Salvatore Anello, the Indiana man whose 18-month old granddaughter, Chloe Wiegand, fell to her death from a window on a Royal Caribbean cruise while it was docked in Puerto Rico last July, will plead guilty to negligent homicide.
Indiana Grandfather To Plead Guilty In Toddler's Cruise Ship DeathSalvatore Anello, the Indiana man whose 18-month old granddaughter, Chloe Wiegand, fell to her death from a window on a Royal Caribbean cruise while it was docked in Puerto Rico last July, will plead guilty to negligent homicide.
Snow Continues Wednesday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
You Paid For It: Pace Transit Service For Disabled Riders Letting Down Legally Blind Man In DuPage CountyJames Gilliard says he’s run into one problem after another with a transit service in DuPage County that’s supposed to get disabled people where they need to be on time.
Lakeshore Flood Warning In Effect Amid High Waves, WindResidents should stay off bike paths as waves cause safety concerns. In addition to bike paths, officials are warning drivers to avoid parking two blocks from the lakefront to ensure water does not damage cars.
Identity Theft Scam Leaves Victim And Banks Baffled; 'I Hope That We Can Get To The Bottom Of It'Scammers stole thousands of dollars from a Joliet woman, and tricked her bank into thinking the money was theirs.
Snow Covers Parts Of Northwest IndianaSnow is creating slick driving conditions in Northwest Indiana.
Snow Continues Through The MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Victims' Family Says Later Deadly Metra Accident Was PreventableA man was killed when a Metra train hit a car in Hometown this month, and a similar accident killed two people in the very same place in 2015. A relative of the people killed in the earlier accident says Metra has known there was a problem. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Winter Storm: What To Expect For The Wednesday Morning RushCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a 10 p.m. weather update for Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.
Fire Commissioner: Don't Admit No Ambulances Are Available On DispatchRecently, 911 Center dispatchers were juggling calls from the public and even first responders needing ambulance assistance, but were told no ambulances were available. CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
Snow To Press On Through The NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has a live look at conditions from the Mobile Weather Lab.
7 Candidates Fight To Be Heard In Democratic DebateThe candidates are unified on the goal of unseating President Donald Trump, but they again clashed on many issues and political philosophies. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Suspect Released In Stabbing That Killed Man At Richard's BarThe family of victim Kenny Paterimos says the assailant yelled homophobic slurs before stabbing him, but the suspect claims it was self-defense. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Family Alarmed At Revelation That Pediatrician's Vaccinations Were BogusDr. Van Koinis committed suicide in September, and now, it turns out there is evidence that the vaccinations he gave some children were bogus. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
5 Shot In Market Near 79th And AvalonAn 18-year-old woman was killed in the shooting, and three people got away.
Candidates Square Off At Democratic Presidential Primary DebateCBS 2’s Chris Tye has an update on who trended and one topic linked to Illinois – reparations. As our Jermont Terry has reported, the City of Evanston will start putting money in a fund to address the north suburban city’s decline in African-American residents, among other issues. The fund will be financed by revenue from cannabis.
Snow Sticking Around Through The NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has an evening RealTime weather update for Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.
Update On Mass Shooting At Grand Crossing MarketAn 18-year-old woman is dead and four others were injured in a market in Grand Crossing Tuesday. Here is an update from Interim Police Supt. Charlie Beck.
You Paid For It: Scathing Report Issued On Juvenile Intervention ProgramThe Juvenile Intervention and Support Center costs the city $5 million a year, but between poor record keeping and police practices, the Chicago Office of the Inspector General has cast doubts upon the program's efficacy. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Crewmember Rescued After Falling In FreighterThe crewmember fell into the cargo hold in the ship in the Calumet River.
Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich Expected To Lose Law LicenseA week after former Gov. Rod Blagojevich was released from prison, the state agency that regulates attorneys took a key step to prevent him from ever practicing law again in Illinois.
Medical Records Found Dumped In West Englewood AlleyThe records were from a long-shuttered community mental health clinic located miles away and left people's personal information exposed. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Surgery For Dante, Lynwood K9 Officer Who Suffered Back InjuryDante, the Lynwood police K9 who suffered a serious spinal injury last month, is undergoing surgery on Tuesday.
Chicago Weather: Steady Snowfall Continues Through Wednesday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist takes a look at the extended forecast.