With Illinois Eviction Moratorium Over, Expert Says To Watch How Emergency Assistance Is Being AllocatedThe Illinois moratorium on evictions officially ended Sunday, after COVID-19 halted tenants from being kicked out for several months. As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports, this means authorities may now move ahead with physical evictions.
Illinois Eviction Moratorium Officially EndsThe Illinois moratorium on evictions officially ended Sunday, after COVID-19 halted tenants from being kicked out for several months.
Woman Dead After SUV Is Hit By A Car From Which Someone Was Firing A GunA woman is dead after a crash early Sunday morning that police said started with someone firing from a car barreling down busy Irving Park Road in the North Center neighborhood. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Robbins Police Officers Call For Higher Pay, More ResourcesPolice officers in south suburban Robbins said Saturday that they are “taking a stand” in what some call a blue flu. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Illinois State Trooper Dead After Being Found Shot In Patrol Car On Dan RyanAn Illinois State Police trooper has died after he was found with a gunshot wound inside his cruiser on the Dan Ryan Expressway on Friday afternoon. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar and Asal Rezaei report.
$75 Million In Rental Assistance For Suburban Cook County AvailableThe eviction moratorium in Illinois ends Sunday, but people in suburban Cook County can start applying for more help on Monday. There's a new round of funding for emergency rental assistance money, meant to keep people in the Cook County suburbs from losing their place to live.
Argyle Street In Uptown Joins City's Efforts To Revive Business With Street Dining And FestivityStrategies have been renewed in Chicago to revive restaurants and bring back businesses that were hit by the pandemic – but is it going to work? CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
More Than 100 Evacuees From Afghanistan Are Now Safe In ChicagoLate Thursday afternoon, more than 100 people evacuated from Afghanistan landed at O'Hare International Airport. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports.
Speed Camera Ticketing Change: Is It About Safety Or Money?New numbers show how many tickets speed cameras are now churning out. Meanwhile, CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered the deadly crash numbers used for justifying the new rule are not what they appear.
Weekly COVID-19 Tests For CPS Students Starting For Those Who Opt InThe Chicago Public Schools are set start new COVID-19 safety protocols Friday morning. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Pilsen Woman Builds 15-Foot Altar For 250 Families Ahead Of Día de MuertosDía de Muertos is one of Mexico’s biggest holidays, where people honor lost loved ones. It traditionally involves an altar, but one woman in Pilsen is taking the celebration to the next level. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Illinois State Police To More Than Double Patrols On Expressways In Wake Of ShootingsWe have tracked spiking violence on our roadways for months at CBS 2, but on we have now obtained new information on how many of those behind that violence are getting away with it. As CBS 2’s Tara Molina reports, it is not often that the shooters are caught.
CPS CEO & Dr. Arwady Say Schools Are Safe, But District Making ImprovementsChicago’s top doctor and Chicago Public Schools leaders on Thursday sought to reassure parents they are doing all they can to keep students and staff safe from COVID-19 while in school. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Tinley Park Man Was Carjacked And Got His Car Back, But Thieves Returned; Victim Arrested For Pulling Own GunA driver in Tinley Park got his car stolen at gunpoint. He got it back, but the thieves returned – and this time, he pulled out his own gun. That landed him in jail. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Illinois Supreme Court To Decide If Chicago Police Misconduct Files Should Be ReleasedA significant step has been made in a man’s fight to get decades of Chicago Police misconduct records released. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Legally Parked, Ticketed Anyway: Chicagoans Hit With Bogus Street Cleaning FinesHard-to-see street cleaning parking restriction signs, torn signs, tickets for the wrong day – a driver got a bogus ticket, and he didn’t take it lightly. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Lyft Passenger Among 5 People Shot When Driver Fires From Window In Fulton River DistrictFive people were shot Wednesday evening as someone fired out the window of a car during a chase through the Fulton River District. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Prospect Of A Bears Move To Arlington Heights Has Some Worried, Some Hoping To Cash InThe idea of a move to Arlington Heights by the Bears is getting mixed reviews in the northwest suburbs. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Carjacking Victim Shocked And Infuriated That Teen Suspect Is Now Off Electronic MonitoringFrom the beginning, CBS 2’s Tara Molina has tracked the case of a woman who was carjacked in Bucktown. She has been monitoring how the cases proceed, following a meeting in the neighborhood Tuesday night.
A Bears Move To Arlington Heights Would Be A Revenue Hit For ChicagoWhile the team will still be called the Chicago Bears if they move to Arlington Heights, the city itself will take a financial hit – as hotels and restaurants near Soldier Field see fewer customers. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Several People Shot In West Loop; Two Crime ScenesMultiple people were shot across two different scenes in the West Loop late Wednesday.
No Specifics From Mayor Lightfoot On Plans To Keep Bears From Moving To Arlington HeightsThe Chicago Bears have talked about moving to Arlington Heights numerous times going back decades, but this time, it’s different. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Schools Deal With Fallout From Destructive And Dangerous TikTok ChallengesYou've probably seen some of the TikTok challenges people have been undertaking on video this year – and some of them have been downright dangerous. CBS 2' Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Deadly Amtrak Derailment Exposes Legal LoopholeLawsuits are being filed in connection with a deadly derailment involving an Amtrak train that departed from Chicago this past weekend, but getting hurt on an Amtrak train means you may not get any more for your injuries. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.