A local woman says she found a rusty screw in her beverage at La Cantina Grill on Michigan Avenue, but the owner says staff investigated and never found anything lost or broken.
FBI Asking For Public's Help Identifying Glen Ellyn Bank RobberThe man held up the Glen Ellyn Bank and Trust on Roosevelt Road around 11 a.m. Saturday.
Most Daley Center Traffic Hearings To Be Scheduled On Zoom; Expect Long Lines for In-Person HearingsIf you are due in traffic court at the Daley Center, you probably don't have to leave home. Most cases are being scheduled for video conference via Zoom.
Police Say Text Message Warning About Potential COVID-19 Contact Is A Scam;Palos Park Police are warning about scam text messages about COVID-19 contact, and lifestyle expert Nekia Nichelle has advice about two different apps that will keep the scammers away.
5 Men Shot In Humboldt Park, 1 KilledAfter another deadly night, Chicago shootings totaled 47 people as of 8 a.m. Sunday morning, and seven of those people died.
Chicago Weather: Cooler, Quieter Day; Dangerous Lake ConditionsCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, July 12, 2020.
RealTime Weather: Strong Storms Tonight, Cool Day Ahead TomorrowCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest 7-day forecast.
Man Wounded In Loop ShootingA man was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital after he was shot Saturday night in the Loop.
'Love March' Seeks More Resources For Black And Brown Communities To Help End Gun ViolenceYoung people demanding changes to how Chicago tackles violent crime took to the streets on the South Side on Saturday, asking the city to commit more resources to their communities, not just to more officers on the streets.
RealTime Weather: A Few Strong Storms Possible TonightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest 7-day forecast.
Activists Hold Love March To Call For End To Gun ViolenceAmong many Chicagoans shot in recent weeks have been multiple young children; efforts are underway this weekend to stop it. In the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood on Saturday, youth from GoodKids MadCity led a “love march.” CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Chicago Expands Outdoor Dining ProgramChicago is expanding outdoor dining this weekend, hoping to help cash-strapped restaurants make up a lot of lost revenue. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports city officials closed streets in 10 neighborhoods this weekend, to allow restaurants more space for outdoor seating.
Truck Catches Fire After Crashing In McHenry County; Driver Leaves SceneThe McHenry County Sheriff is looking for the driver who left a truck upside down and on fire after crashing it just before midnight.
15-Year-Old Shot And Killed In Jeffery Manor NeighborhoodA 15-year-old boy has died in Chicago's South Side after being shot in the back Friday.
Ed's Driveway: Toyota SupraThe heart of the Toyota Supra is the BMW Z4, but Toyota has put a special spin on this car that really sets it apart from its BMW counterpart
Woman Briefly Kidnapped When Man Running From Police Steals Her VanA woman was briefly kidnapped Saturday morning after a man running from police stole her car.
Children Playing Basketball Robbed In Jensen Park, Norwood Park ElementaryIn one case some of the victims were slapped and patted down before being robbed.
Two Marches Saturday Call To Call For Peaceful End To Chicago Gun ViolenceSome community activists are taking matters into their own hands trying to bring peace after a violent holiday weekend that saw at least 80 people shot.
Chicago Weather: Storms Possible Saturday Afternoon But Cooler, Less Humid WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, July 11, 2020.
White Sox Pitcher Michael Kopech Won't Play In 2020 SeasonWhite Sox pitcher Michael Kopech has decided not to participate this season.
Chicago Weather: Partly Cloudy Weekend With A Few Storms PossibleCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, July 10, 2020.
Roman Catholic Church Received Between $1.4 Billion and $3.5 Billion in PPP LoansTaxpayers' money is going a lot of places in the wake of COVID-19, including billions to the Catholic church, and some say it may never have to be paid back. There are allegations locally that the cash will revamp the church's accounts hit hard by sex abuse settlements.
IDES, Key Bank Blame Each Other For Late Unemployment Benefits Amid COVID-19 PandemicA new audit of the Illinois Department of Employment Security reveals systemic failures long before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
New Community Patrol In South Shore Takes Message Of Peace To The StreetsHeading into the weekend, community groups and Chicago police are trying to address what has already been a violent weekend. The past three saw at least 65 people shot, including several children.
The Damage And Cleanup In ElginCBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports on what Elgin resident were dealing with after a storm blew down trees and power lines.