It was a Bears home opener like no other, with no fans at Soldier Field amid the COVID-19 pandemic. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Voting Super Site For Suburban Cook County Now Open At Union StationA voting super site opened Monday for suburban Cook County voters at Union Station in The Loop.
U.S. Postal Service Hiring For Positions At The Chicago International Military Service CenterCBS 2 is Working For Chicago and finding you new job opportunities right now.
Al's Shoe Service In Mount Prospect Expands Cross Sales To Keychains, Bracelets To Keep Business AliveAl’s Shoe Service, the family owned business in Mount Prospect, found a faithful new path to keep going after being in jeopardy of closing after 83 years in business.
Chicago Reacts To Decision At Federal Level To End Census EarlyCOVID-19, civil unrest, wildfires, and hurricanes -- all threw a wrench into U.S. Census Breau plans, but 2020 was not done yet.
Police Searching For Driver Who Crashed Into Furniture Store In StreetervilleAfter crashing, the man fled the scene and left his car behind.
Voting Super Site For Suburban Cook County To Open At Union StationWith about two weeks away from Election Day, more voting sites will open across the area.
Working For Chicago: Illinois Central School Bus Hiring Dozens Of DriversCBS 2's Tim McNicholas is Working for Chicago, with opportunities and options to help you drive through this recession.
Rain AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
Amazing Photographers Capture Images Of Some Of Earth's Rarest CreaturesCBS News' Roxana Saberi shows us the best of the International Awards for Wildlife Photography.
Fallen Soldier Henry Mayfield Jr. Honored With Honorary Street NameThere were high honors Sunday for Henry Mayfield, a beloved suburban soldier who was killed in the line of duty earlier this year.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Urges Diners To Wear Masks At RestaurantsAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, the mayor emphasized the importance of wearing masks at restaurants both to save lives and keep Chicago restaurants open.
Chicago Weather: A Few Flakes South Overnight?CBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020.
President Trump, Former Vice Vice President Biden Pound Campaign TrailThe candidates are also just days from their final debate in Nashville. CBS News' Tom Hanson reports.
New Surgery Helps Scoliosis Patients Get Back On Feet FasterCBS News' Nancy Chen followed one teen's journey and shows us how it has helped her return to her love of dance.
Chicago Archdiocese Holds Mass For Domestic Violence VictimsOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and on Sunday morning, the Archdiocese of Chicago celebrated its fifth annual mass for victims.
Help Available If You Can't Pay Utility BillsIf you're struggling to pay your utility bills during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Citizens Utility Board, or CUB, wants to remind you there is help available.
Brighton Park family Pleads For Justice For Slain TeenMichael Colon, 16, was shot and killed while walking his dog last month.
Deadline Arriving For Online Voter RegistrationIf you're planning to register to vote online, time is running out. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Arson Suspected In South Chicago FireThree adults and four children were displaced in the fire on Colfax Avenue.
5 Men Shot In East Garfield ParkThe mass shooting happened in the 200 block of North Sacramento Boulevard.
Man Dangles From Trump Tower, Threatens SuicideA SWAT team was negotiating late Sunday with the man, who was suspended from a 16th-floor landing.
Chicago Weather: Clearing And Cold Sunday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Takes Advantage Of Early VotingChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot took advantage of early voting, casting her ballot Saturday afternoon.
Chicago Archdiocese Removes Priest From St. Elizabeth Of The Trinity ParishFather Daniel McCarthy was removed from Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish in Jefferson Park.