Two teens stole $4,000 worth of perfume and cologne from a store near Ashland and Milwaukee.
Francis Parker School Has Been Flouting Rules By Renting Out Condo Units It's Bought Up, Neighbors SayThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders first told you about the tension last month with the ritzy Francis W. Parker private school buying up units in a nearby condo building.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6 A.M.. 11-22-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has your forecast.
Ice Skating, Tree Lighting and More at Millennium Park's Holiday KickoffThe city is just hours away from the traditional tree lighting ceremony. CBS 2 has an exclusive interview with santa.
Crews On The Scene Of Level 1 Hazmat In GreshamA vehicle fire in a industrial area spread to businesses and warehouses in the area.
Chicago Holiday Celebrations Kick Off FridayThe city is just hours away from the traditional tree lighting ceremony.
Impaired Driver Crashes Into Aurora Police Squad CarAurora police arrested 23-year-old Julian Chavez and charged him with driving under the influence and failure to yield turning left.
Fire Damages 3 Buildings In Grand Crossing; 6 People DisplacedFirefighters battled a fire near 68th Street and Dante Avenue.
Woman's Body Found In Burning Car In AndersonvilleThe car was found just before 1 a.m. on Farragut Avenue, just north of Foster. The area is currently blocked off with police tape.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M. 11-21-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your forecast.
Gangs Cutting Power To Streetlights In Brighton ParkBlock after block in the neighborhood is in the dark, and it's creating a crisis, according to Ald. Raymond Lopez. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Light Pole Inspections Are Overdue, Expert SaysSome other light poles were removed after a pole came down and injured a woman near the Thompson Center. As CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports, an expert says light pole inspections are long overdue.
Body Found In Abandoned Gary SchoolThe cause of the person's death remained unknown Thursday night.
Boy Hit, Killed By SUV In South ChicagoCBS 2's Charlie De Mar talks to a man who helped the boy at a gas station just before the incident.
Did DCFS Grade Itself In Audit?The Illinois State Senate called for a review of the child abuse hotline system after AJ Freund's death, but some emails suggest DCFS, whcih runs the hotline, was given the red pen. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Mitchell Trubisky Has A Great Practice As Eddy Piñeiro Looks For AnswersCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on the confidence of a kicker and the quarterback who left last week's game early with an injury.
Horror At Old Irving Park Music School After ShootoutWitnesses describe a chaotic and traumatic scene after a bank robbery suspect first shot a police officer, and then was shot dead by Des Plaines police in a music schooll in incident that also left a teenage boy wounded. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Woman Hit By Falling Light PoleA woman was hit by a light pole that came crashing down in the Thompson Center. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov has the story.
Packaged Salad Products RecalledThe USDA announced the recall of numerous packaged salad products due to E. coli concerns.
New Logo For The Chicago FireTo go along with the team's move to Soldier Field, the Chicago Fire unveiled a new look complete with a new logo.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 11-21-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the extended forecast.
2010 Interview With Starved Rock Killer Chester WegerWeger, convicted of murder in 1960, has serving a life sentence. He was granted parole on Thursday. John Drummond interviewed Weger in 2010.
Officers Injured In Police Car Pileup.CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports on a West Side police chase that left five officers injured and their cars smashed up.
Starved Rock Killer Granted ParoleChester Weger, 80, is serving a life sentence for the March 1960 murders. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports, and talks with John Drummond for some analysis.
Downtown Light Pole Crashes Injuring PedestrianCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports on what happened when a light pole came crashing down outside the Thompson Center.