Chicago Now Requiring Food Delivery Apps Disclose Fees To CustomersStarting Friday, Chicagoans will be able to see previously hidden fees on their food delivery receipts from companies like Uber Eats and Doordash.
With Memorial Day Approaching, Is It Safe To Have Guests Over For A Cookout?Brats and brews; firing up the grill is a Memorial Day ritual for many, but with the coronavirus still cooking, is it safe to invite guests to join your barbecue?
New Drive-Thru Testing Site Open Outside Rolling Meadows High SchoolA new testing site opened in the northwest suburbs Friday morning.
Erosion Creating Less Room For Social Distancing At Indiana BeachesPeople in Indiana will be able to spend the holiday weekend at the beach, but social distancing could be a challenge.
At 'Dorm Style' Airbnb, Guests Share Rooms, Even During PandemicAn Airbnb host in Rogers Park has a “dorm-style” listing, much like a hostel, where guests share spaces and sometimes even bedrooms with others.
Chicago Weather: Holiday Weekend To Reach 80sCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Thursday, May 21, 2020.
Little League Baseball Likely To Return This Summer With Different LookThe little league World Series has been canceled, but they did release a series of "best practices" guidelines so baseball could potentially come back for young kids.
Crestwood Police Officer Charged With Beating Wife And DaughtersA Crestwood police officer is accused of choking and beating his wife until their children thought she had stopped breathing.
Mall Mayhem: Brawl Caught On Camera In Merillville, IndianaMen and women can be seen punching, kicking and knocking people to the ground in the mall concourse Wednesday night.
Dental Patients NotHappy With New Fees To Cover COVID-19 CostsDentists across the state are tacking on surcharge fees that some are calling personal protective equipment fees.
After Hundreds Of Calls Workers Still Unable Get Unemployment Assistance Answers; Pritzker Says Just Keep TryingAn IDES spokesperson says they have processed about 75,000 Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims in a week, but they do not know how many have been approved or paid out.
Nursing Homes With Histories Of Infection-Related Problems Lacked Transparency As COVID-19 Outbreaks SpreadCertified nursing assistant Tainika Somerville has seen a lot during her 20-year career, but she said nothing compares to what happened during this pandemic.
Child Care Confusion: As Illinois Moves To Stage Three Daycare Owners Unsure Of Requirements To ReopenAs the state gets closer to opening, parents are getting ready to head back to work, but that leaves a lingering question: Who will watch the kids?
State Lawmakers Debating Changes To November ElectionIn August ballot applications would automatically be sent to anyone who voted in the 2018, 2019 and 2020 elections or who applied for an absentee ballot.
Searchers Spend All Day Looking For Car And Driver In Kankakee RiverA body has been found in a car that crashed through a guard rail and into the Kankakee River, according to the Kankakee Fire Chief.
CBS 2 Investigators: After CBS 2 Story, Cook County Works On Getting Death CertificatesHour 18: Outbreak in Chicago Commissioner Sean Morrison brought the issue to the Cook County Board of Commissioners this afternoon. And the Clerk's Office is promising an update.
Chicago Restaurant Owners Disappointed With Mayor's RulingDespite the state's Phase 3 status on the horizon, Mayor Lightfoot said restaurants in the city won't be able to open until possibly June.
Wheeling Police Still Searching For Driver Involved In Deadly CrashWheeling police are searching for a suspect they say crashed an SUV into a home in Wheeling, killing one man who struck and killed a man before crashing into a home Wednesday.
Construction Begins At 'Field Of Dreams' BallparkEven though there are no MLB games being played now, in Iowa, the "Field of Dreams" ballpark is being constructed.
Chicago Weather: Expect Some Showers On FridayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the forecast.
Police Search For Thieves Who Stole Two CarsThe incident happened in Portage Park Thursday morning.
After CBS 2 Exposed More Towing Scams, City Council Moves To Add Consumer ProtectionsNew reforms are in the works to protect Chicago car accident victims from predatory towing companies. CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports
Car Thieves Pull Grab And Smash In Portage ParkThree masked thieves stole two cars from a car dealer repair center in Portage Park and crashed through a glass garage to get away..
Lightfoot: Not Ready To Open Restaurants In ChicagoDespite Governor Pritzker's announcement that restaurants could soon open under his Phase 3 plan, Mayor Lightfoot said in Chicago, it won't be for at least several more weeks.