It is not clear who fired the rockets, but the incident comes just hours after Iran seemed to be standing down on future attacks. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has all the latest developments.
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Creating Equity In Illinois' Cannabis IndustryState lawmakers have introduced new legislation to increase racial equity in the cannabis industry.
Federal Plan Is Supposed To Keep Unemployment Benefits Going, But Many Say They're Being Held Up In IllinoisMore than one year into the coronavirus pandemic, a very real struggle persists for many people in Illinois as the job crisis continues to grow. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
CPD Superintendent Reflects On His First Year On The JobCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown admitted his department has work to do when it comes to gaining community trust.
Sources: Police Involved In Shooting On Eisenhower After Chasing Suspect In Murder Of 7-Year-Old GirlSources said police shot and wounded someone on the Eisenhower Expressway in the western suburbs late Thursday, and they had been pursuing a person of interest in the shooting that killed 7-year-old Jaslyn Adams this past weekend. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Pilot Program To Cut Down On Long Lines At Secretary Of State Offices Causing New FrustrationsIllinois Secretary of State offices have been experiencing problems for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and now a pilot program to cut down on long lines may be creating frustrations.
Walk-In COVID Shot Sites Now OpenMass vaccination sites in Matteson and Tinley Park are now accepting walk-ins through Saturday. Just bring a photo ID.
Chicago Weather: Expect Some Late Showers FridayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the forecast.
South Side Funeral Home Becomes Temporary COVID-19 Vaccination SiteSome people getting the COVID-19 vaccine are getting their shots at a funeral home of all places.
David Brown On His First YearCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports the Chicago Police Superintendent was candid in his analysis of his first year on the job and what he thinks still has to be done.
Suspect In Custody For Road Rage Shooting On Lake Shore DrivePolice said Deandre Binion is charged with three counts of attempted murder and one count of aggravated battery. He shot 21-month-old Kayden Swann in the incident.
Inbound Eisenhower Expressway Closed For Police Activity In BellwoodOne person was seen being placed in an ambulance at the scene. Details are developing.
All City-Run Mass Vaccination Sites In Chicago To Open For Walk-Ins Starting Friday As Supply Catches Up To DemandWith Chicago's supply of COVID-19 vaccines exceeding demand for the first time during the pandemic, all city-operated vaccination sites will open to walk-ins starting on Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Warming Trend ContinuesCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a check on the extended forecast.
City Officially Seeks Bidders For Chicago CasinoA Chicago casino is still a few years away from reality, but Mayor Lori Lightfoot is taking the next big step toward building the city's first major gambling operation, asking bidders to submit formal proposals for the project.
Cook County Offers Walk-In Vaccines In Tinley Park, MattesonIf you've been trying and failing to get an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine, Cook County Health is now accepting walk-ins at its Tinley Park and Matteson mass vaccination sites. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe tells you what you need to know.
Toddler Dies After Dad Accidentally Backs Over Him On Driveway In Unincorporated BarringtonA toddler was killed Tuesday evening, when he ran into the driveway as his father was backing his truck out and accidentally ran over the boy in unincorporated Barrington.
Wrong Vaccine Accidentally Administered At Mariano's In AuroraA Mariano's in west suburban Aurora is apologizing to customers who were mistakenly given the wrong COVID-19 vaccine at the store's pharmacy.
Investigation Underway After 'Disturbance' On Blue Line Train At Oak Park StationCTA officials confirmed there was a"disturbance aboard a railcar at the Blue Line Oak Park station" at 2:15 a.m.
At Start Of Pandemic, Reusable Bags Were Banned From Illinois Stores; A Year Later, What's The Deal?First, health experts said to wipe down your purchases and bags. Next, reusable bags were banned. Then environmentally-friendly totes became okay, but some store associates weren't allowed to touch them, leaving those shoppers to bag their own groceries.
9 Rogers Park Businesses Giving Out Free Seed Packets For Earth DayIf you want to celebrate Earth Day Thursday with a garden of your own, nine businesses in Rogers Park will be giving out free seed packets.
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Coming To Old Town ThursdayA vaccination clinic is coming to Old Town Thursday.
Police Investigating 2 Fatal Shooting Incidents In West Pullman Less Than A Mile ApartChicago police are investigating two fatal shooting incidents that took place about a mile from each other in the West Pullman neighborhood.