Delay In Marijuana Licenses Has Social Equity Applicants WorriedMore than 80 new marijuana licenses would have been announced Wednesday, but an executive order delayed them. Now, those licenses meant to expand and diversify the industry could actually be forcing social equity applicants out. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Doctor On A Mission To Bring Temperature Scanners To Public Places In ChicagoDr. William Yates is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Joliet Police Sgt. Talks About Blowing Whistle On Video Of Man Who Died In CustodyThe video showing Eric Lurry, who died in custody in January, is is another example of police departments across the country holding back on critical videos that raise questions about misconduct. But in this case, it was Joliet Police Department’s own training sergeant who blew the whistle. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Joliet Police Sergeant's Reaction To Video Of Man Who Dies In CustodyJoliet police Training Sgt. Javier Esqueda talks with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini about a video of a man who died in Joliet police custody in January.
Joliet Police Training Sergeant Describes Video Showing Man Who Died in CustodyJoliet police Training Sgt. Javier Esqueda talks with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini about a video of a man who died in Joliet police custody in January.
Family Struggles To Reunite With 95-Year-Old Woman With Alzheimer's In HospitalBea Castillo says her mother not only has a broken hip but also Alzheimers, and being in an unfamiliar setting, like a hospital, and not seeing familiar faces is making things difficult.
Cubs Pitching Coach Tommy Hottovy Talks Tearfully About COVID-19 ExperienceCubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy teared up when he announced he recently had COVID-19. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Concerns Mount Over Whether Contact Tracing Will Be A Match For COVID-19For months, we’ve heard contact tracing will bring the coronavirus pandemic under control. But will that work? CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
FBI Searches For Two Men Accused Of Robbing Bank Near 87th And Stony IslandAgents say they may have robbed the Citibank near 87th and Stony Island on the evening of June 1.
COVID-19 Survivor Released From Hospital After 72-Day Fight For His LifeA Carol Stream COVID-19 survivor is back home for the first time in more than two months, but he said there are days he can't even remember.
New Marijuana Dispensary Opening On Weed Street, But Other Licenses On HoldThe second recreational-only marijuana dispensary in Chicago opens Wednesday, on – believe it or not - Weed Street. But as CBS 2’s Tara Molina reported, the opening comes after more licensing delays from the state for other planned dispensaries.
City Claims Homeowner Is Using Park Land As Front YardThe city is threatening to sue a wealthy homeowner accused of turning part of the park of Lincoln Park into his own front yard.
Driver Charged In Southwest Side Hit-And-Run That Killed 13-Year-Old BoyCharges have been filed against the driver accused of hitting and killing a 13-year-old boy riding his bike on the Southwest Side as his family mourns. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Man Dies In Police Custody In Joliet; Police Accused Of Withholding VideoAnother man has died in police custody, and there are accusations that Joliet police tried to cover it all up – including a video that was buried for five months. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
3-Year-Old Girl Shot In Chest In West EnglewoodThe girl was in critical, but stable condition Tuesday night. The shooting comes on the heels of several others that have injured or even killed children in Chicago. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Air Passengers Could Face Long Waits Due To COVID-19 RulesYou might want to get to the airport early next time you fly -- three hours early -- and that's in the United States. It's thanks to strict rules from the Transportation Safety Administration because of COVID-19.
Governor Signs Tax Bill Into Law Paving The Way For A Chicago CasinoChicago can have a new casino. Gov. JB Pritzker Tuesday signed a new gaming tax bill into law that paves the way for the gambling center.
Third Chicago Police Officer Temporarily Stripped Of Power Following Violent Brickyard Mall ArrestAnother Chicago police officer is being temporarily stripped of police powers following a violent arrest outside Brickyard Mall.
Authorities Ask For Help In Finding Arsonists Who Struck During Civil Unrest In ChicagoFor those who set fires during unrest in Chicago a month ago, police and federal authorities took a big step to find them on Tuesday. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Civil Court Cases In Cook County Come To A Dead HaltThe COVID-19 pandemic has brought almost all Cook County court cases to a dead stop for months, and hundreds of civil cases aren't scheduled for a court date for almost a year. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Players, Advocates Protest Cancellation Of Chicago State University Baseball ProgramA budget cut last week left the baseball program at Chicago State University permanently on the bench. However, the players aren’t going quietly.
Search On For 18 Suspects In 53 Arsons in ChicagoAuthorities are asking for help identifying 18 people suspected of dozens of arson incidents across Chicago in late May and early June, as looting spread across Chicago in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Man Body-Slammed By CTA Bus Driver Comes ForwardThe man who says he was body slammed by a CTA worker earlier this month has come forward, after video of that attack went viral.
Drivers Furious As South Side Pothole Shreds TiresCBS 2’s Tara Molina looked into a pothole under a railroad viaduct at the edge of West Englewood that is so bad, at one point there were damaged cars lined up and down the street after driving over it.