During Black History Month, we're taking a look at people making a difference. One of our History Makers is working to conquer food inequality in Chicago. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Celebrating Black History Makers: Liz Abunaw Is Working To Conquer Food Inequality With Forty Acres Fresh MarketDuring Black History Month, we're taking a look at people making a difference. One of our History Makers is working to conquer food inequality in Chicago. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Former White Sox Player Micah Johnson Uses Power Of Art To Inspire OthersFrom showcasing sports as an art form to displaying his work in an art gallery, Former Chicago White Sox player Micah Johnson is using his skills to inspire others to chase their dreams.
22-Year-Old Woman Shot While Sitting In Car In RosemoorPolice said the woman was found in her car, in the 10200 block of South King Drive just before 1 a.m., with gunshot wounds to her head. Her vehicle had several bullet holes in the driver-side door.
United Center Could Turn Into Mass Vaccination SiteThe announcement will likely come from Gov. JB Pritzker Friday.
After Smooth Sailing With Unemployment Claims Last Year, Two Former Restaurant Workers Now On Rollercoaster Ride To Get BenefitsToday, the Morning Insiders found two women pleased with the system for months. Then 2021 hit. Now they're swept up in IDES drama too.
Rain Friday; Weekend Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Illinois Expanding COVID Vaccine Eligibility, But Most Of Chicago Area Not Joining InStarting today, people under 65 with underlying health conditions will now be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine as phase 1B expands in Illinois. But some counties, including Cook, DuPage, Lake, and Will aren't joining the expansion. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe helps sort out the confusion.
Career Coach: When To Ask For Flexible Work ArrangementsCBS 2 is Working For Chicago during the pandemic to help you with your job search.
2 Officers Among 3 Injured In Crash In The LoopTwo officers were among three injured in a crash in The Loop early Thursday morning.
2 Injured After Car Crashes Into Building In EnglewoodTwo women were taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in serious condition.
Burnham Residents Furious After CARES Act Money Was Used For Water Bill Credits, But Only For Those With MetersResidents in one town say they're not getting a straight answer about how the village spent its CARES cash.
Temperatures are warming up heading into the weekend. CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
20-Year-Old Charged In Crash That Killed PedestrianIssac Wade, 20, was charged with reckless homicide with a motor vehicle, which is a felony.
A Sigh Of Relief And A Step Back To Normalcy As Northbrook Senior Home Residents Are VaccinatedAs CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reported, residents at one Northbrook facility say they're feeling more comfortable eating together – and some are seeing people they haven't seen in months.
Highwood Metra Station Closed After Water Pipe Breaks; Trains Still Stopping At StationTrains will still stop at the Highwood stop, but cannot enter the station.
2 Days After Choosing Edward Kodatt As Successor For House Seat, Mike Madigan Asks Him To Step Down Over 'Questionable Conduct'Just two days after choosing his successor in the Illinois House, former state House Speaker Mike Madigan said state Rep. Edward Guerra Kodatt should step down.
With Freeze On Rental Licenses In Country Club Hills, Would-Be Landlord Losing About $1,600 A MonthAlexandra Edmonds-Banks dotted her i’s and crossed her t’s to find the perfect tenant, but the south suburban landlord is stuck juggling two mortgages.
Mild Temperatures ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Pandemic Layoff Proves To Be Blessing In Disguise For Pilsen Pet Fashion DesignerAlmost a year into the pandemic, the domino effect of quarantine continues. It seems businesses are closing left and right, but CBS 2 calculated more than 250 new clothing and shoe shops sprouted after the virus spread. Morning Insider Lauren Victory introduces us to a dog lover who found success when COVID-19 made things "ruff."
Palatine Fire Department Honors Three Firefighters Killed In Line Of Duty In 1973The Palatine Fire Department honored three volunteer firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty
Chicago Park District To Begin Reopening Lakefront, Playgrounds, Indoor PoolsNearly a year after the city's lakefront, playgrounds, and indoor swimming pools were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chicago Park District plans to begin reopening them soon.
COVID-19 Vaccines Delayed After Weather Affects Shipments Across CountryThe weather is proving to be one of the latest challenges with getting people vaccinated. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra found stores in the area that have been busy rescheduling canceled appointments.
Fashion Designer Chicago Playground Accused Of Taking Payments For Clothes Through Cash App And Never Sending ThemA Chicago fashion designer’s Instagram pages have more than 20,000 followers – even images of celebrities wearing jackets they claim to have designed.
Over $60,000 Raised For ISP Trooper In A Coma After Being Hit While Assisting In Crash On I-55 Near JolietOver 1,000 people have donated to help an Illinois State Police trooper who is in coma after he was hit responding to an accident.