Metra is painting a grim financial picture for the rest of 2020 and 2021, as many downtown offices keep people working from home, and many schools stick with remote learning for the start of the school year. Katie Johnston reports.
SUV Hits Side Of Cook County Jail; Driver In Serious ConditionA man is in serious condition after his SUV crashed into the side of the Cook County Jail Monday night.
CTA Bus Driver Injured In Paintball Attack In ChathamAnother paintball attack was reported and this time the target was a CTA bus in the Chatham neighborhood.
Shots Fired On Dan Ryan Expressway At 83rd StreetThe shooting took place in the southbound lanes at 83rd Street just after midnight.
Car Crashes Into Tinley Park Home, Causing FireThe crash was so intense it started a fire, which spread to at least one other home in the area.
Fire Damages Mae's Que House Restaurant In Hazel CrestFirefighters responded to the fire at Mae's Que House after witnesses saw smoke and flames coming from the roof around 11 p.m.
With COVID-19 Cases On Rise, Many Companies Opting Out Of Holiday Celebrations Or Taking It VirtualAs CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas looked at home some corporate event planners are keeping the holiday cheer alive with virtual parties.
Morning Flurries; Warming Trend AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Man Charged In Shooting That Injured 3-Year-Old Girl In Calumet HeightsAccording to Chicago police, Kyle Craan, 26, of Chicago, was arrested on Oct. 24 and charged with child endangerment.
Oprah Hosting Virtual Town Halls To Encourage Voters Ahead Of ElectionOprah Winfrey is using her voice to get people to vote ahead of the 2020 election.
Meijer, HBK Engineering Among Companies Hiring For Positions In Chicago AreaCBS is Working For Chicago by providing you with the resources you need to look for and land a job during the pandemic.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Mural Goes Up On Michigan AvenueA mural painted in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now up on Michigan Avenue.
'Incredible Timing': On Tour Brewing In West Town Got A Food License Just As City Brings Back COVID-19 Restrictions On BarsCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas reports they were approved for a food license at just the right time.
String Of Home Burglaries In West Rogers Park Prompts Police AlertAccording to police, there have been three incidents in the last 10 days.
Spike COVID-19 In Illinois Has Doctors On NoticeThis week, COVID-19 cases hit more than 400,000. CDC data shows Illinois was the second highest contributor after Texas.
Northwest Suburbs See First Snow Of The SeasonCBS 2 captured snow falling in Elgin overnight.
Light Rain, Snow Falling Monday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Thieves Targeting Parked Cars At Jack's Pop Up Pumpkin PatchA popular North Side Halloween attraction has been targeted by thieves.
2 Injured After Police Chase Ends In Crash In Hammond, IndianaTwo people were injured after a police chase ended with a crash in Hammond, Indiana.
Austin Harvest Market Kicks Off FridayAn outdoor fall festival is being held today and it's being put on by high school students.
Azul 18 In Pilsen First Restaurant To Test New Canopy Design For Outdoor Dining In Cold WeatherRestaurants across the city face a challenge: how to safely serve people in the winter?
1 Person Shot While Driving On I-57 Exit Ramp Near 111th StreetA person was shot while driving on an exit ramp on I-57.
8-Year-Old Girl Shot While Doing Homework In Northwest Indiana HomeAccording to East Chicago police, the girl in the living when she was shot in the head shortly after 10 p.m.
Azul 18 In Pilsen First Restaurant To Test New Canopy Design For Outdoor Dining In Cold WeatherCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas reports it's all thanks to a local design company that's changing their game plan.
Rainy Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.