The decision affects locations that provide free coronavirus tests across the state.
Man Fires Shots At His SUV As Someone Tries To Drive Away In ItA man fired shots at his own SUV as someone tried to steal it in Wicker Park Monday night.
Lake County Fairground Starting Drive-Thru Vaccinations TuesdayThis site vaccinates by appointment only through the Allvax portal, and only for those people in phase 1A for now.
New Records System Is Holding Up Death Certificates For Grieving Families In IndianaPeople who are grieving the loss of loved ones can’t get death certificates for them due to a new state records system in Indiana.
Suspect Shot, Wounded By Police On West Side; Shots Were Fired At Officers, CPD SaysOfficers shot and wounded a suspect in the Homan Square neighborhood late Monday, police said.
After Finding Controversial Novel On School's Summer Reading List, Teenage Twins Push For Change In State LawHomework; for many of us adults, it’s been eons since we had school assignments. Now 13-year-old twins in southwest suburbs want to give Illinois lawmakers a big project.
Snow Showers Tuesday Afternoon, EveningCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
'My Block, My Hood, My City' Distributing PPE For Monday's MLK Day Of ServiceMore than 2,000 seniors will be getting personal protective equipment Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Community Leaders Offering Free Meals Throughout Chicago, Suburbs For MLK DaySeveral groups are helping the hungry throughout the city and suburbs in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Highland Park Rotary Club Seeking Donations For MLK Day Of ServicePPE and clothes are among the donation items needed for the Highland Park Rotary Club's Day of Service. Donations can be delivered to the Highland Park Country Club.
LinkedIn Announces Fields With Jobs On The RiseCBS 2 is Working For Chicago to give you a look at who's hiring and in what fields.
'My Block, My Hood, My City' Seeking Volunteers For Monday's MLK Day Of ServiceMore than 2,000 seniors will be getting personal protective equipment Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Off-Duty Suburban Officer Shot At In Auburn GreshamAn off-duty police officer from the suburbs was shot at during a a traffic-related dispute in Auburn Gresham.
CPS Community Marching For School Safety Monday Amid Reopening PlanMonday morning, Chicago parents, teachers and city leaders will march for more safety and equity in the re-opening plan of Chicago Public Schools.
Furloughed Airline Worker Lost $1,200 In Back Pay After 'Error' With Chime Account; 'It Freaked Me Out'It’s one of the most downloaded banking apps of 2020, but it appears Chime is starting off 2021 with a bit of a problem.
Woman Fatally Shot While Sitting In Car At Stoplight Near Humboldt ParkA woman was shot and killed, while sitting in her car at a stoplight on Chicago's West Side Sunday night.
Chicago Man Takes A Year To Grow Hair To Donate To Cancer Patients, Only To See It Lost In ShippingA viewer sent a priceless parcel that took him a year to grow – literally. It was his own hair, headed to a charity that makes wigs for cancer patients.
Flurries Linger MondayCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
Chicago Leaders Virtually Commemorate Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Chicago leaders virtually commemorated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on his birthday Friday.
Chicago Leaders To Virtually Commemorate Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Mayor Lori Lightfoot and local leaders will reflect on Dr. King's accomplishments for the city's 35th annual interfaith celebration.
Warning Period Begins For City Drivers Going 6-10 MPH Over Speed LimitStarting Friday, anyone caught by a speed camera going six to 10 miles over the limit will get a warning.
Animal Lovers Hope Archdiocese Halts Killing Of Deer At St. Casimir CemeteryCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory reports it all started with a viewer tip from an animal lover who walks the grounds of a Catholic cemetery, but as is so often the case, there's another side to this story.
Joe Biden To Detail Vaccine Plan Friday; Lori Lightfoot Says Chicago Doesn't Have Enough VaccinesFriday, President-elect Joe Biden will detail his plan to vaccinate 100 million Americans in his first 100 days in the White House.
CTU Organizing Car Caravan Friday To Protest CPS Decision To Return To In-Person LearningStarting at 9 a.m., teachers will stage a car caravan to protest the Chicago Public Schools' decision to return to school buildings.
311 Calls To Trim Dangerous Trees Are Being Marked 'Completed,' Sometimes With Claims There's 'No Tree'We’ve reported on stories across the city of 311 requests being marked completed before the job was done – from to an abandoned car.