U.S. Supreme Court Won't Hear Abortion Clinic 'Buffer Zone' Cases From Chicago, HarrisburgThe Supreme Court on Thursday turned away pleas from anti-abortion activists to make it easier for them to protest outside clinics, declining to wade back into the abortion debate just days after striking down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics. Katie Johnston reports.
Cubs' Quintana Cuts Thumb Washing Dishes, Undergoes SurgeryChicago Cubs left-hander Jose Quintana had surgery to repair nerve damage in his pitching thumb Thursday after he cut himself washing dishes and is out indefinitely. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunshine Through The WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast.
More Woes For People Dealing With IDESSome people who applied for unemployment still haven't gotten paid.
City Council Joint Committee Takes Up Debate On CPD Officers In CPSA week after the Chicago Board of Education voted down a plan to remove police officers from Chicago Public Schools, the debate moves to City Hall, where two committees will meet to discuss the hot button issue.
Over 45,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois For Week Of June 22, Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere were 1,427,000 new claims filed across the U.S. last week.
City Council Committee To Discuss School Resource Officers In CPSCity Council committees will meet to talk about Chicago Police School Resource Officers in public schools.
Career Coach: Employment History And ExperienceCBS 2 is Working for Chicago by getting advice from our career coach every Thursday.
Inspectors Checking Businesses For Phase 4 Compliancy Ahead Of July 4The city is ramping up enforcement of Phase 4 guidelines by making sure people are following social distancing rules starting Thursday.
Broken Sewer Main In Harvey Causes Thousands Of Dollars Of Damage To Another HomeA broken sewer line in Harvey is creating a disgusting situation after heavy storms. CBS 2 first told you about the smelly issue last week, and now another homeowner has showed us devastating damage from a sewer backup.
SWAT Team Called To Apartment Complex In Rogers Park; Man Taken Into CustodyAccording to police, officers were called to an apartment complex near Ashland and Howard after a man with a gun refused to come out.
Rollover Crash Leaves Woman Dead, Another Seriously Near West PullmanA woman is dead and another in serious condition after a roll-over crash near the West Pullman neighborhood.
More Customers Complain They Didn't Get Electronics Fixed Or Money Back At Edwards TV Service In GaryA Gary man said a TV repair service has held onto his DVD player and his money for months, so he is taking his complaint to the State of Indiana.
Sunshine, Hot Temperatures ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Temperatures Set To SoarCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Delay In Marijuana Licenses Has Social Equity Applicants WorriedMore than 80 new marijuana licenses would have been announced Wednesday, but an executive order delayed them. Now, those licenses meant to expand and diversify the industry could actually be forcing social equity applicants out. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Doctor On A Mission To Bring Temperature Scanners To Public Places In ChicagoDr. William Yates is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Valparaiso Teacher Accused Of Demanding Nude Pictures For A GradeA 17-year-old female student in Valparaiso said Brian Kunze told her in order to keep her A in class, she had to send him the nude pictures.
Protest Over Possible Release Of Hit-And-Run SuspectProtesters were lined up outside the Cook County Jail Wednesday night, upset over the possible release on bond of a man charged with striking and killing a 13-year-old boy riding his bike on the Southwest Side.
Joliet Police Sgt. Talks About Blowing Whistle On Video Of Man Who Died In CustodyThe video showing Eric Lurry, who died in custody in January, is is another example of police departments across the country holding back on critical videos that raise questions about misconduct. But in this case, it was Joliet Police Department’s own training sergeant who blew the whistle. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Joliet Police Sergeant's Reaction To Video Of Man Who Dies In CustodyJoliet police Training Sgt. Javier Esqueda talks with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini about a video of a man who died in Joliet police custody in January.
Joliet Police Training Sergeant Describes Video Showing Man Who Died in CustodyJoliet police Training Sgt. Javier Esqueda talks with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini about a video of a man who died in Joliet police custody in January.
Family Struggles To Reunite With 95-Year-Old Woman With Alzheimer's In HospitalBea Castillo says her mother not only has a broken hip but also Alzheimers, and being in an unfamiliar setting, like a hospital, and not seeing familiar faces is making things difficult.
Cubs Pitching Coach Tommy Hottovy Talks Tearfully About COVID-19 ExperienceCubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy teared up when he announced he recently had COVID-19. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.