CPS To Allow Most Winter Sports Competitions ThursdayChicago Public Schools is going ahead with winter sports Thursday.
'Mission Unstoppable' On CBS Encouraging Girls In STEMIf you can see it, you can be it. That's especially true when it comes to girls and careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Career Coach: Interview SkillsCBS 2 is Working For Chicago and working with a career coach every week to bring you advice for your job search.
Youngest CPS Students And Teachers Return To Classrooms ThursdayThousands of the youngest Chicago Public School students and their teachers are heading back to their classrooms Thursday.
Chicago's New Indoor Dining Plan Starts ThursdayRestaurants hoping for looser indoor dining restrictions just in time for Valentine's Day are being let down by the fine print.
With Live Entertainment Allowed Again, But With Strict Capacity Limits, Theaters And Performers Wonder Is It Worth It?Live entertainment is allowed in Illinois theaters now, but the audience is capped at 50 people.
Cold Day With Snow Showers AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Woodstock Family Embraces Cold, Snow To Create Camping IglooThe igloo took five days to build. Despite the cold, the dad and two sons were determined to sleep in the igloo. They almost made it the whole night!
Chicago Teacher Union Holding Virtual Shiva To Honor Former President Karen LewisThe Jewish tradition offers mourners a chance to share memories and offer condolences.
Field Museum Exhibit Tells Story Of Barrier-Breaking Taxidermist Carl CottonCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shares the story of a taxidermist who didn't let anything stop him from his dream.
Vaccination Clinic Expanding To DuPage County FairgroundsStarting Wednesday, the health department is moving its community vaccination clinic to the DuPage County Fairgrounds in Wheaton.
The Nora Project Promoting Random Acts Of Kindness During Friendship FebruaryFriendship February is all about using acts of kindness to combat isolation and loneliness during the pandemic.
2 Dead, 1 Injured After Car Flips Over, Strikes Light Pole On Dan Ryan Expressway Near 63rd StreetTwo people died and another was seriously injured in a crash on the Dan Ryan Expressway Tuesday night.
CTU, CPS Reach Agreement On Return To In-Person LearningThe Chicago Teachers Union has voted to approve a plan for returning to in-person learning.
License Plate Mix-Up Causes Honda Accord Owner To Get Tickets For Semi's Unpaid TollsHe’s been ticketed over and over in different states, even though he’s been home in western suburbs the whole time.
Snow On The Way WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
City Goes To Court Tuesday To Keep Police Misconduct Records SealedTuesday, lawyers for the city will ask an appellate judge to reverse a lower court's decision and allow the records to remain sealed. That court hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m.
Chicago Teachers Union To Vote On Deal For Returning To ClassLate Monday night, the Chicago Teacher's Union agreed to let their members vote on a new "tentative deal." This deal includes more teacher vaccinations and conditions to close public schools if there's a spike in COVID cases.
Grace Point Place Memory Care Residents Make Valentines For First Responders, And They'll Be Receiving Valentines TooResidents of a memory care facility in the southwest suburbs wanted to show their support for a group that hasn't stopped working in the outside world.
Another Cold Day; Snow Ahead WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Fire Destroys Melrose Park MotelA fired destroyed a motel in Melrose Park and injured a woman early Monday morning.
Karen Lewis, Former CTU President, DiesFormer Chicago Teachers' Union President Karen Lewis has died.
Sisters In Cinema Media Arts Center Opening In South Shore MondayThe arts are expanding on Chicago's South Side.
Chicago Man Changes Career Amid Pandemic To Help Support FamilyWe want to introduce you to Alex Rodriquez who lost his job and was able to reinvent himself by finding a whole new career.