Actress Naya Rivera Missing, Presumed DeadRivera, of “Glee” fame, disappeared during a boat ride with her young son in a California lake. CBS News’ Danya Bacchus reports on the search.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: RockoThe PAWS Dog of the Week is Rocko, an eight-year-old Dachshund Rat Terrier Mix.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: FinnieFinnie loves life, always on the go and always eager for a walk.
Osundairo Brothers Say They'll No Longer Willingly Testify Against Jussie SmollettAbel and Ola Osundairo said they were willing to testify against Smollett at trial. But as CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported Wednesday night, that has all changed – because the brothers question the handling of the storage of their items that were taken from the February 2019 raid.
Shedd Aquarium Reopens In JulyAfter months of being closed because of COVID-19, Chicago's Shedd Aquarium will reopen on July 3.
Small Music Venues Say They Might Not Make It Through Pandemic Without HelpAs Chicago gears up for Phase 4 of its coronavirus reopening plan this Friday, the owners of the city’s storied performance and music venues say they still can’t make it with those restrictions. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Metro Concert Venue Dispels Rumors It's Closing For GoodThe Wrigleyville concert venue says it looks forward to opening when it's safe to do so.
What To Expect During The COVID-19 Phase 4 ReopeningCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on what venues are doing to safely welcome back visitors.
Mercury Theater On Southport Avenue Closing For GoodThe stage theater on Southport Avenue is going out of business due to lack of revenue during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shedd Aquarium Cuts More Than 30 StaffersThe Chicago Institution also furloughed more than 140 employees.
Michael Jordan's Big CatchApparently, Michael Jordan is pretty good at fishing, too.
Local High Schools Featured In Virtual PromThe Prom-a-thon will be hosted by former First Lady Michelle Obama and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is one of the honorary chaperones.
Houston Is The PAWS Dog Of The WeekThis happy dog is a five-ear-old shepherd mix.
Oprah's Big Donation To Battle COVID-19 in ChicagoCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot spoke with media mogul Oprah Winfrey about her plans to donate five million dollars to Chicago charities to help communities fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oprah Donates To 'Live Healthy Chicago' For COVID-19 HelpMedia giant Oprah Winfrey is donating 12 million dollars to organizations helping under-served communities during COVID-19.
Robert King, American Red Cross Good Samaritan HeroIt was precious cargo and the timing was critical. A Chicago man, out for a drive, was asked to perform a lifesaving task. And now, he's being honored by the Red Cross as a hero. Meet Robert King
Art Institute's Eerie Existence As COVID-19 Closes Its DoorsIn 141 years, the Art Institute has closed on seven occasions, including for royal visits, the death of a president and the polar vortex. But never for a public health emergency like the one caused by the coronavirus. CBS 2's Chris Tye took a tour of the now-empty galleries. CBS 2's Chris Tye took an eerie tour of the galleries
Live From The Library With The ObamasThe former President and First Lady are reading for the Chicago Public Library and their stories can be seen on the library's Facebook and Instagram sites. Different readers pick books every week.
CSO Violinist Records All 4 Parts Of Vivaldi Concerto With Infant DaughterSo-Young Bae is a violinist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She recorded four parts of the Spring Concerto (“La Primavera”) from Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” (“Le quattro stagioni”) for all the mothers out there.
Elton John Tour Postponed, No Online Seller Refund OfferedThe Elton John farewell tour turned out to be a double disappointment for a suburban mom. First, the coronavirus put the kibosh on the concerts. Then, Laura Parise couldn’t get $850 back for tickets she purchased thru Vivid Seats. CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
Highland Park Cancels 4th Of July FestivitiesIt was recently announced that Ravinia concerts in Highland Park would also be cancelled this year, because of COVID-19 concerns.
Art Institute Lions, Picasso Don Masks To Promote COVID-19 Safetyit's meant to encourage everyone to be safe to protect themselves and others. It's also a reminder we're all in this together.
Odd Obsession Movies Closes Amid Pandemic, Other IssuesThe film buff favorite in Bucktown is one of Chicago's last remaining video stores.
'A Song Of Hope' For A Time Of CrisisCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has the story of a suburban teen who wrote a song about positivity during the pandemic crisis. He invited people on Facebook and got responses from all over the world.