Torrential Downpours And High Winds Hit ChicagoRobb Ellis has the forecast
24 Charged In Federal Drug Investigation Targeting West Side GangsFederal prosecutors have announced charges against 24 people as part of an investigation targeting two West Side street gangs accused of trafficking "wholesale quantities of heroin and cocaine."
PAWS Dog Of The Week: FinnieFinnie loves life, always on the go and always eager for a walk.
Chicago Weather: Get Ready For More RainCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the weekend weather.
CTA Bus Crashes Into Building In CraginAccording police, the incident took place at the intersection of Laramie and Fullerton just before 8 a.m.
Chicago Pride Fest Holding Virtual Events, Performances This WeekendThe 51st annual Chicago Pride Parade would have been this weekend. Instead, Chicago Pride Fest is holding virtual events online this year due to the pandemic.
Art Institute Lion Vandalized; Woman In CustodyPolice said a woman is in custody after they saw her tagging the words "inside mania" on the base of the statue.
Indoor Dining Returns With Restrictions As The City Enters Phase 4Some servers are excited to welcome diners back, but others are worried about the possibility of being exposed to COVID-19.
Illinois State Police Find SUV Damaged By Bullets On I-55 At Loomis StreetThe front window of the SUV was completely shot out and had multiple bullet holes. 
Broken Sewer Main Has Been Seeping Into Harvey Landlord's Basement For Six MonthsCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory finds out why the city of Harvey has been neglecting its responsibilities.
Gyms Set To Resume Indoor Classes As Illinois Moves To Phase 4 Of ReopeningIllinois has moved into Phase 4 of reopening the economy, and that means many gyms are opening their doors for the first time in months.
Severe Storms, Strong Winds ApproachingCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast and storm updates.
A Steamy, Then Stormy FridayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Thursday, June 25, 2020.
Co-Owner Of Alinea Group Wants Better Government Health Guidance For COVID-19 PrecautionsThe man behind one of the most successful restaurant groups in Chicago has a request businesses rarely make – for more government regulation. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Family Thinks Twice About Depositing Check From Scammers Claiming To Represent PurellMonalisa Franklin says she and her husband were targeted by a scammer that claimed to represent Purell, but did not deposit a check claiming to be ade out to their order and avoided losing a lot of money. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Ingalls Memorial Hospital Nurses Accuse Hospital Of Putting Them At Risk For COVID-19Nurses are demanding changes at a south suburban hospital. They accuse management of putting nurses and patients at risk for COVID-19.
Suspected Ponzi Scheme Operator Robert Walberg Dies SuddenlyA suburban money manager died mysteriously, leaving behind a trail of questions – since he was recently charged with fraud. His clients fear they'll never get their cash back, or get answers. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Laroy Battle Charged With Murder Of 2 Teens In South ChicagoThe 19-year-old suspect is charged with shooting and killing Charles Riley, 16, and Jasean Francis, 17, in the 7900 block of South Luella Avenue.
LIVE: CPD Announces Charges Against Suspect In Killing Of Two TeensChief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan announces charges against LaRoy Battle in the murder of two teenage boys in South Chicago this past Saturday.
White Sox Hoping For The Best As They Prepare To Resume PlayingThe White Sox will be back on the field at Guaranteed Rate Field next Friday for their first workout. CBS 2's Matt Zahn talked with Manager Rick Renteria and GM Rick Hahn.
East 75th Street Opens For Restaurant DinersA Black owned business boom is expected on Chicago's South Side. Owners are now prepping for outdoor dining that is sorely needed.
People Frustrated Over Lack Of Help From IDESCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what people are upset about with not being able to get through to someone at IDES to file an unemployment claim.
CPD Superintendent Brown: I'm Not Going AnywhereCPD Police Superintendent David Brown dispelled rumors that he was leaving his post after two months to go back to Texas.
Family Finds Out Months Later That Missing Man Had Died And Was CrematedPolice told the family of Keuntae Miles that he died months ago at O’Hare International Airport, and his body was cremated three days after a missing persons report was filed. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

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