CBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, June 6, 2021.
Brookfield Zoo Hopping With 3 Wallaby Joeys Born Last YearThings are hopping at the Brookfield Zoo for three new additions born there last year.
Masks Now Required At Art Institute Of ChicagoThe Art Institute of Chicago is now requiring all visitors to wear a mask the whole time they’re visiting, even if they are vaccinated.
Chicago Weather: Slight Chance Of Storms Saturday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, July 31, 2021.
Members Of Congress Protest As Federal Eviction Ban Is Set To ExpireMillions of people behind on rent because of the pandemic may soon be evicted as a federal ban expires, and members of Congress are demanding action that likely won’t happen. CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports.
3 People Hospitalized After Ammonia Leak At Wheeling FactorySeveral people were taken to the hospital Saturday after a hazardous gas leak at a factory in Wheeling.
Crash In Humboldt Park Sends 4 People To Hospital; 2 Seriously HurtFour people were taken to the hospital Saturday afternoon when a car crashed into a building in the Humboldt Park neighborhood.
At Least 4 People Injured In Crash On Edens ExpresswayA terrifying crash on the Edens Expressway tied up traffic for hours Saturday.
Rising Concerns About COVID As Sun Sets On LollapaloozaA mask mandate for indoor spaces was in effect Saturday at Lollapalooza amid rising COVID cases brought on by the dangerous Delta variant. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Bears Training Camp: Marquise Goodwin Puts His Olympic Track-Level Speed Into ActionThe Bears seem to have a lot of speed at the wide receiver position with second-year man Darnell Mooney, along with free agent signings Damiere Byrd and Marquise Goodwin.
Ribbon-Cutting Held For Newly-Renovated Sand Ridge Nature Center In South HollandCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle was among those cutting the ribbon Saturday morning on a newly-renovated nature center in the south suburbs.
Robbins Native Catherine Stovall Celebrates 102nd BirthdayRobbins native Catherine Stovall was joined by family and friends to celebrate her 102nd birthday on Saturday.
Chicago Weather: Dry And Feeling Like SummerCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, July 31, 2021.
St. Sabina Parishioners Take Part In Annual Day Of ServiceHundreds of parishioners from St. Sabina Parish in Auburn Gresham fanned out around the city Saturday on a mission to help.
Medical Centers Host Free Summer Health Screening Event In Austin CommunityTwo Chicago medical centers have joined forces for free health screenings for people who live in the Austin neighborhood.
On Third Day Of Lollapalooza, Concertgoers Advised To Bring MasksSaturday was the third day for the Lollapalooza festival in Grant Park, and this time, a recommendation to bring a mask came alongside the music. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
COVID-19 Testing Returns Alongside Vaccination At 2 New Chicago Area SitesTwo sites that offer free COVID testing and vaccinations opened in the Chicago area on Saturday – in yet another symptom of the Delta variant. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
O'Hare International Airport Opens Display Honoring Aviation Achievements Of Bessie ColemanChicago is honoring the achievements of one historic woman whose dreams took flight more than 100 years ago.
Two Surviving Piping Plover Chicks Named By Chicago Bird LoversThe newest additions to a popular bird family now have names. Piping Plovers Monty and Rose had chicks earlier this month, and during a ceremony Friday afternoon bird lovers named them Imani and Siewka. Imani means faith in Swahili. The name reflects tfaith the birds will no longer be endangered. Siweka is Polish for plover and a nod to Chicago's large Polish community.
Ed's Driveway: Ford BroncoThe Ford Bronco is a legendary name, and now the brand new Bronco has arrived.
Aurora Holds 'Back The Vax' Music Festival To Encourage COVID-19 VaccinationSuburban Aurora is hoping to get young people vaccinated by throwing them a concert Saturday. The Back the Vax Music Festival is coming to Water Street Mall at Aurora's City Hall from 1 p.m. until 10 p.m. The downtown concert will feature music from a number of live minority artists who will be joined by healthcare workers giving out free doses of the coronavirus vaccine to anyone who wants one. Admission is free.
3 People Shot In North AustinThree people are in critical condition after they were shot in Chicago's North Austin neighborhood early Saturday morning.
Art Institute Of Chicago Now Requiring Masks For All VisitorsStarting Saturday the Art Institute of Chicago will require all museum visitors to wear a mask -- vaccinated or unvaccinated. The Institute is encouraging physical distancing and using virtual lines. For special exhibitions, the museum has implemented a virtual line system, which requires guests to scan a QR code and wait in a qeue ahead of entry.
Chicago Department Of Public Health Recommends Masks Inside Public Places AgainThe Chicago Department of Public Health and surrounding counties are recommending anyone over the age of two wear a mask inside public places because of the new Delta variant of COVID-19.
Lollapalooza Now Requiring Masks In Tents And Indoors For All AttendeesThe concern is not just in Chicago, but for all of these music lovers bringing COVID-19 back to their hometowns, where in many cases the vaccination rates are much lower.