The victim at the center of the first lawsuit involving the Rev. John Smyth spoke out this week. Clarence E. George Jr. claimed Smyth, the revered priest in charge of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines, preyed on him for years. He first reached out exclusively to CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards.
Lake Effect Snow In Gear Monday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Inside The City Of Chicago's Fight Against Lakefront ErosionRight now, Lake Michigan is lapping away its own shoreline little by little – and powerful storms like one that happened this month swoop in and cause more destruction.
Red Cross In Critical Need Of O-Type Blood; Chicago Area Donation Locations HereThere is a less than three-day supply of the blood, and if they don't get donations soon patients may be impacted.
Lynwood Neighbors Put Off By State's Plan To Take Their Land For Bike PathThe State of Illinois is planning a $154,000 bike path alongside a road construction project in the south suburbs – and the state is threatening to take over some private land to do it.
Series Of Carjackings In Chicago Area Prompt Police WarningAll of the incidents involve men, targeting women at gunpoint.
Berwyn Police Mourning The Loss Of Officer Killed In Will County CrashA police procession is scheduled for Monday to honor Charles Schauer.
Monday Morning Snow Showers, Cold TemperaturesCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Lake Effect Snow Overnight For Parts Of AreaCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast for 10 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020.
Buyers, Sellers Strike It Rich At Sneaker ConCBS News' Marin Austin checks out the scene.
Sweeping Changes Coming To U.S. School Lunch Policy?The move by the Trump administration would loosen rules for fruits and vegetables. CBS News' Natalie reports.
President Trump's Impeachment Trial Begins TuesdayThe ground rules for how the trial will be conducted have not been revealed. As CBS News' Meg Oliver reports, battle lines are being drawn.
Speaking Out Against Gun Violence In Little VillageThe group that protested Sunday is calling for stricter penalties for repeat gun offenders.
Berwyn Police Officer Killed In CrashThe crash happened in Will County. Officer Charles Schauer was the passenger in the car; the driver was charged with driving under the influence. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Warming Trend Coming This WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your forecast for Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.
Don Harmon Elected Illinois Senate PresidentHarmon is the first new Illinois Senate President in more than 20 years.
Captured Coyote Was One That Bit BoyDNA tests confirmed that a coyote captured in Lincoln Park was the one that bit a 6-year-old boy near the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.
Man Shot While Walking Dog In UptownThe shooting happened on Broadway just north of Irving Park Road. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Thieves Pose As Roofers, Dupe Lansing CoupleArturo and Elisabeth Salinas were robbed for thousands. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Volunteer Opportunities For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. DayTimmy Arnold, development manager with the Honeycomb Project, talks about the volunteer opportunities his organization is offering on Monday.
MLK Celebration At West Side ChurchA West Side church is hosting a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration to address community issues.
Owners Of House Of Kahn Estate Jewelers Retiring, Daughter To Take HelmFor decades, Chicago jeweler Edward Kahn has counted gems from queens, princes, and Hollywood royalty among his collections. One of the oldest living Holocaust survivors, he and wife Adele built House of Kahn, one of the finest estate jewelers in the world, but now he says its time to retire at age 103.
Local Pinball Wizards Prepare For Pinball State ChampionshipCBS 2's Matt Zahn reports Esports video game competitions have become hugely popular. And a pinball machine is just a bigger, more hands-on console and it’s players compete almost just like any other sport.
Mix Of Snow, Rain, And Bitter Cold Make A Mess Of RoadsSome neighborhood streets are still in rough shape, after bitter cold settled in following the rain and snow from this weekend. CBS 2's Cesar Rodriguez reports.
South Austin Fire Leaves 10 HomelessTen people were left homeless overnight, when a fire tore through an apartment building in the South Austin neighborhood.