The State of Illinois is planning a $154,000 bike path alongside a road construction project in the south suburbs – and the state is threatening to take over some private land to do it.
Anything Is Pawzible: Local Business Moves Dog Training OnlineLots of businesses have gone virtual, but this one is a bit more unusual.
Crash Involving Wrong-Way Driver On Lake Shore Drive Near LawrenceA driver was heading southbound in the northbound on Lake Shore Drive and crashed into another driver.
Gas Prices Drop Under $2 A Gallon In The Chicago AreaIn Barrington, gas prices were under $1.99 and other areas have reported even lower prices.
Pet Owners Encouraged To Create Pet Emergency PlanIt's time to get an emergency plan in place for your pets.
Keshet Helping People With Special Needs Adjust To Life During PandemicOne local organization has found a solution. Keshet, local non profit serving people with special needs, has taken its programming online.
Crews Responding To Maywood House FireA fire broke out a house in Maywood Wednesday morning.
Rush Surgeon Steps Up For Cancer Patient Undergoing Scan Alone Due To Social Distancing RulesEven though doctors are swamped fighting coronavirus, they're still going above and beyond to make sure every patient is taken care of.
With Holy Days On The Horizon For Christians, Jews, And Muslims, COVID-19 Pandemic Forces Shifts In WorshipCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us how COVID-19 is changing the holy holidays.
Cooler Days, Rain AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Gas Station Adds Online Order Option On Grub Hub To Boost Revenue, Keep EmployeesWith major job losses, local businesses are innovating to stay alive and keep people employed. Specifically, a gas station on Grub Hub.
Severe Thunderstorm, Hail Leaves Behind Damage In EvanstonSevere thunderstorms swept through the Chicago area Tuesday night. Some homeowners are facing repairs and big clean-ups this morning.
Quarantine Karaoke: Oak Park Neighbors Tweak Popular Song Lyrics To Have Fun While Staying Home For COVID-19CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory shares their musical medicine.
Big Cool-Down As Storms Move OutCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
Fit Code Gym Launches Online Challenge To Benefit Struggling BusinessesCBS 2’s Jermont Terry on Tuesday showed us how a local fitness chain is helping small business with every bead of sweat dropped.
Man Shoved In Front Of Train, Killed In Front Of Red LineThree assailants attacked the man at the Jackson stop downtown.
4 Shot In Auburn GreshamOne man was killed and a small child was also wounded in the shooting at 86th Street and Damen Avenue.
Woman Says Social Distancing Is Not Happening At Local StoreComplaints have arisen about stores that are open for essential services, but are not enforcing social distancing and safety recommendations. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
100 Ventilators From California Arrive In IllinoisCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has sent 100 ventilators to Illinois.
State Makes Multimillion-Dollar Deal For PPE In McDonald's Parking LotCBS 2’s Charlie De Mar walks us through a $3.5 million deal for personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 crisis, which played out in a fast food parking lot.
Singer-Songwriter John Prine Dies Of CoronavirusPrine is a native of Maywood. He was 73.
Chicago Firefighter Dies Of COVID-19Firefighter Mario Araujo was a veteran of Truck 25. He was 49 years old.
Q&A: Shuttered MetroSouth Hospital Transformed For COVID-19 PandemicCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini talks with Irika Sargent about the transformation of the hospital in Blue Island.
Jews In Chicago Plan Virtual Seders Amid Coronavirus PandemicJews all over the world are preparing for Passover starting Wednesday night. It's a holiday marked by gathering close with friends and family at the dining room table. This year many people are still coming together -- with technology.
Reopening A Closed Hospital For COVID-19 PatientsCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini gets an exclusive look into a Blue Island hospital that was once closed but now reopened and re-purposed for COVID-19 positive patients.