From Chicago to Lombard to Shorewood to Lockport and everywhere in between, price-gouging complaints are still flowing in amid the coronavirus crisis. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
'My Block, My Hood, My City' Distributing PPE For Monday's MLK Day Of ServiceMore than 2,000 seniors will be getting personal protective equipment Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Chicago Weather: Passing Flurries Monday, Seesawing Temperatures This WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has the latest 7-day forecast.
Community Leaders Offering Free Meals Throughout Chicago, Suburbs For MLK DaySeveral groups are helping the hungry throughout the city and suburbs in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
CPS Teachers Hold March On King Day, Seek Information On COVID Cases In SchoolsThousands of Chicago teachers have already switched back to in-person learning and thousands more are supposed to ehad back next week, but their union says everything from bad ventilation to a lack of vaccines is making it unsafe.
Highland Park Rotary Club Seeking Donations For MLK Day Of ServicePPE and clothes are among the donation items needed for the Highland Park Rotary Club's Day of Service. Donations can be delivered to the Highland Park Country Club.
LinkedIn Announces Fields With Jobs On The RiseCBS 2 is Working For Chicago to give you a look at who's hiring and in what fields.
'My Block, My Hood, My City' Seeking Volunteers For Monday's MLK Day Of ServiceMore than 2,000 seniors will be getting personal protective equipment Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Off-Duty Suburban Officer Shot At In Auburn GreshamAn off-duty police officer from the suburbs was shot at during a a traffic-related dispute in Auburn Gresham.
CPS Community Marching For School Safety Monday Amid Reopening PlanMonday morning, Chicago parents, teachers and city leaders will march for more safety and equity in the re-opening plan of Chicago Public Schools.
Furloughed Airline Worker Lost $1,200 In Back Pay After 'Error' With Chime Account; 'It Freaked Me Out'It’s one of the most downloaded banking apps of 2020, but it appears Chime is starting off 2021 with a bit of a problem.
Woman Fatally Shot While Sitting In Car At Stoplight Near Humboldt ParkA woman was shot and killed, while sitting in her car at a stoplight on Chicago's West Side Sunday night.
Chicago Man Takes A Year To Grow Hair To Donate To Cancer Patients, Only To See It Lost In ShippingA viewer sent a priceless parcel that took him a year to grow – literally. It was his own hair, headed to a charity that makes wigs for cancer patients.
Flurries Linger MondayCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Light Snow Tapers To FlurriesCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.
West Side Leaders Highlight Need For More Mental Health Care In Black CommunityThe day before the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, West Side community leaders hit the streets and addressed a serious issue - the need for more mental health care in the Black community. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
This Week Marks One Year Since First U.S. Coronavirus CaseNearly 24 million infections have now been reported on the U.S. As CBS News Lilia Luciano reports, the U.S. death toll, now on the brink of 400,000, is also the world’s worst.
Limited Indoor Dining To Resume In North Central IllinoisThe Department of Public Health announced that the North Central Illinois region – which includes Kendall and LaSalle counties not far from the Chicago area – has met the metrics to move out of Tier 2, which will allow for limited indoor dining.
Tight Security In Springfield And Beyond Ahead Of Inauguration DayAhead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, security is sky-high in Washington – and in state capitals such as Springfield, where the National Guard is helping state Capitol Police. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Deadly Shooting In Belmont CentralA male victim of an unknown age was shot dead near Fullerton and Mason avenues.
Chicago Weather: Light Snow LingersCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 5:30 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.
Chicago Pastor Wants To Give His COVID-19 Vaccine Dose To A CPS TeacherA South Side Chicago pastor wants to give his COVID-19 vaccine away. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Police, National Guard On Alert In Washington, D.C.The tight security comes amid protests as President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration approaches. CBS News' Bofta Yimam reports.
Heightened Security At Illinois State Capitol Over Protest ConcernsThere was noticeable heightened security at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield on Sunday.
Fourth Person Dies Following Last Weekend's Shooting SpreeA woman who police said was held hostage and shot by Jason Nightengale at an IHOP in Evanston has died.