The car driving at a high speed but was unable to make a turn and hit the curb and a telephone pole before crashing into the building.
Teacher, Friend On Trial In School WhippingJomaury Champ said he was beaten with a belt in an empty bathroom at the George W. Tilton Elementary School. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Pit Bull Recovering After Found Barely Alive In The TrashCBS 2's Steven Graves reports animal care workers are helping Vinny the pit bull recover after he was found in the cold, in doubled-bagged trash bags in Willow Springs.
Suspect Arrested In Shooting That Killed Man In CTA TunnelA U.S. Marshal had to use a Taser on the suspect when he was apprehended in Oak Park.
Hearing On Future Of Chicago Vocational Charter School Abruptly CanceledSome parents, students, and staff were out for a rally to save the school, but then the state abruptly pulled the plug on a hearing on that subject. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Casey Urlacher, Brother Of Bears Icon, Charged In Illegal Gambling OperationCasey Urlacher, who also is the mayor of north suburban Mettawa, is one of 10 people who have been charged.
Chicago Weather: Weekend Warm Up On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Computer Businesses Affected By Coronavirus ConcernsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports shipping computer parts from China has been slowed down and in some places halted because of restrictions stemming from the coronavirus.
Thieves Target Retailers On Mag MileThe incidents are raising some serious questions about what more should be done to stop crimes like these. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Concerns Over Cat DeathsCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports volunteer drivers for Chicago Animal Care and Control are concerned about a number of cat deaths at the facility.
5 Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Confirmed In Vernon HillsFive cases and at least one death have been confirmed at a suburban senior living center.
One More Cold Night AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has an afternoon weather update for Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020.
2-Year Lobbying Effort Pays Off For BlagojevichWhen Patti Blagojevich made repeated public pleas for her husband's release from federal prison, there was no mistaking her intended audience: President Donald Trump. Curtis Silva reports.
Former Inmate Stanley Wrice Sues Chicago Claiming Detectives Tortured Him Into ConfessingStanley Wrice is suing the City of Chicago, claiming he was tortured into confessing by corrupt detectives.
Chicago Weather: The Warm Up Begins ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has a look at the extended forecast.
Barbie Introduces Line Of Inspiring Women DollsThere's legendary jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, tennis champion Billie Jean King and nurse Florence Nightingale.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Launches Poverty SummitVowing to end poverty in Chicago in a generation, Mayor Lori Lightfoot is hosting a summit of policy experts, business leaders, labor union officials, non-profit groups, and others to discuss steps they can take to tackle the problem.
Bitter Cold, Warmup On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Red Cross Helps 37 People Who Need Shelter After Waukegan Apartment FireAn apartment fire in north suburban Waukegan left 37 people out in the cold.
Popular Deck At Palmisano Park Prone To Flooding A massive park in Bridgeport built about 10 years ago has been a neighborhood favorite. So why is a popular deck the park unusable for days at a time, multiple times a year?
Warmer Weather Brings Surge In Cat PopulationChicago’s mild winter is having an impact on local cats.
Bitter Cold Temperatures, Warmup AheadA warmup is on the way, right after Thursday's bitter cold temperatures.
CTA Bus Strikes Fence, 5 Police VehiclesA CTA bus struck a fence and five police cars early Thursday morning.
Man Robbed Of Canada Goose Jacket At Gunpoint In The LoopAnother Canada Goose coats was stolen right off the person wearing it.
Former Inmate Stanley Wrice Sues Chicago Claiming Detectives Tortured Him Into ConfessingA man imprisoned for over 30 years is fighting for closure.