CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, May 14, 2021.
Program: CBS 2 News EveningCategories: News, Local News, Weather, Weather Forecast, WBBMTV, Top Story
Chicago Weather: Expect Showers On Saturday; Sunday Will Live Up To Its NameCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, May 14, 2021.
Search Continues For Cat That Survived Miraculous Six-Story Jump From Burning ApartmentCommunity searchers were looking high and low Friday night for a cat that miraculously survived a six-story leap from a burning apartment in Englewood. Hennessy is a most sought-after cat since her quick escape made most people gasp.
Chicago Restaurants Navigate Loosening COVID-19 Restrictions During Bridge PhaseFriday night was like Chicago has not seen in more than a year. The city is now in the "bridge phase" of reopening after COVID-19 restrictions, meaning bigger crowds just about everywhere.
Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom?
2-Year-Old Girl Shot In Little Village: PoliceA 2-year-old girl was shot Friday night in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood, Chicago police confirm.
Mayor Nominates Annette Nance-Holt To Be First Woman Commissioner Of Chicago Fire DepartmentThe first woman and woman of color has been picked to lead the Chicago Fire Department.
Father Larry Sullivan Reinstated As Pastor Of Christ The King Parish In BeverlyFather Sullivan was removed from pastoral duties last month, after an allegation of sexual misconduct when he was 18, prior to entering the seminary. The Archdiocese says a full investigation was done and after multiple unsuccessful attempts to obtain information from the accuser, they cannot substantiate the claim.
New Reopening Phase Means Life For Vaccinated Almost Back To NormalThe new reopening phase means life for those who are vaccinated may be almost back to normal.
Good Samaritans Rescue Couple From Sinking Car In Cedar LakeTwo good Samaritans rescued a couple after their car went into Cedar Lake Friday afternoon.
Alderman Worried About Weekend Crime After Large Crowds Of Teens Cause Trouble In Downtown Chicago"If we look the other way and allow it to happen, it is only going to get worse as the summer goes on."
Prom Night At Soldier FieldCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports after a year of remote learning and not seeing classmates, seniors from one Chicago high school are planning for a great prom night at Soldier Field.
Chicago Seniors Celebrate A Fun Rite Of Passage At Soldier FieldAs COVID rules keep relaxing, on Friday a teenage rite of passage is making a big comeback: prom night. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports from Soldier Field.
Rally In Support Of Palestine In BridgeviewCBS 2's Steven Graves reports the rally in the southwest suburbs is showing support for Palestine, following a week of deadly violence in Gaza and Israel.
Schaumburg Man Reunited With Good Samaritan Who Pulled Him From A Burning CarCBS 2's Meredith Barack reports both were happy to see each other after a dangerous event that brought them together last weekend.
New CPD Policy On Search Warrants To Go Into Effect May 28A sweeping overhaul of the Chicago Police Department's search warrant policies will go into effect on May 28, following weeks of public comment and internal review of the changes first announced in March.
Suburban Man First COVID Patient To Get Double Lung TransplantHe's the first known COVID-19 patient to receive a double lung transplant from a COVID-19 donor at Chicago's Northwestern Medicine.
Endangered Piping Plovers Monty & Rose Expecting 3 HatchlingsMonty and Rose, a pair of Great Lakes piping plovers that have nested at Montrose Beach the last three years, are about to be parents again, after Park District officials spotted three eggs at their breeding grounds along the lakefront.
Mayor Nominates Annette Nance-Holt To Be First Black Woman Chicago Fire Department CommissionerMayor Lori Lightfoot has tapped Acting Chicago Fire Commissioner Annette Nance-Holt, who lost her teenage son to one of the city's most infamous shootings in 2007, to serve as the first Black woman to run the Chicago Fire Department.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: CalebCaleb is the PAWS Pet of the Week. He is a very sweet eight-year-old lab mix who is very friendly and is looking for a forever.
Two Women Who Told CBS 2 About Agonizing Waits With IDES Now Have Unemployment BenefitsAfter doing hundreds of stories on people's agonizing waits for benefits through the Illinois Department of Employment Security, we found two success stories Thursday. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Police Investigate Deadly Shooting Outside Chatham Nail SalonOne man was killed and one was wounded in the shooting on 79th Street near Cottage Grove Avenue.
As Chicago Reopens, Fate Of Lollapalooza Not Certain Just YetWill Lollapalooza be back this year? A new published report says yes, but the city says nothing is confirmed yet.
Man Says He Almost Fell Victim To Scammer Who He Thinks Pirated A Real Apartment Rental AdA legitimate apartment listing was copied and pasted on a different website – and was apparently used in a scam to get money quick. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Boy, 8, Shot And Wounded In LawndaleAn 8-year-old boy was shot Thursday evening in Lawndale.