged with three counts of felony sex assault by school staff and two misdemeanor counts of exposing genitals to a child.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M. 12-9-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a forecast that involves an Arctic blast, which is coming whether we like it or not.
Cellphone Thefts Reported At Starbucks StoresPatrons at three West Loop Starbucks locations say they were targeted.
Burglar Caught On Camera In Washington HeightsDelora Coaston says the man broke in and burglarized the house while her sister was sleeping. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
2 Charter Schools Set To CloseCBS 2 has been investigating questionable spending at Chicago Virtual Charter School. Now, CPS wants to close it, along with Frazier Preparatory Academy.
Teen Charged With Cutting Lights In Brighton ParkAld. Raymond Lopez hopes the felony charges against Pedro Arriaga send a message. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Public Weighs In On Police Superintendent SearchThe public got to weigh in tonight on the search for Chicago’s next police superintendent.
DCFS: Foster Kids Were Not Be ShackledThe Illinois Department of Children and Family Services issued a new memo after CBS 2 exposed that young people were being shackled during transport. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Construction Frustrations Get The Festive TouchCBS 2's Marissa Para reports on what an Irving Park resident is doing to (partially) cover construction problems in her neighborhood. She's giving cones and barricades the holiday touch as she waits for the construction to end.
Drew Peterson Transferred Out Of Federal PrisonPeterson is now at a state facility outside of Illinois.
City Cuts Funding To Daycare CentersThe early childhood education centers say they have not been told why their funding has been cut. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
What Was On Board Juice WRLD's Plane When He Landed In Chicago?CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what was on board the plane carrying hip hop artist Juice WRLD and his entourage. A lot of marijuana and prescription drugs weren't the only items on board that are drawing the attention of the authorities.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 12-9-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
New Year, New Vehicle Trade-In TaxMaybe you’ve seen ads from car dealers warning people to avoid double taxation; they want buyers to trade in their cars now, because a new state law could cost them more in sales taxes in 2020. CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.
Both Sides Make Case In Trump Impeachment InquiryDemocrats say the evidence against President Donald Trump is clear, while one Republican says it's all a bunch of "baloney." CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Munster, Ind. Teen Accused Of School ThreatThe teen could be charged with intimidation.
Questions About Who Owned The Drugs On Juice WRLD's PlaneCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what authorities are investigating regarding the death of hip hop artist Juice WRLD. He had a seizure and later died after landing in Chicago. Prescription medication were found but it's unclear who the pot belonged to.
Orland Park Teacher Mourned After Hit-And-RunFr. Paul Burak is charged in the hit-and-run that killed teacher Margaret "Rone" Leja and injured teacher Elizabeth Kosteck. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Chance The Rapper's New Coding Project For CPS StudentsChicago's own Chance the Rapper is turning one of his songs into a coding game. Katie Johnston reports.
Two Dead In Apparent Shootout In Chicago Lawn; One Victim Was Walking Son To SchoolTwo men were killed, when they apparently shot each other in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood Monday morning while one of the men was taking his son to school. Katie Johnston reports.
New Project By Chance The Rapper For CPS StudentsChance is working with Google to launch a game and get kids into coding.