CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Man Charged With Living At O'Hare Airport For 3 Months Due In Court WednesdayA man accused of living at O'Hare for almost three months is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.
3 More Carjackings Reported Overnight In West Town, North Kenwood, EdgewaterThe most recent was reported just after 10 p.m. in West Town on Washington Street near Peoria Street. A man was delivering food when another man in a silver SUV got out, pushed him to the ground and took off in his car.
Indiana Death Certificate Backlog Is Causing Financial Mess For Grieving FamilyA Northwest Indiana funeral home is waiting on 20 death certificates, but they can't get them signed because of problems with the state's brand-new birth and death records system.
Man Stabbed On CTA Red Line Near BerwynAccording to police, a 45-year-old man was riding the train around 10:30 p.m., when another man asked him what time it was.
Snow Day Offers Kids Important Mental Health Break; 'Sometimes It’s Really Okay To Let Go And Have Fun'CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks into the importance of playing hooky every now and then.
Lake Effect Snow LingersCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
73-Year-Old Man Carjacked In 2600 Block Of 91st Street, Chicago Police SayA 73-year-old was carjacked early Tuesday morning while driving to work.
Snow Plows Deployed; Residents Wake Up To Several Inches Of SnowCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe is reporting live in the Mobile Weather Lab.
While Many Chicago-Area Restaurants Reopen With Limited Dine-In Service, Some Are Choosing Not To Serve InsideCBS 2's Jeremy Ross spoke with a business that's putting caution before cash during the pandemic.
A Look At How McCormick Place Is Undertaking COVID-19 Precautions To Draw Crowds BackMany visitors come to the Windy City for expos at McCormick Place, but nearly 200 events have been canceled there in the past 10 months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Commuters Impacted By Heavy Snow In EvanstonCBS 2 photographer Lou Kleinberg is tracking the winter storm. He captured the heavy snowfall in Evanston.
Snow Plows Deployed Across The City Amid Slick Road ConditionsSnow removal crews are working to keep up with the heavy snow overnight.
Loophole In Illinois Law Capping Insulin Prices Leaves Patients FlabbergastedInsulin's got a bad rap for breaking the bank. A new Illinois law was supposed to cap the price at $100 per month, so why are some still being charged eight times that?
Chicago Area Sees First Major Winter Storm Of 2021CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe is reporting live from the Mobile Weather Lab Tuesday morning. She reported on slick roads with snow decreasing tire traction.
Winter Storm UnderwayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest winter storm coverage.
Phase 1B For COVID-19 Vaccinations Begins Monday In IllinoisMillions more people in Illinois are eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine, starting Monday.
Discover, Hyatt Among Chicago-Based Companies On Glassdoor's 'Best Place To Work' ListCBS 2 is Working for Chicago by highlighting the Chicago-based companies that made the list and are hiring now.
Amid Rash Of Carjackings, Rideshare Drivers Call On Uber And Lyft To Help Protect ThemRideshare drivers are calling on Uber and Lyft to help protect them from crime after seven drivers were carjacked on the Near North and Near Northwest sides going back to late December.
Police Investigating Serious Hit-And-Run Crash In West PullmanWhen officers arrived, they found the Chevy unoccupied a block away in the 11900 block of S. Normal Boulevard.
Despite Reform Instituted Last Year, Some Illinois Tollway Users Struggle To Resolve Incorrect ChargesThe Illinois Tollway system instituted tolling reform last year, under which the penalty for a missed toll went down from $20 to $3.
CPS Sets Wednesday Return Date For In-Person Learning, CTU To Hold Press Conference Monday MorningOn Monday, CTU plans to hold a virtual press conference at 6:30 a.m. before negotiations with CPS continue Monday afternoon.
Winter Storm Approaching; Lakeshore Flood Advisory In EffectSnow will ramp up during the evening commute, just before 5 p.m., as the main system snow arrives. This will have an impact on the rush hour period. The heaviest snowfall rates will happen Monday evening and overnight.
Chicago Public Schools Announces Vaccination Plan With Mid-February StartChicago Public Schools, with the Chicago Department of Public Health, announced plans to begin vaccinating staff in mid-February.
'Operation Safe Pump' Offering Protection To Drivers At Gas StationsSeveral minority-owned security agencies are teaming up to volunteer to protect people when they pull into gas stations to pump gas.