Chicago Botanic Garden Will Charge Admission For First TimeStarting in January, Chicago Botanic Garden visitors will be charged on a sliding scale from around $10 to $26.
Rain, Thunderstorms Return MondayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
More Than A Dozen People Injured In 2 Mass Shootings OvernightTwo mass shootings left over a dozen people injured. The shootings took place in the Chicago Lawn and South Shore neighborhoods.
Woman Killed, 5 Others Wounded In Mass Shooting In South ShorePolice said at 8:44 p.m., six people were all standing outside when a black sport-utility vehicle passed by and someone inside shot them all.
11 People Struck, 1 Fatally, In Chicago Lawn Mass Shooting, Officials SayEleven people were struck, one fatally, late Sunday night in a mass shooting in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood, officials said.
Chicago Parking Meters Sued In Federal Court Over Alleged Monopoly ContractThe lawsuit filed in federal court is looking to become a class-action suit, on behalf of all of the city's drivers, to end the city's exclusive 75-year deal.
No-Hitter No. 7: Cubs Blank Dodgers, Tie MLB Season RecordThe four Cubs combined for the seventh no-hitter in the majors this year, matching the most in a season since 1900, as Chicago blanked the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 Thursday night.
Owner Of 5 Pepe's Restaurant Franchises Sentenced For False Corporate Tax ReturnsThe owner of five Chicago area Pepe’s Restaurant franchises was sentenced to a year and three months in federal prison this week for filing false corporate tax returns – so as to underreport $2.5 million in gross receipts and sales. Katie Johnston reports.
Joliet Man Loses All His Bitcoin After Fraudster Hijacks His Phone Number Hacks His AccountsAll of a Joliet man's Bitcoin went poof, gone, vanished, after a hacker got into his accounts and drained the cryptocurrency.
Banking History Going On Display As New Centier Bank Museum Is Set To Open In Whiting, IndianaThe museum features the arched entrance from the first Bank of Whiting which is the former name of Centier Bank. Henry Schrage founded the company is 1895 on 119th Street.
'Work-Share Illinois' Helping Workers Who Are Partially Laid Off By EmployersA new state program will make it possible for workers to collect unemployment while on the job and help businesses slowly get back on their feet.
City Council To Meet Again Friday With Renaming Lake Shore Drive On AgendaAfter months of back and forth and one wild meeting Wednesday, aldermen are expected to vote on renaming Lake Shore Drive to DuSable Drive.
Heavy Rain, Thunderstorms FridayCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
Faced With Multiple Accusations Of Sex Abuse, Former Hockey Coach Tom Adrahtas Says, 'It's Not True'CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini tracked down the coach, Tom "Chico" Adrahtas, outside his gated, Florida home surrounded by palm trees. Adrahtas was wearing a Chicago Cubs 2016 championship t-shirt and taking out trash.
For These Two Standout Students, Their Achievements Speak VolumesTwo of the top young speakers in the nation live right here in the south suburbs of Chicago.
Man Carjacked In River NorthChicago police said a 29-year-old man was sitting in his parked Range Rover, near Illinois and Rush streets around 1:45 a.m., when four armed men demanded his vehicle.
Cook County Nurses Set To Strike Thursday Over Staffing IssuesThe nurses are taking to the picket lines after recent contract talks broke down. They said too many hospitals are running on reduced staff, and it's negatively impacting patient care.
Chicago's Violence Makes National News With Federal Plan Of ActionChicago's violence made national news again Wednesday, but this time there is a federal plan of action.
Scattered Showers, Thunderstorms ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Chicago Ticket Mixup Prevents Evanston Man From Earning Money As Rideshare DriverA name was enough to keep an Evanston man from earning money as a rideshare driver. He says the City of Chicago mixed him up with another guy with a similar name who owes thousands in old tickets.
14-Year-Old Shot In The Foot While Standing Outside In West Garfield ParkPolice said the shooting took place just before 2 a.m. in the 3800 block of West Adams Street. The victim did not see the offender and did not see where the shot came from.
Attempted Robbery Ends With Bullet Shattering CTA Blue Line Window In Garfield ParkChicago police said a man with a gun tried to rob another passenger around 2:30 a.m. The victim fought him off, but the attempted robber fired a shot and hit the window.
Fire At Citibank Branch In The Loop Leaves 1 Person InjuredFire and smoke filled the Citibank attached to the Cook County building in The Loop early Wednesday morning.
Showers Wednesday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.