CBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Showers Taper Off, Chilly & Bright This WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the latest forecast.
No Cameras Will Be Allowed In Courtroom For Jussie Smollett's TrialWhen actor Jussie Smollett goes on trial on disorderly conduct charges next month, cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom.
The Sky's The Limit, On And Off The Court, And These Girls Have Got NextAs the Chicago Sky sailed to victory in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals on Friday, providing even more inspiration for girls across the city who can see themselves in the team and its players.
Fundraiser For Chicago Firefighter Wounded In West Pullman ShootingFirefighters made a big push Friday night to raise money for a colleague who was critically wounded in a mass shooting last month.
16-Year-Old Girl Killed In Overnight Drive-By Shooting In LawndaleA 16-year-old girl was shot and killed in Lawndale Thursday night.
Judge Prohibits Police Union Boss From Discouraging Officers From Complying With Vaccine MandateAmid the ongoing standoff between City Hall and the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police over the city's vaccine mandate, a Cook County judge on Friday issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting union president John Catanzara from encouraging police officers to refuse to comply with the city's policy.
Chicago Police Search For Two Suspects In Shooting Of A Brazilian Man In AvondaleChicago police are searching for two suspects who shot a Brazilian man in an attempted carjacking last month in Avondale.
Former Nonprofit Executive Director Sentenced To More Than 3 Years For Misuse Of FundsA suburban man has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for ripping off a charity that helps children with disabilities.
Illinois Doctors Offer Advice For Halloween SafetyNew advice today from Illinois Health officials as we prepare for Halloween celebrations during the pandemic.
Chicago Weather: Showers Tonight, Sunny Days For The WeekendScattered showers through this evening with weekend clearing.
Chicago Father Fighting To Save The Future Through MentorshipOne Chicago father is doing more than just worrying about violence targeting kids. he's doing something about it. and he has a message for other dads.
Drivers Scammed After Paying For Parking In Uptown, And Getting Cars Towed AwayWe saw it happen time and time again; car after car being towed from a parking lot near the Aragon Ballroom, even though the drivers had paid for parking. CBS 2’s Meredith Barack is investigating what happened.
Man Shot During Robbery In Wicker Park NeighborhoodA man was shot during a robbery Friday afternoon in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
Brazilian Man Hospitalized After Attempted Carjacking in AvondaleChicago police are searching for two men who shot a man in an attempted robbery last month in Avondale.
City Of Chicago Goes To Court Against Police Union Over Vaccine PolicyThe standoff between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police over the city's vaccine mandate is now in the hands of the courts, after both sides filed lawsuits against each other on Friday. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
CBS 2's Got Your Ticket: The Bard & The BeatlesThe Bard and the Beatles can work it out. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole listens in as these Brits come together at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Bears vs. Packers: Three Things To WatchThe Bears could be in first place by the end of the week. All they have to do is knock off Aaron Rodgers and the Packers Sunday. Let's get you ready.
'Pay It Forward Chicago' Campaign Taking Donations To Encourage VaccinationsMayor Lori Lightfoot and Dr. Alison Arwady announced, payitforwardchicago.com. The initiative raises money to buy VISA gift cards, so community health clinics can give them out to encourage people to get a COVID vaccine.
City Files Complaint Against FOP Over Vaccine Mandate DisputeFriday marks the deadline for Mayor Lori Lightfoot has set for all city workers to report their vaccination status to the city, despite warnings from the city’s police union that half of the force is willing to defy the deadline and risk going unpaid.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Harold Washington College President Daniel Lopez Overcame Great Odds To Reach That RoleToday, on the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, we share the story of a man who overcame countless obstacles to become president of Harold Washington College.
Tinley Park Police Looking For Two Possible Murder suspectsSeveral law enforcement agencies are looking for murder suspects tied to a shooting in Posen and a double homicide in Hammond, Indiana.
Chicago's Only Yarn Store On The Far South Side Gives Opportunity For Connection And CraftsMiss Purl, on 95th Street, is the only independently owned place to buy yarn on Chicago's Far South Side.
Drivers Suspect Scam After Cars Towed From Lot During ConcertThe drivers told CBS 2 people were out taking money for the parking lot, near Lawrence and Broadway avenues. One driver said the people taking money were wearing yellow vests.
Manhunt Underway In Tinley Park For Suspects Tied To Shooting, Double HomicideSeveral law enforcement agencies are looking for murder suspects tied to a shooting in Posen and a double homicide in Hammond, Indiana.