Revival And Challenges On Main Street In Evanston Amid Coronavirus Pandemic ReopeningBusinesses across the Chicago area and the country are doing what needs to be done to keep operating.The goal is to survive the lean times, and if all goes well, to thrive again in the not-too-distant future. CBS News’ Adriana Diaz visited Main Street in Evanston to check it out.
Three Lake Zurich High School Sports Camps Close After Some Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19Several student athletes tested positive for COVID-19, shutting down three sports camps at Lake Zurich High School.
Toddler Beaten To Death In BronzevilleA toddler was killed Tuesday afternoon when a man punched him several times in the face in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Katie Johnston reports.
No Bail For Reginald Merrill, Accused Getaway Driver In Slaying Of 7-Year-Old Natalia Wallace On July 4thA 33-year-old man has been ordered held without bail, after police and prosecutors say he acted as the getaway driver in the July 4th shooting death of 7-year-old Natalia Wallace. Katie Johnston reports.
'The Blues Brothers' Wauconda Beach To Reopen After 30 YearsWauconda's iconic beach seen in the "The Blue Brothers" movie is set to open after a $3 million renovation. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Heat And Humidity To Stick AroundCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the extended forecast.
Hot Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest forecast.
OSHA Fines Ferrara Candy Company More Than $485,000Ferrara Candy Company – makers of Keebler cookies, Lemonheads candies, and more – is facing nearly half a million dollars in fines over two incidents that left employees severely injured at its plant in west suburban Bellwood.
Indiana Racist Attack Goes ViralShocking video of a racist attack against a Black man in southern Indiana goes viral. Protesters are demanding justice.A group of white men holds Vauhxx Booker against a tree near Lake Monroe, just south of Bloomington.
3 Lake Zurich Sports Camps On Hold After Campers Test Positive For COVID-19Three sports camps in the northwest suburbs are shutting down after multiple student athletes test positive for COVID-19.
Members Say Uptown Fitness Gym Charged Them For Month When It Was Closed, Is Now Leaving Them In The DarkIt's no surprise that some gyms are still closed, but members said one North Side gym is even ignoring their phone calls, messages, and emails.
Tuesday Is Last Day To Apply For Business Interruption GrantCalling all small business owners! Tuesday is the last day to apply for the Business Interruption Grant program.
6 People Shot In Gresham; 2 In Critical ConditionSix people were shot in the Gresham neighborhood early Tuesday morning.
Andersonville's Alamo Shoes Adjusts As Stores Are Back Open, But Traffic Is DownCBS 2’s Lauren Victory took us to a family-owned business in Chicago to check on things a month after reopening.
Heat Continues; Thunderstorms Possible Tuesday AfternoonCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the forecast.
Heat And Isolated Storms To ComeCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, July 6, 2020.
Facebook Video Catches Wrigleyville Bar Violating Reopening RulesA Wrigleyville bar was caught on camera breaking the state and city’s reopening guidelines, and other bar owners and bartenders said they're worried the bar's bad behavior will end up costing everyone. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Kanye West's Yeezy Company Received Multimillion-Dollar PPP LoanCBS 2 has learned West’s fashion company, Yeezy, received millions from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, according to data from the U.S. Treasury’s Business Administration.
The Quiet Struggle Of A Mother Whose Sun Was Left Disabled By GunfireDominique Quinn has felt the impact of violence in Chicago up close, as her then-3-year-old son was shot in the crossfire of gang violence back in 2016. As CBS 2's Chris Tye reports, her struggle was made tougher by a second bout with gang violence.
Man Pulled From Water At Evanston BeachA man was pulled from the water Monday evening from the Clark Street Beach in Evanston.
Alderman: Program In Which Security Firm Partnered With Police In Englewood Was Success OverallA 14-year-old boy was among four people killed in a mass shooting on the night of July 4th in Englewood, where private security guards were brought in to help the Chicago Police Department stem the violence. CBS 2’s Vi Nguyen spoke to organizers who said the program was still a success.
Suit Filed Over Concerns That DNA Evidence Is Not Making It Back To Wrongful ConvictsDNA is supposed to be the key to cracking criminal cases and exonerating those who are wrongfully convicted. But what if those DNA hits never get to the right people? CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Family Holds Vigil For Tionda And Diamond Bradley, Who Were Last Seen In 2001Tionda and Diamond were 10 and 3 when they disappeared from their apartment near 35th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue on July 6, 2001, while their mother was at work.
Boat Operators Get Fined Over COVID-19 RegulationsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had to say about boat operators with passengers not following COVID-19 protocols.