Two former students at the University of Illinois are accusing former professor Gary Xu of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M., Oct. 20, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your forecast.
Chicago Priests Pledge Support To Border ChapelThe United States Border Patrol says La Lomita Chapel in Mission, Texas is in the way of a planned border wall. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Chicago Mobster Joey 'The Clown' Lombardo DiesThe Chicago Outfit figure was a jokester, but federal prosecutors said he was also a ruthless killer.
Police Chase Ends In Fatal Crash In Fox LakeThe police chase started in Genoa City, Wisconsin and crossed the state line.
CTU Reports Some 'Wins' As Strike ContinuesChicago Public Schools will be out again on Monday, but the Chicago Teachers Union reported some 'wins' in negotiations amid the strike. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
1982: Lombardo, Others Convicted In Teamsters Bribery CaseJoey "The Clown" Lombardo, Teamsters President Roy Williams, and three others were convicted of trying to bribe a U.S. Senator in 1982. CBS 2's John Drummond reports in this Dec. 15, 1982 video clip.
1983: Mob Case In Court After Allen Dorfman Is MurderedJoey "The Clown" Lombardo was convicted along with Teamsters President Roy Williams and insurance exec Allen Dorfman of trying to bribe a U.S. Senator in 1982. Dorfman was later murdered. CBS 2's I.J. Hudson has this report from Jan. 26, 1983.
2007: Reputed Mobsters Convicted In Family Secrets TrialJoey 'The Clown' Lombardo was among five defendants convicted in the Operation Family Secrts racketeering and murder trial. CBS 2's John Drummond reports in this Sept. 10, 2007 file clip.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5:30 P.M., Oct. 20, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your forecast.
Harvest Fest Raises Money To Feed The HungryCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini emceed the event to feed the hungry in DuPage County.
Chicago Police Officers, Firefighters Honored At 'Blue Mass'Parishioners applauded for officers and firefighters at St. Stanislaus Kostka Roman Catholic Church
Student Athletes Plead To Play Amid Teachers' StrikeWIth the Chicago teachers' strike jeopardizing their playoff runs, some student soccer players are pleading with state officials to let them play. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Teachers' Strike: School Unlikely On MondayThe Chicago Teachers Union and the city sat down again for a bargaining session at Malcolm X College on Sunday. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Inspector General To Investigate Incident With Supt. JohnsonThe Chicago Inspector General's office will investigate an incident in which police Supt. Eddie Johnson was found slumped over the wheel of his car. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Keonte Griffin Sentenced To 6 Years For Shooting Burlington Security OfficerA Glendale Heights man accused of shooting a security officer at a Burlington store in Bloomingdale has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 ChildrenAlyssa Shepherd could get up to 21 years in prison for fatally hitting three siblings with a pickup as they walked to board their school bus.
CTU, City More Optimistic After Latest NegotiationsThe Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools continue to negotiate a contract amid a teachers strike.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10PM 10-18-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Family Of Woman Convicted In Deerfield Murder Says She's Innocent In New Book“They made her seem like this jealous, violent woman, and she was the exact opposite."
Police Search For Man Who Stole Vehicle With Kids InsideThe children were found unharmed by officers in the 4300 block of North McVicker.
Supt. Johnson Told Mayor, But Not Reporters, He Was Drinking Before He Was Found In His CarPolice sources say several protocols weren't followed, like calling for an ambulance when someone is found in the condition Johnson was.
Superintendent Tells Mayor He Had A Few Drinks Before Medical EpisodeThe latest on what happened to Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson when he was in a police vehicle. He said he was sleeping. A witness said he was slumped over. Johnson told the mayor he had been drinking before being found.
CTU: 'We're Close' On Negotiations With The CityAs day two of the Chicago teachers strike comes to a close, both the CTU and CPS failed to come to an agreement on various proposals. Both sides said they're continue negotiations through the weekend.
Bus Zone Expansion Plan Unveiled, But Enforcement Still An IssueThe mayor has just released a $20 million plan to study and expand bus priority zones.