Mayor Richard Irvin Handily Wins Reelection In AuroraIrvin capture more than half the vote against challengers Judd Lofchie and John Laesch.
Flossmoor To Elect Woman Mayor For First Time In Nearly 100-Year HistoryDr. Lakshmi Emory is up against Michelle Nelson for Flossmoor mayor.
Police Seek Person For Questioning In Hegewisch FiresThe Chicago Police Bomb and Arson section has identified someone with whom they want to talk about a string of fires someone has been setting in Hegewisch.
Community Joins Call For Video Release Of Police Shooting That Killed 13-Year-Old Adam ToledoCries from the community continued Tuesday night to release video in the deadly police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Good Samaritan Speaks After Taking Action When Child Was Shot On Lake Shore DriveA toddler was fighting for his life Tuesday night after being shot in a road rage incident on Lake Shore Drive downtown, and a Good Samaritan is credited with saving precious time by rushing the boy to the hospital on the spot. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar spoke to that Good Samaritan.
Loyola Introduces Drew Valentine As New Men's Basketball CoachDrew Valentine was introduced Tuesday in Rogers Park as Loyola's replacement for Porter Moser, who is going to Oklahoma.
CPS High School Students Set To Return To Class April 19, But COVID Rates Are Rising NowThe target date for Chicago Public Schools high school students to return to class is less than two weeks away. But as CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports, there could be a new sticking point.
Federal Funds For COVID Vaccine DistributionCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports the state will get an extra $124 million in funding from the CDC to further expand its COVID-19 vaccination program. That's more than $90 million for the state and $33 million for the city of Chicago.
Police Question Person of Interest After Child Is Shot Near Grant Park On Lake Shore DriveThe shooting happened in the midday hours Tuesday on northbound Lake Shore Drive and left the 21-month-old boy in "grave" condition as a bullet fragment traveled to his brain. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Chicago Officials Say They're Ready With The New COVID Vaccine Expansion DatePresident Joe Biden announced announced Tuesday that the deadline for adult eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines nationwide is being moved up to April 19.
Chicago Weather: Rain Showers ReturnCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Protecting Precious Birds And PowerlinesCBS 2's Jim Williams reports biologists and electrical workers are joining forces to help protect eagles and the powerlines the birds have been known to use.
COVID Vaccine Rollout Expands Nationwide April 19Chicago's mayor said she is pleased the COVID vaccine will be available to more people in Chicago and across the country in two weeks.
Vice President Kamala Harris Visits Chicago To Promote COVID VaccineCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports Vice President Harris also spoke about the need to get past vaccine hesitancy to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.
Child In 'Grave' Condition After Being Shot On Lake Shore Drive DowntownThe 2-year-old boy was shot during a road rage incident between two drivers, police say. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
According To The Illinois Department Of Public Health (IDPH) There Were 2,931 New And Probable COVID-19 Cases In The StateThe number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to increase with almost 3,000 new coronavirus cases reported. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Rain Returns On WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast.
1 Person Injured In Crash Involving 2 Semi Trucks On I-80/94; 1 Eastbound Lane OpenOne person was seriously injured in a crash involving two semi trucks on I-80/94 early Tuesday morning.
7 People Injured After Fight Leads To Shooting In EnglewoodPolice said shots were fired during a fight in the 6800 block of South Justine Street just after 11 p.m. The victims were involved in the fight on the sidewalk.
Signs For Markham's Mayor DefacedIn Markham, signs for Mayor Roger Agpawa, who is up for reelection on Tuesday, were defaced and thrown out. And feces was left in front of his campaign headquarters.
Now Released From Federal Control, Gary Housing Authority Has Grand Plan To Improve City's Public HousingThe city's housing authority was considered so "troubled" that the federal government stepped in to run it seven years ago. Now, the feds have released the reigns and new local leadership is in place.
Vice President Kamala Harris Will Be In Chicago TuesdayIt's her first visit since becoming elected, and her focus will be covid-19 vaccine equity.
1 Man Killed, Another Injured In Shooting Outside Laundromat In Back Of The YardsPolice are investigating a deadly shooting outside of a 24-hour laundromat in Back of the Yards Monday night.