CBS 2's Dana Kozlov introduces us to Michael 'Skeet' Horton and his organization, 'Hoop 'Til It Hurts.'
6 People Shot In Gresham; 2 In Critical ConditionSix people were shot in the Gresham neighborhood early Tuesday morning.
Andersonville's Alamo Shoes Adjusts As Stores Are Back Open, But Traffic Is DownCBS 2’s Lauren Victory took us to a family-owned business in Chicago to check on things a month after reopening.
Heat Continues; Thunderstorms Possible Tuesday AfternoonCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the forecast.
Heat And Isolated Storms To ComeCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, July 6, 2020.
Facebook Video Catches Wrigleyville Bar Violating Reopening RulesA Wrigleyville bar was caught on camera breaking the state and city’s reopening guidelines, and other bar owners and bartenders said they're worried the bar's bad behavior will end up costing everyone. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Kanye West's Yeezy Company Received Multimillion-Dollar PPP LoanCBS 2 has learned West’s fashion company, Yeezy, received millions from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, according to data from the U.S. Treasury’s Business Administration.
The Quiet Struggle Of A Mother Whose Sun Was Left Disabled By GunfireDominique Quinn has felt the impact of violence in Chicago up close, as her then-3-year-old son was shot in the crossfire of gang violence back in 2016. As CBS 2's Chris Tye reports, her struggle was made tougher by a second bout with gang violence.
Man Pulled From Water At Evanston BeachA man was pulled from the water Monday evening from the Clark Street Beach in Evanston.
Alderman: Program In Which Security Firm Partnered With Police In Englewood Was Success OverallA 14-year-old boy was among four people killed in a mass shooting on the night of July 4th in Englewood, where private security guards were brought in to help the Chicago Police Department stem the violence. CBS 2’s Vi Nguyen spoke to organizers who said the program was still a success.
Suit Filed Over Concerns That DNA Evidence Is Not Making It Back To Wrongful ConvictsDNA is supposed to be the key to cracking criminal cases and exonerating those who are wrongfully convicted. But what if those DNA hits never get to the right people? CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Family Holds Vigil For Tionda And Diamond Bradley, Who Were Last Seen In 2001Tionda and Diamond were 10 and 3 when they disappeared from their apartment near 35th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue on July 6, 2001, while their mother was at work.
Boat Operators Get Fined Over COVID-19 RegulationsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had to say about boat operators with passengers not following COVID-19 protocols.
Protesting IDES DelaysCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports on one woman's efforts to get her unemployment benefits she's been waiting for since March.
Suspect Under Arrest In Shooting That Killed 7-Year-Old Natalia WallaceA suspect was under arrest late Monday afternoon in the shooting that killed 7-year-old Natalia Wallace on the evening of July 4th.
Concerns About COVID-19CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports baseball players have COVID-19 concerns as they start their summer practice session.
Chicago Weather: Expect A Storm Or TwoCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast.
Supt. Brown After Violent Weekend: 'We Cannot Allow This To Be Normalized In This City'It’s the Monday story everyone fears will become a reality, and sadly, yet again, we are forced to tell you about an incredibly violent weekend in Chicago. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Lightfoot Upset With Boaters For Not Maintaining Social Distancing RequirementsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says there will be consequences for boat operators who do not follow COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
Toddler Killed By Dog In Joliet During July 4th PartyA 17-month-old girl was killed early Sunday, when two dogs got loose during a July 4th party in Joliet, and at least one of the dogs attacked her while she was in a playpen. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down Pending ReviewA federal judge on Monday sided with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down until more environmental review is done. Katie Johnston reports.
City Offering 'Taste Of Chicago To Go'The Taste of Chicago has been canceled due to COVID-19, but the city is still offering the experience at home with the "Taste of Chicago To Go."
Drive-In Movies Coming To Soldier Field This SummerStarting Wednesday, "Chi-Together" will host a series of drive-in movies at the south lot at Soldier Field.
Chicago Weather: Scorching Heat All WeekCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has a look at the extended forecast.
Family Of Sisters Missing For 19 Years Pleads For Information On Their WhereaboutsThe family of Tionda and Diamond Bradley is holding a gathering at 5:30 tonight at Taylor Park at 48th and State.