Capone Items Go For $3 Million At AuctionAl Capone may have died nearly 75 years ago, but last weekend, interest in his prized material possessions fetched millions at auction. Katie Johnston reports.
'Red Angel' Dedicated In Chinatown To Community Activist Bernie WongA new work of art in Chinatown is paying tribute to a woman who worked to improve the lives of Asian Americans.
More Chicago Businesses Facing Citations For Not Following City's Mask MandateBetween Thursday and Sunday, the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection cited five establishments for not enforcing the city's mask mandate.
Chicago Weather: Cloudy For Sox First PitchCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a look at the extended forecast.
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden Arriving In Chicago Tuesday For Hispanic Heritage MonthHer visit is part of a series of conversations with the Hispanic community during Hispanic Heritage Month.
White Sox Trying To Avoid Elimination In Game 4, Carlos Rodon Starts Vs AstrosAfter bouncing back for a big win on Sunday, can the White Sox beat the Astros again on Tuesday, and force a winner-take-all Game 5 in the American League Division Series? CBS 2 sports director Marshall Harris reports the pressure is still on the White Sox to avoid playoff elimination.
5 Alderman Pushing For The Return Of E-Scooters In ChicagoChicago started testing e-scooters in 2019. They got a second pilot program in 2020. Now five aldermen want the riders to return.
More Cancellations For Southwest Airlines Amid Staffing ShortageSouthwest Airlines canceled more than 1,800 flights nationwide on Sunday, blaming the weather and air traffic control issues, but sources tell CBS News a Southwest staffing shortfall this weekend was a factor in why so many of their flights were grounded.
69th Annual Columbus Day Parade Kicks Off Downtown; Indigenous Peoples Day Rally In Rogers ParkThe Cook County board has delayed a vote to rename the holiday. A protest rally was planned for Monday afternoon at 10 a.m. in Pottawattomie Park located in Rogers Park.
Finding A Lifeline: NeuroBalance Center Helps Neurological Disease Survivors Live Best LivesWe often take the simple ability to move our bodies for granted, but movement can be a huge challenge for people with serious neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. A center in the northwest suburbs is helping change that.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: JustineJustine is the PAWS Dog of the Week: She is a loveable one-year-old Labrador mix looking for that special forever home.
Chicago Firefighter Michael Pickering Dies Of COVID-19A Chicago firefighter has died after contracting COVID-19, the fourth such active-duty COVID death in the department. Katie Johnston reports.
2's Got Your Ticket: Songs For NobodiesCBS 2 entertainment reporter Vince Gerasole shines a spotlight on "Songs For Nobodies" highlighting the works of Judy Garland, Billie Holiday, Patsy Cline, Edith Piaf and Maria Callas.
Sox Ready To Welcome Fans Back SundayRegardless of what happens Friday in game two, the Sox can't wait to return the South Side for their first home playoff game in well over a decade.
Another Spill Closes Indiana Dunes In Portage; U.S. Steel InvestigatingThe spill is creating a near invisible oily sheen on Lake Michigan near the U.S. Steel Plant.
New Independent Monitor Report On Chicago Police Consent Decree ReleasedThe latest report of the City of Chicago's policing reform efforts has been released. 
Restaurant Owners Ask President Biden To Add $60 Billion To Restaurant Revitalization FundAs President Joe Biden visited northwest suburban Elk Grove Village on Thursday, restaurant owners in Chicago wanted him to know they’re still struggling because of COVID-19. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reports local restaurateurs said they need more federal grants, and fast.
Rev. Jackson Speaks To Students About Non ViolenceThe civil rights leader talked to students about using peaceful solutions to solve problems stemming from violence.
Chicago Businesses Get Ready For Sox Playoff GamesBusinesses fully expect Sox fans to pack the house. Bar owners said they’re hoping this provides some revenue after suffering in the pandemic.
Rainy Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Four People, Including 2 Teens, Injured In Shooting On Near North SideTwo 15-year-old boys were hit, and the another victim was a 38-year-old rideshare driver who was sitting in his parked car waiting to pick up passengers. A fourth victim, a 20-year-old male was located at Balbo and Lake Shore Drive with a gunshot wound to the torso. He is being treated in serious condition at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Debunking Myths About The Great Chicago Fire 150 Years LaterIt’s been 150 years since the Great Chicago Fire, but some of the details are still up for debate. CBS 2’s Jim Williams spoke with Paul Durica of the Newberry Library for some clarity.
Carjacking In AvondaleThree men carjacked another man in the Avondale neighborhood.
Recall Of At-Home COVID TestsTest maker Ellume said it is recalling dozens of lots that were shipped to retailers like Walmart, CVS, Target and Amazon between April and August of this year.

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