Chester Weger, who has already denied any involvement in the 1960 murders, is set to be released from prison next week.
Breaking The Code Of Silence: Community Members Help Bring Man Into Custody In Shooting Of 10-Year-OldPolice have made an arrest in the shooting death of 10-year-old Lena Nunez, who was visiting her grandmother in Logan Square in late June when shew as shot in the head while watching television.
Parents Worry How E-Learning Will Work For Diverse LearnersE-learning is a challenge for everyone, but what about kids who already needed special education?
New Book And Documentary Highlight 'A Beautiful Thing'CBS 2's Jim Williams talks to the members of the country's first all-Black rowing team. Their story is now featured in a new book and documentary.
Chicago Public Schools Students Won't Be Back In Classrooms This FallMayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Janice Jackson announced the decision Wednesday amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports on how a school year starting with remote learning will look.
Chicago Police Put On Notice About Wrong RaidsFor years, the CBS 2 Investigators have been exposing wrong raids by Chicago Police. Now, police are being warned to end the practice or go back to federal court. As CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports, the warning comes too late for another wrongly-raided family.
CPS CEO: Doubtful Sports Will Take Place This FallCPS CEO Janice Jackson said because classes will be held online this fall because of COVID-19, it's doubtful sporting programs will take place.
State And Federal Agencies Team Up To Fight Unemployment Benefits FraudGovernor JB Pritzker said there are things to look for to see if you've been targeted for a scam involving IDES.
Police Looking For Two Men In Connection With Shooting Of 3-Year-Old Last MonthChicago police are searching for two men tied to the shooting of a 3-year-old girl in the South Shore neighborhood in July.
Chicago Weather: Looking Good Through The WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Search For Gunmen In Oak Street ShootingCPD continues to investigate the shooting on Chicago's Oak Street that left a rapper dead and several others injured.
Man Shot, Critically Wounded, Near South Loop StaplesA man was shot and wounded Wednesday afternoon outside a Staples store on Clinton Street near Roosevelt Road.
Parents Mull Options For CPS Remote Learning In The FallCBS 2's Steven Graves reports some parents are satisfied with the decision for students to learn online this fall.
CPS Going All Remote To Start 2020-2021 School YearMayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Janice Jackson made the announcement on Wednesday amid rising COVID-19 cases in Chicago. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports on what the school year will look like.
Kanye West Files In Wisconsin To Run For PresidentRapper Kanye West filed signatures in Wisconsin Tuesday to run for president as an independent candidate in November. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Police Make Arrest In Death Of 10-Year-Old Lena NunezChicago Police Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan announces murder charges against the accused getaway driver in the shooting death of 10-year-old Lena Nunez on June 27.
CPD Officer Shot In Lawndale; Suspect In CustodyA Chicago police officer was shot in the Lawndale neighborhood early Wednesday morning.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Skies For The Rest Of The DayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a look at the forecast.
CPS To Start New School Year With Remote Learning Only Amid Rise In COVID-19 CasesFacing a slow but steady rise in new COVID-19 cases in Chicago, and the possibility of a strike vote by the Chicago Teachers Union next week, Chicago Public Schools officials ditched plans to have some students in classrooms to start the school year, and announced a fully remote learning plan for the fall. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
CPD Officer Shot In The LegThe incident happened early Wednesday morning.
Chicago Public Schools To Start New School Year With All Remote LearningFacing a slow but steady rise in new COVID-19 cases in Chicago, and the possibility of a strike vote by the Chicago Teachers Union next week, Chicago Public Schools officials ditched plans to have some students in classrooms to start the school year, and announced a fully remote learning plan for the fall.
CPD Officer Shot In Lawndale; Suspect In Custody Is Felony Gun OffenderChicago police officer was shot in the Lawndale neighborhood early Wednesday morning.
'The Love Fridge' Helping People Find, Donate Food"The Love Fridge" is bringing food to those in need, in a creative way.
High School Seniors Struggle With Registration Problems Trying To Sign Up For ACT ExamsCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains the latest drama with the ACT.
Warming Trend BeginsCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.