A north suburban school with a significant number of special education students will reopen Monday, after they were so short-staffed on Friday they were forced to cancel classes. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Ambulance Crashes In Homan SquareThe ambulance crashed at Homan and Flournoy. A Chicago Police vehicle was also at the scene.
CBS 2 Weekend Weather (10PM 10-19-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the latest forecast.
Public Gets Glimpse Of Main Chicago Post Office Set To Reopen MondayThe post office was one of more than 300 buildings open to the public on Saturday for "Open House Chicago."
Three People Shot On West Side, Including Two TeensThe two teen boys are expected to be OK while a woman is in critical condition.
Still No Deal For CTU And City, Strike Rolls Toward Fourth DayThe Chicago Teachers Union said they've made progress, with tentative agreements on eight different items.
Illinois' Lovie Smith Calls Upset Over Wisconsin 'Our Signature Win'The Fighting Illini stunned with an upset win over Wisconsin Saturday.
High School Hockey Teams Raise Money For Mom Fighting CancerTwo club hockey teams joined forces to raise money for a single mom battling cancer.
CBS 2 Weekend Weather (6PM 10-19-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
2019 Chicago Halloween Parade Celebrates The 'Artist's Holiday'It's an evening of spooky, family-friendly fun down State Street.
56-Year-Old Woman Shot By Stray BulletA 56-year-old woman was shot in the leg Saturday afternoon in the Wrightwood neighborhood, according to Chicago Police.
Man Dies After Fall From Council Overhang At Starved Rock State ParkThe man, who was in his 30s, was part of a film crew and lost his footing, according to Illinois Conservation Police.
Mayor Says Supt. Johnson Will Remain Top Cop Throughout InvestigationThe city's top cop remains under scrutiny two days after he was found at a stoplight slumped over in his vehicle.
Mayor Lightfoot Sees Progress In Union Negotiations, But Expects No Classes MondayThe mayor's office told CBS 2's Marissa Parra the decision on Monday's classes should be announced by Sunday afternoon.
Lightfoot: CPS Classes Unlikely MondayStrike enters day three, and both sides continue to make progress.
A Fashion Show That Makes A DifferenceCBS 2’s Erin Kennedy has the story of three models who are blind or severely visually impaired at Flair 2019.
Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints: Three Things To WatchWhat you need to know about the Bear v Saints on Sunday. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
CBS 2 Weekend Weather 10-19-20CBS 2's Robb Ellis has the forecast
Keonte Griffin Sentenced To 6 Years For Shooting Burlington Security OfficerA Glendale Heights man accused of shooting a security officer at a Burlington store in Bloomingdale has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 ChildrenAlyssa Shepherd could get up to 21 years in prison for fatally hitting three siblings with a pickup as they walked to board their school bus.
CTU, City More Optimistic After Latest NegotiationsThe Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools continue to negotiate a contract amid a teachers strike.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10PM 10-18-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Family Of Woman Convicted In Deerfield Murder Says She's Innocent In New Book“They made her seem like this jealous, violent woman, and she was the exact opposite."
Police Search For Man Who Stole Vehicle With Kids InsideThe children were found unharmed by officers in the 4300 block of North McVicker.
Supt. Johnson Told Mayor, But Not Reporters, He Was Drinking Before He Was Found In His CarPolice sources say several protocols weren't followed, like calling for an ambulance when someone is found in the condition Johnson was.