CBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021.
Mobile City Hall Bringing City Services To Little Village TuesdayYou can ask questions and buy dog licenses, parking permits, city stickers and apply for CityKey.
Mostly Sunny DayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Desperate To Find More Staff, Some Fast Food Restaurants Recruiting CustomersWould you like fries with that? Or how about a job? A fast food chain is pitching not just fried chicken, but employment opportunities to every customer they serve.
Police Release Video Of Suspects Wanted In Death Of 18-Year-Old Azul De La GarzaAzul, who was non-binary, was sitting in a parked car near 54th and Avers in West Elsdon when they were shot multiple times in the torso by a man. The suspect ran off. Police said the offenders could be as young as 16-year-old.
Chicago Police Officers Refusing To Report Vaccine Status Protesting Outside Police Headquarters TuesdayChicago Fraternal Order of Police president John Catanzara is encouraging any officers who are willing to go on no-pay status to show up at Chicago Public Safety Headquarters at 3510 S. Michigan Ave., go before human resources officials, and go on no-pay status.
Chicago Weather: Spotty Light Rain OvernightCBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Oct. 25, 2021.
Health Care Workers Sue NorthShore, Citing Religious Exemptions To COVID-19 VaccineMore than a dozen health care employees are seeking class-action status in a lawsuit against the NorthShore University Health System, after they were denied religious exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Judge Rules Video Of Officers Thanking Kyle Rittenhouse Can Be Used At TrialVideo of officers thanking Kyle Rittenhouse during the Kenosha riots last year can be used in next week’s trial, a judge has ruled.
Death Of Illinois State University Grad Student Jelani Day Ruled A DrowningThe LaSalle County Coroner’s office announced Monday that Illinois State University student Jelani Day’s death was a drowning. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Judge Lifts Gag Order Banning FOP From Making Comments Against COVID Vaccine MandateA Cook County judge on Monday denied a request by the City of Chicago forbidding the head of the union representing rank-and-file Chicago police officers from defying a mandate requiring city employees to report their COVID-19 vaccination status. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Two Blocks Of Oakley Avenue In Gage Park Have Been Crumbling For YearsThe road is crumbling along the 5500 and 5600 blocks of South Oakley Avenue, and there are craters everywhere. And this isn’t new. As CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports, residents told us nothing changed – until now.
Tenants Say They're Being Threatened With Water Shutoff Over Landlord's Debt In RiverdaleA building owner in south suburban Riverdale owes the village thousands of dollars, and now, the village may be going after the building’s tenants – with plans to shut off their water Wednesday because of their landlord’s mistake. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Illinois Ready To Get COVID Vaccine To Children After Federal ApprovalBy the middle of next week COVID vaccinations for kids five to 11 could be underway in Illinois. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Some City Workers Rally, Urge Aldermen To Repeal Mayor's Vaccine Mandate For City WorkersThe head of the union representing rank-and-file Chicago police officers urged aldermen on Monday to repeal Mayor Lori Lightfoot's vaccine requirement for all city workers, warning those who refuse to challenge the mayor's mandate "we are coming for every one of your damn seats" in the next election. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Coroner Determines Illinois State University Student Jelani Day Died From DrowningThe LaSalle County Coroner’s office announced Monday that Illinois State University student Jelani Day’s death was a drowning.
Chicago Group Engages In 'Mobilizations' After Food Delivery Drivers Are CarjackedThere's a home in the Austin neighborhood you want to avoid. Three drivers all targeted after food was ordered to an address on North Menard. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports
Another Victim Of Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy Identified: Francis Wayne AlexanderCook County Sheriff Tom Dart announced Monday that his office has identified another victim of notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy: Francis Wayne Alexander, of North Carolina. Alexander likely was killed by Gacy between early 1976 and early 1977.
Chicago Weather: More Rain In The ForecastCBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has a look at the extended forecast.
Bears Head Coach Matt Nagy Tests Positive For COVID-19Nagy announced his diagnosis after returning home from Tampa, Florida, following the team's 38-3 blowout loss to the Buccaneers.
Looking For A WinWith six contests into the season, the Chicago Blackhawks are still looking for their first lead in a game. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports on a team trying to take the first step in the right direction.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 5CBS 2's Walter Jacobson interviewed serial killer John Wayne Gacy exclusively in 1992. Confronted by Jacobson about the murders of dozens of young men and boys, Gacy claimed that he had accomplices and that there was another explanation for all the evidence against him -- though he had already admitted to the murders years earlier. This is the last in a five-part series, original airdate May 15, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 4John Wayne Gacy talked about his victims like so many numbers on a scorecard, with no apparent feelings whatsoever like human beings. Speaking to CBS 2's Walter Jacobson, Gacy's even made condescending remarks about the mother of one his victims. This is part four of a five-part series, original airdate May 14, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 3What in Gacy's mind led him to murder dozens of young men and boys? There are no certain answers, but in 1992, he talked with CBS 2's Walter Jacobson about issues with his own father -- and also displayed some chilling obsessions. This is part three of a five-part series, original airdate May 13, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 2In 1992, John Wayne Gacy told CBS 2's Walter Jacobson that he did not commit the murders to which he had already admitted some 13 years earlier. He instead said he was a misunderstood victim of circumstance, and said all the evidence against him had an innocent explanation. This is the second installment of a five-part series, original airdate May 12, 1992.