CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports after a year of remote learning, Chicago Public Schools students are back in the classroom, but some parents are concerned about their children's safety because not all kids can be vaccinated against COVID-19.
First Day Back For CPS StudentsCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports after a year of remote learning, Chicago Public Schools students are back in the classroom, but some parents are concerned about their children's safety because not all kids can be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Work Zone Awareness WeekWith winter behind us, you'll soon see more orange barrels on the road. And that has construction crews reminding you to slow down in work zones to keep everyone safe.
Lawsuit Seeks To Void Out Reverse MortgageAs CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports, a new lawsuit seeks to reverse the damage Mark Diamond is accused of doing.
St. Sabina, Black Owned Businesses Donate MealsCars lined up to receive packages of food put together by St. Sabina volunteers.
Holy Name Hosts Christmas MassOnly a few hundred worshipers were allowed inside Holy Name Cathedral to watch Cardinal Blase Cupich hold mass because of COVID restrictions. The mass was also streamed online.
New COVID-19 Cases: 1,707That number is down from Wednesday new case count, which was over 2,000 COVID-19 cases.
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EarthPaint Works To Reuse And Recycle As Well As Provide Purpose For Young WorkersCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has the story of a local organization that recycles unused paint while giving jobs to people in need.
Top Wheelchair Dance Couple In U.S. To Hold First Class In IllinoisCheryl Angelelli told CBS 2 she never imaged today she and her partner would be the top wheelchair dance couple in the United States.
Strictly Sealcoating Says Impostors Are Trying To Cash In On Their Driveway Company's Name And ReputationThe Morning Insiders spotted a social media post of a family-owned company pleading for help. Strictly Sealcoating said a group of men is using their business’ name and reputation to rip off people across the far western suburbs.
Off-Duty Nurse Helps Driver Shot In Forehead By Stray Gunfire"I go to the driver side and I see the guy is bleeding, so I grabbed a teddy bear and I placed it on his forehead," Ivan Escobar said.
Thieves Break Into Hegewisch Auto Shipping Lot, Steal 3 CarPolice said four men drove the stolen cars away, while a fifth man who drove them through a security fence.
Fatal Crash In Indiana Leaves Car Wedged Under Semi-TruckA fatal crash on I-80/94 in Indiana left a car wedged underneath a semi-truck early Friday morning.
Six Centenarians Celebrate 100 Years With Oak Park CelebrationThe six residents celebrating their 100th birthdays at Belmont Village in Oak Park were treated to a dinner in their honor. CBS 2 wishes them a happy birthday!
Agencies Leading Crackdown On Stem Cell ClinicsPatients in pain have been paying thousands of dollars for stem cell treatments that don't work, CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
Home Invader Shot In UptownMan who shot the offender had a valid firearms card.
Crash Closes Dan RyanA hit and run accident shut down the outbound local lanes overnight.
Convicted Felon Appointed To School Board In Suburban BellwoodLindsey Griffin is a convicted felon and was appointed to the school board two years ago to fill a vacancy. In 1988, he was convicted of burglary and sentenced to two years probation.
Gun, Drug Arrest In Park ForestPark Forest police uncovered more than he expected while hunting down suspected dirt bike thieves.
Concealed Carry Class Conducted At SchoolIt happened on a weekend at Phoenix Military Academy and it has angered teachers and some alumni. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Rini Family Says Brian Rini Should Be Punished For HoaxA person found in Kentucky on Wednesday is not Timmothy Pitzen, the Aurora boy who disappeared nearly eight years ago, the FBI said Thursday. Instead, police say Brian Michael Rini, 23, of Medina, Ohio, made up the story.
Happily Ever AlwaysOctober is Positive Attitude Month. Author Michael Rosenblum joins CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot in the studio to talk about the ways people can work on avoiding negative thoughts and produce more confident and secure attitudes. His new book is titled "Happily Ever Always."
Police Investigate Homicides In Gresham, E. Garfield ParkChicago police are investigating two homicides happening overnight.
Suit Suggests No Firewall Between Gov. Rauner, His FortuneGov. Bruce Rauner participated in 2015 meetings to manage his personal wealth after his pledge to follow "blind trust" procedures while in office, according to an unsealed lawsuit.