Smoke filled the lobby after the fire broke out at a Starbucks Coffee.
Cubs' Kimbrel Adjusting To New Normal; No Fans May Equal Less AdrenalineThe Chicago Cubs are still plowing forward without a reported positive coronavirus test among their players.
Woman, 23, Returns Home After 54 Days In Hospitals With COVID-19At only 23 years old, Yuli Diaz said she is living proof that the virus does not care about your age or background. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross shares Diaz’s warning to others.
Nashville SC Withdrawn From MLS Tournament; Chicago Fire Change GroupsThe Chicago Fire FC have been moved to a new group in Orlando after Nashville was removed from the MLS Is Back Tournament following nine positive coronavirus tests among their players.
Rescuers Search For Person In Water Off Marquette Park Beach In GaryRescuers were searching for a person in the water early Thursday evening at Marquette Park Beach in Gary, Indiana.
Man Shot In Roseland Crashes Car On Dan Ryan, Runs To Nearby CTA StopThe victim from an earlier shooting in Roseland crashed at a nearby ramp on the Dan Ryan Expressway, and stumbled into the 79th Street Red Line station.
Big Ten Fall Sports Move To Conference Only Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe Big Ten conference announced Thursday that all fall sports, including football, will be conference only for fall sports.
Microsoft, LinkedIn Launch Job Training Initiative To Help People Acquire Skills During PandemicMicrosoft has launched a new program to help people get back to work.
Trying Different Tactics To Get Unemployment BenefitsCBS 2's Chris Tye reports some are trying new tactics to get through to the IDES phone system, but a new service is short circuiting those attempts and people are still not getting paid.
Organizers Kick Off Summer Youth Program In EnglewoodA summer youth program in Englewood is getting a little creative carrying on in the middle of a pandemic.
Mask Mayhem At Mettawa CostcoCBS 2's Steven Graves reports a woman was arrested after allegedly spitting on someone and saying she had COVID-19.
Man Shot Near 99th And MichiganCPD officers are investing the shooting near the Red Line platform.
Lightfoot Proposes Health And Safety Ratings For Restaurants In Wake Of COVID-19Now the Chicago mayor's office is proposing all businesses in Chicago get a health and safety rating you could check first in the wake of the coronavirus.
Chicago Weather: Chance For A StormCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
New IDES BossKristin Richards replaces Thomas Chan at the beleaguered state agency.
Chicagoans Flock To Evanston BeachesCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on the COVID-19 restrictions are in place for beach goers in Evanston.
Shooting Investigation Disrupts CTA Service On Red Line At 79th StreetRed Line trains are not stopping at 79th Street, as police investigate a shooting that ended in a crash nearby on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
LIVE: CPD Update On Man In CustodyChicago Police Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan announces charges for a man accused of shooting three people, killing one, during civil unrest on the West Side on Sunday, May 31.
Ex-South Bend Mayor, Former Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg Has New Book Set For OctoberPete Buttigieg's next book has a unifying message. Liveright Publishing announced that the former Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana, mayor had written “Trust: America’s Best Chance,” scheduled for release October 6. Katie Johnston reports.
3 In Custody After Man's Car Shot Up In South LoopPolice arrested three men Thursday morning, after a man's car was shot up while he was parking in the South Loop.
Indiana on Track To Resume Classes In Some Schools At End Of JulyDespite increasing rates of coronavirus infections in Indiana, the state seems to be staying on track to reopen schools in just a few short weeks.
Illinois Unemployment NumbersClose to 39,000 new claims were filed last week in Illinois.
Northwestern Performs Double Lung Transplant On Second COVID PatientThe procedure took place over the July 4th weekend.
Chicago Weather: Very Hot But Showers Will Cool Things DownCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has a look at the forecast.
COVID-19 Recovery Task Force Outlines Plan For Chicago To Bounce Back From PandemicFrom stepping up investment on the South and West sides and improving access to mental health resources to expanding the city’s transportation and logistics sector and luring more corporate development, the mayor’s COVID-19 Recovery Task Force has issued a sweeping report for how Chicago can bounce back from the pandemic.