Teen Brothers From Indiana Fighting 3-Month Battle Against COVID-19One is still too sick to talk, and the other is now urging everyone to keep doing whatever possible to stop the spread of the virus. He shared their story with Morning Insider Tim McNicholas.
Chicago Auto Show Returns To McCormick PlaceThis year’s auto show won’t just be on the floor, it’ll be outside with test drives and new attractions. Indiana Avenue will be filled with food trucks and music this year.
With Lenders Less Lenient Compared With Start Of Pandemic, Man Gets Car Repossessed After Forbearance Application Is RejectedForbearance - that act of putting your debts on hold – is a word many people heard for the first time during the pandemic.
Macy's Hiring 900 Employees In Illinois. Store hiring events will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Chicago Auto Show Returns To McCormick Place; Doors Open At 9 a.m.This year’s auto show won’t just be on the floor, it’ll be outside with test drives and new attractions. Indiana Avenue will be filled with food trucks and music this year.
Two Women Were Shot During Gathering In Humboldt ParkTwo women were shot during an altercation at a social gathering in Humboldt Park.
Gusty Thunderstorms ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Illinois State Police are investigating a shooting on the Dan Ryan Expressway near 95th Street. Traffic is being diverted at 87th Street and all lanes are closed.
5 People Shot In West Garfield ParkPolice said a group of people were standing outside, on west Monroe just after midnight, when a man walked up and started shooting.
Storms Wednesday Afternoon, EveningCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
CPD Supt. David Brown Gives Update Day After Meeting With President Joe Biden On Crime Reduction"There was an emphasis amongst the group on stopping the flow of illegal guns into our cities is key solving some of the violent crimes that we are seeing," Brown said.
Hazel Crest Teacher Rewards Art Class Students With New Sneakers They Designed ThemselvesThese shoes weren't designed by Adidas or Reebok, they came straight from the students' imaginations.
Bridge Collapses In Seneca, Illinois After Overnight Flooding; Truck Nearly Falls Into CreekA bride collapsed in Seneca, Illinois Monday night after flash flooding overnight.
CPD Supt. David Brown To Provide Update Day After Meeting With President Joe Biden On Crime ReductionHe will likely talk about a new approach to stop gun trafficking. It's part of the new U.S. Department of Justice's Strike Force to target gun violence.
2 CPD Officers Injured In Bucktown By Man They Say Resisted ArrestThe officers were called to the 2100 block of North Avenue just after 10 p.m., after a report of a man with a knife.
Temperatures Climbing Tuesday; Scattered ShowersCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
CPS Opening Vaccine Clinics At 3 SchoolsStarting this week, three Chicago Public Schools buildings will begin hosting vaccination centers, to help students and families get their shot.
3 Shot In 2 Shootings At Dolton Bowling AlleyThree people were injured in two separate shooting a bowling alley in south suburban Dolton overnight.
Nonprofit Chicago House Adds Testing Van In Bid To Stop Spread Of HIV In Communities In NeedMorning Insider Tim McNicholas rode along to talk about their mission.
Dept. Of Natural Resources Tractor Struck In Hit-And-Run Crash On Lake Shore Drive Near Recreation DriveA hit-and-run crash on Lake Shore Drive is slowing down traffic in the northbound lanes, right after the Belmont exit.
Showers, Thunderstorms Chances Continue With Some Afternoon SunshineCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
President Joe Biden To Meet With CPD Supt. David Brown On Crime Reduction Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown is expected to meet with President Joe Biden at the White House Monday to talk about reducing crime.
Watchdog: Chicago Struggles To Hire Black Police OfficersThe Chicago Police Department is struggling to hire applicants that will allow it to reflect the city's racial makeup. Katie Johnston reports.
With Chicago Park District Weeks Away From Turning On All Water Fountains, Marathoners Forced To Adapt Training RegimensChicago is back open for business, but at least one thing remains closed: public water fountains.