CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
'Autism Database' Seeks To Help Provide Help When Special Needs Kids Get Lost Or Go MissingWe're in the middle of National Autism Awareness Month and a suburban police sergeant hopes to make departments across the country aware of his special needs tool.
Chicago Eighth-Grader Danielle Addo Thrilled To Compete In Scripps National Spelling BeeAn eighth-grader from the South Side will compete for the Scripps National Spelling Bee this summer after dominating Chicago Public Schools' citywide tournament.
Man In Serious Condition After Stabbing At Blue Line Pulaski StationAccording to police, two men were involved in an argument on the CTA platform when one of them stabbed the other in the neck.
Police In Oak Park Distributing Green Bracelets To Better Assist Residents With DisabilitiesAn individual with autism, Alzheimer’s or dementia may not be able to instruct officers of their needs, but the green bracelets can provide vital information.
Chicago Deployed Additional Resources Overnight To Prepare For Potential Unrest After Police Kill Man In MinnesotaChicago Police on Monday evening said they are deploying additional resources to the downtown area and business corridors, and canceling days off for several units.
Woman Carjacked At Gunpoint In Lincoln SquareAccording to police, a 28-year-old woman was at a gas station, in the 5200 block of North Western Avenue, when two men forced her out of her black Jeep at gunpoint. The men hit the woman in the head during the incident.
Police Responding To Barricade Situation In Morton GroveMorton Grove Police and the Northern Illinois Police Alarm System Emergency Services Team has been outside a home, in the 8900 block of Oriole Street, for over 12 hours.
Slight Cool Down AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Metra Adding More Trains As People Start Returning To Office, But Roll Toward Normalcy Is SlowMetra is expanding its schedule - adding more trains because of an uptick in the number of people returning to the office. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory on Monday morning took us inside ridership data that's driving the commuter changes.
Working For Chicago: Summer Work Opportunities Abound On Mackinac IslandWhether you're a college student on the hunt for a summer job or just looking for temporary work, CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Monday morning on how you can snag employment on a beautiful island.
2 Children, 1 Adult Injured In Englewood CrashA four-car crash in Englewood sent one adult and two children to the hospital.
Group Of Men Break Into Nordstrom On Michigan Avenue, Steal Purses; 1 Person In CustodyPolice said a group of three to four men shattered the glass door with a rock and stoles purses as well as other merchandise.
1 Dead, 3 Injured After Shooting On Eisenhower Expressway Near Damen AvenueA shooting on the Eisenhower Expressway left one dead and three other injured near the Damen Avenue exit.
Partly Cloudy Skies MondayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
'Serial Stowaway' Marilyn Hartman Returns To Court For Hearing FridayLawyers for Marilyn Hartman asked for more time to request a pre-trial release to get her out of jail.
'Literally Raining Crap:' Long Grove Family Sues Insurance Company, Claiming They Got Runaround After Sewage Rained DownWhat started out as a plumbing nightmare dragged on to an insurance nightmare – and now, a Long Grove family is suing their insurance company because they say they can't get straight answers about their repairs.
Suburban Landlord Says Extended Illinois Eviction Moratorium Means His Hands Are Tied As Some Tenants Refuse To PayCBS 2’s Lauren Victory went to the suburbs, where free housing and a snarky text message has one landlord's blood boiling. As the pandemic continues, so does that COVID-19 policy about evictions – which landlord Sean Morrissey thinks is garbage.
Chicago Riverwalk Opening FridayThe city is going to slowly allow more stores and vendors to open over the next few weeks.
15,000 Vaccines Appointments Opening In Suburban Cook CountyIn just hours, thousands of new appointments will open up across the suburbs.
Rain To Start The Day FridayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Oak Park Police Officer Shot During Traffic Stop Near Eisenhower Expressway; Suspect InjuredAccording to police, the officer was assisting the Forest Park Police with a traffic stop on Harlem Avenue near the expressway around 7 a.m. Police said the driver of the vehicle, stopped by police, got out of the car and started shooting.
21-Month-Old Boy Still In Critical Condition, But Has Made 'Some Recovery,' After Shooting On Lake Shore DriveOn Thursday morning, Lurie Children's Hospital said the boy, identified as Kayden Swann, "is demonstrating some return in brain activity" while getting critical care treatment in the hospital's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Woman Sends Easter Care Package To Her Daughter In 2-Day Priority Mail, But It Was Bouncing Around Suburban Sites 10 Days LaterWe keep uncovering postal problems, so this time we decided to track the suburban woman's care package for her daughter. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas found out that for some reason, the package has been bouncing back and forth between several suburban locations for days.
Local Movie Theater Owners Optimistic With Return Of Hollywood Hits, Eased Capacity LimitsCBS 2’s Lauren Victory shows us Thursday how the return of Hollywood hits is inspiring theater owners here at home.