1 Dead, 2 Injured In Bronzeville Apartment FireA fire leads to a man's death near 49th and Washington in Bronzeville early Thursday morning.
Chicago Weather: Colder Feel As Temps Fall During The DayCBS 2 Meteorologist Laura Bannon with the latest Chicago forecast.
Chicago Thanksgiving Parade Returns After First CancellationThe Chicago Thanksgiving Parade returns Thursday and will feature the traditional, large high-flying balloons, as well as dance acts, marching bands, floats, and even some special guests. The parade will stretch from Wells Drive to Randolph. 
Getting Hosed: Vietnam Veteran Rodney Andrews Gets Hosed and Bulldozed By The CityRodney Andrews — a Vietnam Veteran, a Chicago cabbie, and our main protagonist — was among those “Getting Hosed” by the City until we fixed his water bill. Then, out of the blue, the City had his garage bulldozed. CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards reports.
Program Brings On Teens Who Have Suffered Trauma To Make WreathsIt's a sure symbol of the holidays - wreaths hung on light poles or front doors. And as CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports, if you pass through parts of the South Side, those decorations you're seeing are helping teens in need take control of their lives.
Chicago Women Restaurateurs Make Meals For Afghan RefugeesWhen Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, some Afghan refugees escaped to Chicago. Now, they will spend their first Thanksgiving in the city – and the women restaurateurs’ coalition Let’s Talk Womxn Chicago is making sure everyone eats a good meal.
Three Men Found Guilty Of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery In GeorgiaThree men were convicted Wednesday in the high-profile killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. As CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports, many said the Arbery case was focused solely on race.
One Man Killed, One Wounded In Knife Fight At Clark/Lake 'L' StopA man is dead after police said he first stabbed another man at the Clark/Lake Loop ‘L’ stop downtown, and the victim then grabbed the knife and stabbed the attacker back. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
CBS 2 Vault: Chicago Holds Its Memorial Service For Mayor Harold WashingtonOn Nov. 27, 1987, two days after he died, a crowd gathered in Daley Plaza to remember Mayor Harold Washington. CBS 2's John Davis and Linda MacLennan have reports on the service, and Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson have some thoughts back in the newsroom.
CBS 2 Vault: Coverage Of The Passing Of Mayor Harold WashingtonThis is CBS 2's coverage of the death of Mayor Harold Washington on Nov. 25, 1987. Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson anchor from our old newsroom at 630 N. McClurg Ct., and Jim Avila reports from Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Honors For Late Mayor Harold Washington At His Burial SiteThe late Mayor Harold Washington was honored Wednesday at Oak Woods Cemetery.
After 2 Years Separated By Pandemic, Girls Are Reunited At Last With Their GrandparentsIt has been a long wait, but there is joy like none other for one local family this holiday season. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Neighbors Fight To Save Trees That May Be On The Chopping Block In West LakeviewDozens of trees are potentially slated to get the axe in West Lakeview, and residents have been mobilizing to stop it. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Mother Shot, Killed On Same Roseland Block Where Son, 14, Was Shot And Killed Days EarlierA 14-year-old boy was shot a dozen times in Roseland, and his mother was murdered in the same spot two days later. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot spoke to distraught family and friends.
Chicago Weather: Cold Front, Rain OvernightOn Wednesday afternoon, temperatures were in the mi- and upper 50s with gusty southerly winds ahead of the approaching cold front.
Chicago Fire Department Pulls City Worker From Hole In South ShoreChicago firefighters freed a Water Department worker who got trapped in a hole Wednesday afternoon in the South Shore neighborhood.
The Parents Of Ahmaud Arbery Reacts To The Verdict As 3 Men Accused Of His Murder Were Found GuiltyThree men were found guilty in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, murdered while on a jog in February 2020. His parents said it was a long fight but he will now rest in peace.
'Garden Goddess' Will Sell Produce Grown In Her Urban Market To Local Food MarketEllison plants harvests fruits and veggies behind her three flat in the South Shore neighborhood and now she’s selling some of what she grows down the street at the Local Market Foods on 71st and Jeffrey.
Woman Involved In Crash meets Nurse Who Rescued Her For The First TimeA nurse jumped into action after seeing a bad crash on I-355 last month. Now the pregnant woman she helped get out of her car and to the hospital got to say thank you.
Momentum Coffee Owners Working To Create Opportunities For Other Black Business OwnersPromoting Black-owned businesses on Black Friday; the economic impact has a ripple effect throughout the community.
Turkey Giveaway Kicks Off At 8 a.m. In River WestCasino company Bally's, Black Men United, and the Chicago Urban League are hosting turkey giveaways. Their last giveaway is at 8 a.m. Wednesday morning at the Tribune Publishing Center on Chicago Avenue and Halsted Street.
Thanksgiving Travel: Here's What You Need To Know Before Heading OutCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe has the travel tips you need to know before heading out. 
Illinois Department Of Employment Security Nixing Debit CardsIf you get unemployment benefits from the State of Illinois, your money will now come in paper instead of plastic.
Gas Prices Are Way Up, But That's Far From AllIt certainly hurts to fill up your gas tank right now – but everything is going up, not just gas prices. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

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