Chicago Public Schools Bus Companies Were Fined $270,000 For Violations Last YearFrom late buses to skipped inspections, CBS 2's Morning Insiders have discovered Chicago Public Schools fined busing companies more than $272,000 dollars last school year for various shortcomings.
New Preschool Proposal Has Some Norwood Park Residents Concerned About Traffic CongestionSome people in Norwood Park are not happy about a preschool Chicago Public Schools is planning to build in the area.
Two Teens Killed In Hammond Crash With Semi TruckHammond, Indiana, police are investigating a crash between a car and a semi truck that killed two teens shortly before 10 p.m. Monday night.
Historic Masonic Temple Catches Fire Overnight In AuroraThe Illinois Masonic Temple in Aurora went up in flames late Monday night, and firefighters are still working to put out the fire.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 6 a.m. 10-7-19CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Clocks Outside Ogilvie Transportation Center Not Working, Off TimeCBS 2's Yasmeen Hassan tried to track down who is responsible for the clocks outside Ogilvie with no luck. One clock has no hands at all, and the other is running more than 10 minutes fast.
Police Refuse To Turn Over Bodycam Video As Another Family Claims They Were Subjected To Wrong RaidThey call it the blue wall of silence – police refusing to turn over critical body camera video to a family whose home was wrongly raided. This comes as a new family comes forward to CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini, saying they also are victims of wrong raids.
After Unexpected Gift, Montford Point Marines Saving Their Once-Endangered Chapter Hall In EnglewoodThe Montford Point Marine Association has been given the go-ahead to start the road to recovery for a deteriorating veterans hall founded by the nation’s first black Marines.
Video Shows Moments Before SUV Plowed Into Family In Waukegan, Leaving Man DeadVideo shows the horrific scene when a driver plowed into a family in a Waukegan parking lot last week – claiming the life of a man in his 40s and hospitalizing several others.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 6 A.M. 10-04-19CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Strictly Sealcoating Says Impostors Are Trying To Cash In On Their Driveway Company's Name And ReputationThe Morning Insiders spotted a social media post of a family-owned company pleading for help. Strictly Sealcoating said a group of men is using their business’ name and reputation to rip off people across the far western suburbs.
Off-Duty Nurse Helps Driver Shot In Forehead By Stray Gunfire"I go to the driver side and I see the guy is bleeding, so I grabbed a teddy bear and I placed it on his forehead," Ivan Escobar said.
Thieves Break Into Hegewisch Auto Shipping Lot, Steal 3 CarPolice said four men drove the stolen cars away, while a fifth man who drove them through a security fence.
Fatal Crash In Indiana Leaves Car Wedged Under Semi-TruckA fatal crash on I-80/94 in Indiana left a car wedged underneath a semi-truck early Friday morning.
No Plans To Make Up Lost School Days At CPS If Teachers StrikeMayor Lori Lightfoot spoke to reporters at City Hall on Thursday, a day after the Chicago Teachers Union set an Oct. 17 strike deadline if they don't have a tentative contract agreement. The mayor said there's no plan to make up lost school days if teachers walk off the job, but there is a contingency plan to keep school buildings open during a possible strike.
Closing Arguments In Tyshawn Lee Murder TrialAfter nearly two weeks of testimony, closing arguments will begin Thursday morning in the trial of two men accused of the execution-style murder of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee in 2015.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 5 a.m. 10-3-19CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Chicago Police Officers Questioned On Video For Lawsuit About Raiding Wrong HomeFor the first time, Chicago Police officers are talking about why they raided the home of an innocent family.
Albany Park Resident Wants City To Take Action On Problem IntersectionRick Young says his complaints about an intersection in his Albany Park neighborhood are falling on deaf ears. CBS 2 Morning Insider explains why his alderman is asking him to make even more noise.
Chicago Teachers Strike Date Looming; Mayor Lightfoot To CommentChicago teachers on Wednesday voted to pick a date of Thursday, Oct. 17 to start a strike, should they not reach an agreement with the Chicago Public Schools before that day.
Heavy Overnight Rain Brings Flooding And Road ClosuresFlooding and standing water is blocking roads around the Chicago area and impacting the morning commute Thursday after heavy overnight rain.
Six Centenarians Celebrate 100 Years With Oak Park CelebrationThe six residents celebrating their 100th birthdays at Belmont Village in Oak Park were treated to a dinner in their honor. CBS 2 wishes them a happy birthday!
CBS 2 Weather Watch 6 a.m. 10-2-19CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Will Apple's New AirDrop Features Deter Cyber Flashing? Chicago Victims Hope SoIt's called cyber flashing; the act of sending someone an unwanted sexual picture. Several women told CBS 2 they've been targeted through Apple's AirDrop feature.