CBS 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.
Virtual Center For Mental Health, Substance Abuse Expanding Resources In Cook CountyIn the last hour, Sheriff Tom Dart announced the Community Resource Center is expanding to the public. Previously, it was a resource for those who had just been released from jail.
Chicago Weather: Staying Cool For The Next Seven DaysCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a check on the extended forecast.
Rainbow Cone In LombardThe popular Chicago ice cream stand is now open in the western suburbs.
Top Assistant Resigns From Cook County State's Attorney's Office After Internal Investigation Of Adam Toledo CaseThe second-ranking official in Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx's office has resigned, after an internal investigation found "a breakdown of communication" led to a prosecutor mistakenly saying 13-year-old Adam Toledo was holding a gun when he was shot and killed by a police officer.
Pediatricians Discuss COVID Vaccine SafetyDoctors from Advocate Children's Hospital held a Facebook townhall to answer questions regarding children getting the COVID vaccine.
Chicago Launching Summer Concert Series For People Who Are Fully VaccinatedA monthly music concert series is coming to Chicago, and you have to be fully vaccinated to attend. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe details how you can get your shot at going to the shows.
Car Hits Fire Hydrant In Albany Park; Police Searching For DriverAccording to police, the vehicle struck the fire hydrant just before 11 p.m., causing damage and flooding in the 5000 block of North Monticello Avenue.
Quirk In Illinois State Law Voids Life Insurance Benefits For Ex-Spouses Upon DivorceA suburban woman has a warning for fellow consumers after she was booted as a beneficiary on her ex-husband's life insurance plan due to a little known state law.
Dream Of Starting Towing Company Hits Snag When $19,000 Truck Turns Out To Be A LemonLouis Garcia admitted his purchase seemed too good to be true, but he sunk more than $19,000 worth of savings into it anyway.
Monthly Concert Series Coming To Chicago For Fully Vaccinated ResidentsThe first concert event is set for Saturday May 22 in Hyde Park. To attend, you need to have gotten your final dose of a two-dose vaccine or single dose vaccine two weeks before the event.
Break-In Reported At Second Cell Phone Store In Ukrainian Village In Two DaysPolice responded to a burglar alarm in the 2300 block of West Chicago Avenue just before 2:30 a.m. Surveillance video shows a man leaving the store with two bags of merchandise.
Sunshine Returns Wednesday; Rain AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Peeks Of Sun On WednesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, May 4, 2021.
South Side Staple Rainbow Cone Set To Open In West Suburban LombardThe new Rainbow Cone location opens officially on Wednesday.
Return Of Trade Shows To McCormick Place Is Good News For Hotels, Workers, And The Chicago EconomyJobs, jobs, jobs - the return of trade shows and even the Auto Show at McCormick Place is a welcome sign for laid off workers.
Investigation Searches For Cause Of Fire At Controversial Apartment Building That Houses Sex OffendersInvestigators on Tuesday night were searching for the cause of a fire at a controversial apartment building in Englewood.
Anjanette Young Speaks At Virtual Townhall On Proposed Ordinance Aimed At Preventing Botched Police RaidsA virtual townhall meeting was held Wednesday night to discuss a proposed city ordinance aimed at preventing botched police raids – named for Anjanette Young.
Workers At South Side Illinois Motor Vehicle Facility Say COVID-19 Is Rampant And They're Not SafeDozens of workers at a local Illinois Secretary of State’s Motor Vehicle facility say the state is putting them in danger – daily. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Police: Man Trying To Sell Car Is Shot And Carjacked In MattesonSeller beware – a south suburban man trying to sell his car to someone he found online ended up getting carjacked and shot.
Man Accused Of Performing Illegal CT Scan On Patient; Authorities Say He Was Not Certified Or TrainedA Deerfield man is accused of botching a CT scan on a patient who later got sick. It turned out the man who conducted the scan was not certified or trained. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
ATF Joins Investigation Into Rash Of Suspicious Fires In GaryFederal officials are now investigating a suspicious rash of fires in Gary, Indiana.
Chicago Public Schools Working On Plan To Vaccinate StudentsChicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Dr. Janice Jackson will soon step down as head of the nation’s third largest school district – amid a pandemic and a citywide vaccination effort. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports on the plan under way to get students vaccinated.
School Custodian Accused Of Hiding Bathroom Cameras Has Been On The Run For Well Over A YearSchool custodian David Garcia-Espinal has been on the run for well over a year – accused of secretly recording students and teachers in the bathrooms at a north suburban middle school. CBS 2’s Tara Molina has an update Tuesday on the manhunt.