Delta Variant Has Many Concerned About Wearing Masks AgainCBS 2 talked with Dr. Welbel about the new variant.
From Gum To Makeup, Shopping Items Making A Post COVID-19 ComebackNow the world is opening again, and our shopping habits are shifting. Morning Insider Lauren Victory shows us what's hot - and what's not - especially as people begin returning to the office.
New Illinois Gas Tax And Rising Demand Lead To Highest Prices In 7 YearsIt you're getting gas Thursday morning, you might see yet another price hike at the pump.
Meet The Leaders Fighting Hair DiscriminationWhat if you were told you can't got to work or school, because of your hair? Hair discrimination is real and it happens all over the country. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos looked into some legislation trying to stop it.
Man Fatally Shot On I-57, Crashes Near Halsted StreetIllinois State Police responded to a call about a crash in the southbound lanes and found the gunshot victim.
Hit-And-Run Leads To Shootout In South ShoreA hit-and-run led to a shootout in the South Shore neighborhood early Thursday morning.
Sunny Skies Return With Mild TemperaturesCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Woman Dead, 2 People Injured, Including 8-Year-Old Girl, After Shooting In RoselandAccording to police, two women were sitting outside on a porch in the 11300 block of South Wentworth around 1:11 a.m., when someone stepped out of a Nissan and started shooting.
In A Post COVID-19 Landscape, The Home Office Becoming PermanentCould permanent work-from-home leave some Chicago office buildings empty forever? Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside one company's decision to vacate the premises.
For One Lolla Act, Live Performance Wasn't Only Thing They Lost To COVID-19But one band that will play at Lollapalooza lost something even bigger to COVID--a family member. Morning Insider Tim McNicholas reports how their music honors that father.
Goodman Theatre Reopening Wednesday With First Performance Since PandemicThe first show to take the stage will be "School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play," the performance that was running when the pandemic hit.
Fatal Crash Involving 2 Trucks Shuts Down I-294 Near 75th StreetAll southbound lanes are closed on I-294 near 75th Street after a fatal crash involving two semi trucks Wednesday morning.
2 Men Shot While Standing On Sidewalk In Humboldt ParkAt 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, police said someone came out from an alley, in the 1500 block of North St. Louis Avenue, and started shooting.
Emergency Crews Continue To Battle Industrial Fire In MorrisAt 11:42 a.m. Tuesday, the Morris Fire Department was called to the 900 block of East Benton Street for a fire at the old Federal Paper Board building, which was being used to store a large quantity of lithium batteries.
Statue Honoring Ida B. Wells Will Be Unveiled In BronzevilleThe "Light of Truth" sculpture is located at 37th Street and Langley Avenue in Bronzeville where Wells lived, worked and raised her family.
Scattered Showers, Thunderstorms Wednesday AfternoonCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Non-Profit Genesys Works Building Career Paths For Youth In Underserved NeighborhoodsThese incoming seniors just wrapped up a virtual orientation for Genesys Works, a program that connects Chicago kids with hands-on job experience. Once they complete summer training, they land paid internships--20 hours a week for 10 months.
Woman Never Knew Her Big Sis, But Discovery Of 1930s Film Reel Helps Ease That LossA local mystery - solved. Lauren Victory shares how we tracked down her family.
Concern Grows About Upcoming July 4th Holiday ViolenceConcern is growing as we are just days away from the Fourth of July holiday weekend, a weekend known for violence.
FAA Delays Approval For Boeing 777 Due To Hardware, Software ChangesThe administration is pushing back approval since the Chicago-based company is changing the plane's software and hardware.
Flash Flood Warning In Effect; Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain TuesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Parents Of Children With Special Needs Say Porter County Education Services Denying Medical Professionals In Classrooms,A little girl with special needs is at the center of a days-long legal fight that begins Monday morning in Northwest Indiana. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory sat down with several moms who feel ignored.
Chicago City Leaders To Go For Training On Dealing With Overgrown Vacant Lots Next YearBut that is not happening until 2022 - and after getting nowhere with the City, frustrated taxpayers told CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas they want solutions now.
4 Injured In Crash In Belmont CraginFour people were injured in a crash in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood Monday morning.