'Field Of Dreams' Game PostponedThanks to the coronavirus, the anticipated Field of Dream game to be played in Iowa was scrapped for this month. Organizers said they hope to have it take place next year.
Chicago Weather: Mostly Sunny On TuesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the week's forecast.
College COVID ProtocolsCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on what one university plans on having its students do to protect themselves against COVID-19 this school year.
Rising COVID-19 RatesCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on the rising coronavirus cases outside Chicago and Cook County.
Justice For JanariCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports a break in the case, due in large part to neighborhood residents, helped police get a suspect in custody in the shooting death of Janari Ricks.
Gov. Pritzker Announces $5 Million Mask Awareness CampaignGov. JB Pritzker on Monday launched a $5 million public awareness campaign to encourage people in Illinois to wear masks in public.
Boy, 8, Critically Injured In Fall From Washington Park ApartmentAn 8-year-old boy was critically injured Sunday night when he fell out of a third-floor apartment in the Washington Park neighborhood.
Illinois Recreational Marijuana Sales Reach Record $61 Million In JulyWhile many businesses have been struggling to survive during the pandemic, Illinois pot dispensaries have continued to thrive, setting another sales record in July. Katie Johnston reports.
Blackhawks' Caggiula Suspended For Game 2 Vs. OilersChicago forward Drake Caggiula has been suspended for Game 2 of the Blackhawks' qualifying round series against the Oilers for an illegal check to the head of Edmonton's Tyler Ennis. Katie Johnston reports.
Suspect In Custody In Shooting Death Of Janari RicksCPD Chief Brendan Deenihan on securing charges with suspect in custody in the shooting death of nine-year-old Janari Ricks.
Lakeshore Flood Advisory Until TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has a RealTime Weather update.
CTU Organizing Car Caravan, Demands Remote Learning For CPS In The FallMore than 20 community groups are forming a car caravan to urge the city to put safety first when it comes to this fall's education plan.
Police Trying To Identify Vehicle That Struck 11-Year-Old Girl In Rogers ParkPolice released photos of the vehicle responsible for hitting an 11-year-old girl in Rogers Park on July 15.
2 Months After Looting And Unrest, Many Chicago Businesses Still Need Help RebuildingCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas learned some businesses are now hearing back from the city on whether they will get help rebuilding.
Drive-Thru Job Fair Is Coming To Joliet TuesdayA drive-thru job fair is coming to Joliet.
Reward Reaches $4,000 And Counting For Information Leading To Arrest In Murder Of 9-Year-Old Janari RicksCBS 2 has learned the reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible is at $4,000 and counting.
Baby Boomers' Consumer Habits Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Could Have Lasting ChangesCBS 2’s Lauren Victory looked at a particular consumer group commanding changes that could last long after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rain Lingers, Cooler Temps ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Duckworth Says She'll Serve In Any Capacity That Helps Joe Biden Win White HouseU.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) is on the list of Democrat Joe Biden’s possible running mates.
Isaias Still Skirts East Coast Of FloridaIsaias fizzled out as a hurricane, but Palm Beach County still saw heavy rain and pounding surf. CBS News’ Manuel Bojorquez reports.
On-And-Off Showers Through MondayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020.
SpaceX Astronauts Return After Huge Step Forward For Private Space FlightTwo NASA astronauts ended their SpaceX mission with the first ocean landing in 45 years Sunday. CBS News’ Mark Strassman reports.
UIC Historians Complete Oral History Project On Mayor Richard M. DaleyThe project includes 45 videotaped interviews with political advisers, chiefs of staff, and former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Rep. LaShawn Ford Demands Major Changes To History TeachingAn Illinois state representative on Sunday called for the end of history classes in Illinois schools until “appropriate alternatives” are developed.