Police said a group of three to four men shattered the glass door with a rock and stoles purses as well as other merchandise.
Woman's Body Pulled From Lake Michigan Near Navy PierThe Chicago Police Marine Unit pulled a woman's body out of Lake Michigan near Navy Pier Friday morning.
Scammer Posing As Landlord Sought To Prey On Potential Renters To Collect Holding FeesOne person already fell for it, another almost did. Someone posing as a landlord is trying to trick potential renters into paying holding fees in a south suburb.
Despite Promise To Stop Parking In Public Spaces After Nearby Construction, Postal Trucks Still Clog Spots In Belmont CraginThe U.S. Postal Service promised to do better when CBS 2 first told you about this problem last month, but Morning Insider Lauren Victory found that commitment didn't stick.
'I'm Getting A Limo': Woodstock Senior Takes On Multiple Jobs Provided By Community Members To Pay For Prom ExperienceEvan, a military-bound senior did not let the pandemic get in the way of the his prom experience. He took on multiple jobs to pay for flowers and even a limo.
Kidde Recalls Trusense Smoke Detectors For Failure To Sound In A FireIf you have a Kidde Trusense smoke alarm, or combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, it may not sound in a fire.
United Center Welcoming Back Fans For First Time In Over A Year For Bulls Home GameCOVID restrictions are still in place. Capacity will be at 20% because of social distancing measures that will need to be taken inside the arena.
Multiple Vehicle Broken Into, Burglarized On Same Block In Morgan ParkTwo military members left a nearby night club and saw their trunks and car doors left wide open. Among items taken from their vehicles were three weapons, government IDs, travel cards and a bullet proof vest.
Stray Showers Possible Friday Morning, Evening; Cool Weekend AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
West Side Neighbors 'Very Annoyed' After City Failed To Remove Disabled Parking Spots When Owners DiedThe City of Chicago allows people with disabilities living in some neighborhoods to get a personal handicapped parking spot right in front of their homes. Those spots are assigned to one individual and only while that person lives at there, but CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory found some of those reserved spots are for people who have been dead for quite some time.
After Struggling During The Pandemic, JR Dessert Bakery In West Rogers Park Has Made ComebackA West Rogers Park neighborhood bakery had to furlough their employees and saw a steep decline in business – but now they're back at full force. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas introduced us to the mom and daughter who run the show.
Ravinia Festival Announces Summer Lineup For 2021 SeasonSome headliners include Gladys Knight, Lake Street Dive, Willie Nelson and Train. The full summer concert series was posted at midnight on the Ravinia Festival website.
Police Recover Gun Left By Passenger In Rideshare CarChicago police said a driver dropped off a passenger near Michigan Avenue and Wacker Driver around 8:30 p.m. The next passenger, picked up on Madison Street, found the 9mm pistol in the back seat.
Police Investigating Break-In At CVS In Fulton MarketPolice are on the scene of a break-in at the CVS in Fulton Market Thursday morning.
Nearly 100 Students At Roosevelt Middle School In River Forest Placed Under Quarantine Due To 4 Positive COVID-19 CasesLess than a week after returning to fully in-person learning, nearly 100 students at a middle school in River Forest are in quarantine.
Showers Monday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Car Hits Fire Hydrant In Albany Park; Police Searching For DriverAccording to police, the vehicle struck the fire hydrant just before 11 p.m., causing damage and flooding in the 5000 block of North Monticello Avenue.
Quirk In Illinois State Law Voids Life Insurance Benefits For Ex-Spouses Upon DivorceA suburban woman has a warning for fellow consumers after she was booted as a beneficiary on her ex-husband's life insurance plan due to a little known state law.
Dream Of Starting Towing Company Hits Snag When $19,000 Truck Turns Out To Be A LemonLouis Garcia admitted his purchase seemed too good to be true, but he sunk more than $19,000 worth of savings into it anyway.
Monthly Concert Series Coming To Chicago For Fully Vaccinated ResidentsThe first concert event is set for Saturday May 22 in Hyde Park. To attend, you need to have gotten your final dose of a two-dose vaccine or single dose vaccine two weeks before the event.
Break-In Reported At Second Cell Phone Store In Ukrainian Village In Two DaysPolice responded to a burglar alarm in the 2300 block of West Chicago Avenue just before 2:30 a.m. Surveillance video shows a man leaving the store with two bags of merchandise.
Sunshine Returns Wednesday; Rain AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Couple Waited More Over A Year For IN To Pay Unemployment Claim; 'The Most Frustrating Thing I've Ever Been Through In My Life'CBS 2 is Working for Chicago, and has reported extensively on the troubles with the Illinois Department of Employment Security, but our neighbors to the east don't always have a picnic either, when it comes to collecting unemployment benefits.
Multimillion-Dollar Plan Launched To Fix Up Troubled Concordia Place Housing Development, But Residents Are SkepticalCBS 2 exposed horrid living conditions at Concordia Place. And now as to the upgrade plan, tenants had one question when they talked to CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas – what took so long?
Lowe's Hiring Tuesday With In-Store ApplicationsYou can apply in person at Lowe's stores Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Applicants don't need a resume or reservation, but there is more information on the Lowe's website.