The CBS 2 Morning Insiders first told you about the tension last month with the ritzy Francis W. Parker private school buying up units in a nearby condo building.
Metro Concert Venue To Require Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination For EntryThe esteemed concert venue the Metro announced Tuesday that it will require all patrons to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for entry. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
45 Evictions Filed In Chicago Since End Of Eviction MoratoriumNew details have been released on the total number of evictions already filed as the moratorium is lifted in Illinois
Man, 58, Rushed To Hospital After Fire In Woodlawn BuildingA 58-year-old man was rushed to the hospital Tuesday night after a fire tore through a home in Woodlawn.
Man, 81, Shot In Back In Hermosa NeighborhoodAn 81-year-old man was shot and wounded Tuesday evening in the Hermosa neighborhood.
Englewood Neighbors Mingle With Police At 'National Night Out' Event In Moran ParkNational Night Out is a time for police and the community to connect – but the task is easier said than done. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
'A Remarkable Human Being'Bill Pinkney was the first African-American to sail around the world alone. That's the kind of feat that gets you an honorary street name in your hometown. That's exactly what Pinkney got. But his street sign is missing. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Woman Says She Lost More Than $2,000 In Niles House Rental ScamA warning has been issued in Niles, where a woman is out thousands of dollars and a place to live. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Looking at Indiana's COVID-19 NumbersCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on what one northwest Indiana business is doing to keep his customers safe from COVID.
Bears Training Camp: Fans Return To Soldier Field For Family FestIn a phenomenon not seen in more than a year, Bears fans were back at Soldier Field on Tuesday. CBS 2's Marshall Harris reports.
FBI Investigating Fake Vaccine Card Scheme In ChicagoWith more places requiring vaccine proof, people are making fake vaccine cards. The FBI confirms to CBS 2 that it is investigating a fake vaccine card racket in the Chicago area with someone creating and selling the bogus cards.
Is Chicago Next?New York became the first major city in the U.S. to require proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for anyone who wants to dine indoors, see a performance or go to the gym. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey wonders if Chicago follow suit.
Chicago Weather: Heat And Humidity Continues To BuildCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the forecast.
Why Some Indiana Businesses Want Customers To Mask UpCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on why some northwest Indiana businesses are asking patrons to mask up while inside.
Chicago Launches Hire Chicago Website To Connect Job Seekers With Employment OpportunitiesCBS 2 is Working for Chicago, helping you get back to work after a tough pandemic year. The City of Chicago now has a new website to put you with a career. It's called HireChicago2021.org and offers jobs in manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, IT and more. It can connect job seekers with interviews and training programs as well.
More States Added To Chicago Travel AdvisoryDr. Allison Arwady, head of the Chicago Department of Public Health added five more states to the city's travel advisory.
RSV Infections Taking Off In Young Children With Easing Of Pandemic RestrictionsHospitals are seeing a doubling of kids with respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Bodycam Video Shows First Minutes Of Emergency Response In Florida Condo CollapseNewly-released body cam video shows the first minutes as police responded to the condo tower collapse in Surfside, Florida.
Bodycam Video Shows Deadly Shooting By Police In West Garfield Park Last MonthPolice have said Klevontaye White pointed a gun at officers, who opened fire on him while they were serving an arrest warrant.
Boeing, NASA To Launch StarlinerFor Tuesday's launch, Boeing has to prove its Starliner can fly safely to and from the International Space Station before astronauts are cleared for future trips.
Free Thursdays At The Shedd In AugustAll you need is a valid ID from the state. To let as many people as possible take-in the aquatic experience, the Shedd is extending its hours on those days from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Chicago Weather: Warmer Days AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a check on the forecast.
CPD Issues Community Alert About Armed Robberies In Hyde ParkPolice are warning residents in Hyde Park about a recent string of armed robberies.
Aurora Hosting 22 National Night Out Events To Bring Together Residents And Police OfficersNational Night Out kicks off today. It's an event that brings plenty of police officers into the communities they serve. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe spoke with one suburban police chief about how the event helps officers thrive.
Naperville Requiring Masks Inside All City BuildingsVaccinated participants in board and commission meetings, as well as those who are using the city’s public meeting rooms, can remove their face coverings once seated. Social distancing will also be required.