The Prom-a-thon will be hosted by former First Lady Michelle Obama and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is one of the honorary chaperones.
Vigil For Healing After Waukegan Police Shooting That Killed Marcellis StinnetteNew details were emerging Sunday night about two people who were shot by police earlier this week in Waukegan. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Chicago Weather: Wintry Weather Coming OvernightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has a RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020.
Bears vs. L.A. Rams: Three Things To WatchThe Bears travel to Los Angeles to face the Rams on Monday Night Football. The teams are facing off for the third straight season, maybe one of them will get to 20 points this time. Here are three things to watch from CBS 2's Matt Zahn.
'Second Surge' Hits Chicago; Positivity Rate Highest Since JunePublic health officials Saturday reported 6,161 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, the most ever reported in one day in Illinois, as the state's positivity rate continues to climb to levels not seen in more than four months.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski Now Says She Will Vote 'Yes' To Confirm Amy Coney BarrettChicago Judge Amy Coney Barrett is picking up another senator's vote to confirm her to the Supreme Court.
Protesters Say Firing Of Waukegan Police Officer Who Shot And Killed 19-Year-Old Marcellis Stinnette Is Not EnoughA vigil will be held Saturday for Marcellis Stinnette, the 19-year-old shot and killed by a Waukegan police officer.
Chicago Weather: Rain And Some Snow Begin A Cold WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020.
Former CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson Turns Himself In After Domestic Incident At His Home, Sources SayFormer Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson turned himself in Saturday afternoon, hours after officers were called to his home in Bridgeport for a domestic incident, according to sources. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
RealTime Weather: October Chill In The Air; First Snow Possible Sunday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest 7-day forecast.
Activists Create Mural To Honor Black Women Killed By PoliceVolunteers are using art to pay tribute to notable figures in Black history.
Another COVID-19 Record For Illinois; One Victim Says Second Surge 'Scares The Hell Out Of Me'Public health officials Saturday reported 6,161 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, the most ever reported in one day in Illinois, as the state's positivity rate continues to climb to levels not seen in more than four months. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Street Named For Janari Ricks, 9-Year-Old Shot And Killed Outside Cabrini RowhousesA posthumous honor for a boy killed in the Cabrini Green neighborhood this summer. Today a street was named for 9-year-old Janari Ricks, who was shot and killed back in August.
Two CPD Officers Injured When Gunshot Victim Strikes Squad Car While Fleeing ShootingTwo Chicago police officers were injured when a gunshot victim crashed into their squad car while fleeing a shooting in the West Garfield Park neighborhood Saturday morning.
3-Year-Old Girl Shot In The Wrist On South SideA 3-year-old girl was shot in the wrist Saturday afternoon at a home on the South Side.
RealTime Weather: Coldest Air Of Season So FarCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest 7-day forecast.
Some Suburban Restaurants Defying Governor's Extra COVID-19 RestrictionsAt this moment, many suburban bars and restaurants are defying Gov. JB Pritzker's tighter COVID-19 restrictions, but who's enforcing the rule of no indoor dining, and is facing potential punishment worth it? CBS 2's Steven Graves is looking at the legal side of the issue.
Illinois Sets Another Record With 6,161 New Cases Of COVID-19Coronavirus cases in Illinois are still surging, with a record 6,161 new cases reported by public health officials on Saturday. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
'The Batman' Films In Chicago Loop For Second Weekend In A RowFilming for "The Batman continues in Chicago this weekend. Overnight Friday film crews were spotted on LaSalle Street filming a car sequence with a drone.
Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure Goes VirtualSaturday more than 750 breast cancer survivors, thrivers and supporters will take part in a virtual run as part of this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. People will be taking part through the Susan G. Komen app. The group says more than $93,000 has already been raised this year. The opening ceremony was held online at 8 a.m. Saturday.
Ed's Driveway: Alfa Romeo GiuliaThe Alfa Romeo Giulia is an entry level luxury sport sedan that is simply done right
Bert Kreischer Performs Two Outdoor Stand-Up Shows In Hoffman EstatesThe coronavirus and some chilly weather didn't stop fans of comedian Bert Kreischer from enjoying his act Friday night. It also didn't stop him from going shirtless, apparently.
COVID-19 Community Testing Event In West Humboldt Park Offers Tests Regardless Of Ability To PayNear North Health Service is holding the event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1520 North Kostner Avenue.
Chicago Weather: Chilly Autumn Temperatures AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020.