The CEO and founder of the company started Sweeten after experiencing difficulties with a contractor. Sweeten just launched in Chicago and works to connect home owners with contracts and helps customers with the whole process for free.
Special All-Black Team Operates United Flight In Honor Of JuneteenthOn Saturday, a United Airlines plane flew from Houston to O’Hare International Airport with a special all-Black crew in honor of Juneteenth.
Artists Of The Wall Festival Returns To Loyola Beach In Rogers ParkAfter a year's absence due to the pandemic, the Artists of the Wall Festival is taking shape again at Loyola Beach in Rogers Park.
Ways To Go Before President Biden's Goal Of 70 Percent COVID VaccinationPresident Joe Biden is urging more Americans to get their COVID vaccinations, particularly given concerns about the Delta variant of the virus. CBS News’ Michael George reports.
Juneteenth Flag Flying Over Illinois Capitol Through WeekendFor the very first time, the Juneteenth flag is flying over the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield.
Woman Stabbed To Death On South Wacker Drive DowntownThe stabbing happened in the shadow of the Willis Tower, but also in an area where few venture. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Woman Stabbed To Death Downtown: Update From Police Supt. David BrownPolice Supt. David Brown has an update after a woman was stabbed to death at Wacker Drive and Van Buren Street downtown.
Chicago Weather: Storms On SundayCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, June 19, 2021.
43rd Annual Puerto Rican People's Parade Marches Through Humboldt ParkHumboldt Park on Saturday welcomed Chicago’s 43rd annual Puerto Rican People’s Parade.
5 People, Including 2 Children, Rushed To Hospital From South Shore Apartment FireTwo children were among several people who were recovering Saturday afternoon after being rescued from an apartment fire in the South Shore community.
DuSable Museum Reopens On Juneteenth, Unveils New Touring 'Blank Slate Monument' SculptureThis Juneteenth Saturday fell on the day of the grand reopening of the DuSable Museum of African American History in Washington Park.
Juneteenth Brings Joyous And Hopeful Celebrations And Commemorations To ChicagoCelebrating Juneteenth has always been a Chicago tradition, but it has never been a federal holiday – until now. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
40-Year-Old Woman Dies In West Englewood House FireIt is believed the fire started in the 40-year-old victim's bedroom when she left something smoking unattended.
Indiana, Several Other States End Enhanced Federal Unemployment BenefitsHundreds of thousands of Americans are set to lose their $300 extra benefits.
Juneteenth Celebrations Happening Across ChicagoAs the first ever federally recognized Juneteenth kicks off in Chicago, there is no shortage of events to attend.
Chicago Animal Care To Give Away Free Pet Vaccines And MicrochipsAnyone interested need only bring their furry friends to the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences in Mount Greenwood, at 3857 W. 111th Street.
Good Samaritan's Car Stolen As He Helps Victims Of Three-Car CrashA good Samaritan's car was stolen while he was in the middle of helping the victims of a car crash on the city's South Side.
One Firefighter, 4 Others Injured In Bridgeport House FireFour people and a firefighter were hospitalized after a fire early Saturday morning in Bridgeport. Chicago firefighters were called to the scene near 33rd and Halsted around 4 a.m. They say most of the injuries were minor and everyone is expected to recover. It's not yet clear what caused the fire.
Security Guard Shoots Man Who Pulled Gun When Asked To Pay For Snacks At Englewood Gas StationChicago police say around midnight, a 40-year-old man went into a Clark Station and began eating things without paying.
Chicago Weather: Hot Weekend With Storms For Father's DayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammy Souza has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, June 19, 2021.
Chicago Weather: Steamy And Stormy WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, June 18, 2021.
Boards Used To Protect Businesses During Last Summer's Unrest Now Public Art At DuSable Museum Of African American HistoryWhen unrest broke out in Chicago last summer, boards went up to protect businesses as best they could. But shop owners never expected those boards would become powerful public art.
Chicago Police Officer Owns Englewood Home That Was Location Of Deadly Mass ShootingThe Englewood home where a mass shooting that left four dead and four more wounded Tuesday morning is owned by a Chicago police officer.
Community Groups Try To Drive Crime Out Of Chicago's Southwest SideMore Chicago neighborhoods are seeing upticks in crime, and many people are looking for the Chicago Police Department to take control. But some communities are stepping up to the plate to drive crime out.
Rideshare Driver Hospitalized After North Lawndale CarjackingAnother rideshare driver was attacked and carjacked in Chicago Friday night. The incident happened just before 9 p.m. near 15th and Spaulding in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. The driver was taken to Saint Anthony Hospital, but no condition was available.