Frigid Temps Forcing COVID Centers To ResetCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports COVID testing sites in Chicago are changing their hours because of the brutally cold temps.
New Security Cameras Installed In 19th WardNewer, high quality public safety cameras are being installed in the 19th Ward. This includes the Beverly, Mount Greenwood and Morgan Park neighborhoods.
Illinois Alum Nick Allegretti Helps Kansas City Chiefs Reach 2nd Super Bowl; ‘Gonna Go Take Care Of This’Offensive lineman Nick Allegretti had a big hand in helping the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs punch their ticket to Tampa and back-to-back Super Bowls.
Lightfoot, CPS Make 'Last, Best, And Final Offer' To CTU On School Reopening PlanDespite Mayor Lori Lightfoot saying she had run out of patience with the Chicago Teachers Union, and wanted a deal to reopen schools by the end of the day on Thursday, no agreement has been reached, and the mayor and Chicago Public Schools officials delivered another ultimatum on Friday.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: BreezyBreezy is the cute PAWS Pet of the Week. He's an adorable husky mix looking for that special forever home.
Health Care Workers Get Special DonationCOVID-19 has put a huge amount stress on health care workers. Now a concerned organization is stepping up to help.
Chicago Librarians Want COVID VaccineCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports while Mayor Lightfoot designates library employees as essential workers, they are not on the list to get the vaccine under Phase 1B.
Chicago Weather: More Snow Today, Then Long Stretch Of Frigid ConditionsCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
Man Dead, 80-Year-Old Woman In Critical Condition After Fire In EnglewoodAn 80-year-old woman was taken to the same hospital with smoke inhalation in critical condition.
Lightfoot Wants A Deal With CTU Today To Reopen Schools, Says Her Patience Is UpSaying her patience with Chicago Teachers Union leadership has run out, Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday said she wants to get a deal done to reopen Chicago Public Schools by the end of the day, blaming the union for the lack of an agreement so far.
Judge Refuses To Toss McDonald's Lawsuit Against Former CEOA Delaware judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Chicago-based McDonald's against former CEO Stephen Easterbrook. McDonald's ousted Easterbrook in 2019 after he admitted having an inappropriate relationship with an employee. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Rain And Snow Mix For ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a check on the extended forecast.
Chicago Food Distribution EventThe Zakat Foundation hosted the event Wednesday morning at Ace Amandia Charter High School" at 68th and Washtenaw in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood.
Man Charged In January Carjacking In UptownPolice said Dumareah Johmel Taylor, of the Austin neighborhood, has been charged with one felony count of aggravated vehicular hijacking with a firearm.
City Opening Warming Centers As Deep Freeze ApproachesThe city of Chicago is warning about dangerous cold coming later this week.
Indiana Lawmakers Discuss 1st Cigarette Tax Hike Since 2007Indiana could increase its cigarette tax for the first time in more than a decade and impose a new state tax on vaping liquids under a proposal taken up Monday by state lawmakers. Katie Johnston reports.
3 Injured After Driver Flees Traffic Stop, Crashes Into 3 CarsA driver was critically injured Tuesday night when he crashed into three other vehicles while fleeing a traffic stop in Aurora. Two others were injured in the crash.
Two Groundhogs Tell Two ForecastsWoodstock Willie did not see his shadow on Tuesday, which means we are on track for an early spring. But Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog predicts otherwise.
Chicago Weather: In The Double Digits For NowCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis takes a look at the extended forecast.
Lightfoot Welcomes Naperville Native Candace Parker To The Chicago SkyOn Tuesday morning, Mayor Lori Lightfoot, a one-time high school point guard herself, welcomed the proud Naperville native to the city.
Part Of Aragon Ballroom Wall Collapses, Disrupting Nearby CTA TrainsA section of the wall at the historic Aragon Ballroom collapsed Tuesday morning, sending debris on to the nearby CTA tracks, disrupting service on the Red and Purple lines.
Chicago's South Side Irish Parade Canceled For Second Year In A RowThis is the second year in a row the parade has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.
Chicago Public Schools And Chicago Teachers Union 'Cooling Off' As Reopening Talks ContinueMayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Public Schools have backed off for now on threats to lock out teachers who don't show up in schools as the two sides continue negotiations on an agreement to resume in-person classes. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Facebook Page Connecting West Town Residents In Search Of Carjacking SolutionsChicago resident Sam Royko has been pushing for answers ever since his girlfriend Erin was the victim of a carjacking just over two weeks ago.