CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports the village manager of Chicago Ridge may be facing charges from Thursday night's hit-and-run that left a man injured and in a hospital.
City Lawyers Ask For More Time To Respond To Enforcement Action On Chicago Police Consent DecreeThere was more stalling from the City of Chicago on Tuesday when it comes to making changes to how Chicago police execute search warrants.
Chicago Weather: Lake-Effect Snow To PersistCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021.
If You Get A 1099-G Form, And You've Never Applied For Unemployment, You May Be A Victim Of FraudIf you get a 1099-G form in the mail, but you never applied for unemployment benefits, someone else may have in your name. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Chicago Man Accused In Scheme To Steal, Sell COVID-19 Relief ChecksA man was indicted on federal charges this week on charges that that he conspired with his U.S. Postal worker brother to sell government stimulus checks that were stolen from the mail.
Video Shows Kyle Rittenhouse And His Mother In Interrogation RoomNewly released-video shows Antioch teen Kyle Rittenhouse being interviewed by police, hours after the 17-year-old is accused of shooting three people during the unrest in Kenosha over the summer. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Teen Arrested In Bucktown Carjacking In Which Man Was ShotChicago Police have said juvenile offenders are largely behind the spike in carjackings lately, and they said Tuesday night that a teen has been arrested in a Bucktown carjacking in which a family’s screams were caught on camera.
Carjackers Target Men Getting Gas In Avalon ParkThe carjackers pulled up in a stolen Mercedes Benz and then ditched it after carjacking a Dodge Durango.
Chicago Heights School District Has 400 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses For Teachers, StaffEducators in south suburban Chicago Heights already know when they’ll get the COVID-19 vaccine. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
My Block, My Hood, My City Shows Up To Shovel SnowCrews of volunteers are dragged out the shovels Tuesday to help some strangers.
CBS Executives On Leave After Allegations Of Racism, SexismCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on serious allegations regarding executives at CBS who are suspected in racist and sexist behavior.
Chicago City Leaders, Residents, Work To Find Solution To Carjacking CrisisCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on how a Chicago alderman, community residents and local business owners are working to stop carjackings which have skyrocketed in numbers over the last month.
Teachers In Wealthier School Districts Have Big Leg Up In COVID-19 Vaccine AccessThe vast majority of educators in Illinois can’t get their hands on COVID-19 vaccine – but some can. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Mayor Lightfoot, CPS CEO Janice Jackson Discuss Impasse With Teachers' UnionBecause no agreement has been reached about teachers returning to school over concerns about coronavirus safety, the Chicago Public Schools have told all students to stay home for remote learning Wednesday -- including pre-K and special education students who have already returned.
'It's Going To Be Alright;' Kyle Rittenhouse In Police Video Consoling His MotherCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports newly released video from the Antioch Police Department shows Kyle Rittenhouse, suspected of killing two people and injuring a third in Kenosha during civil unrest in that city, talking to his mother. Wendy Rittenhouse talked about her concerns with how he has been portrayed on social media.
Chicago Weather: Snow And Wind Through TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Jan. 25, 2021.
Police Hope Education Is First Line Of Defense In Fighting CarjackingsWith a dramatic spike in carjackings in Chicago, police are hoping education can provide the first line of defense.
Parents, Students Put Pressure On CPS, CTU For A Safe Return To In-Person LearningParents and students are putting on the pressure to get kids back in class.
Some Teachers Get Last-Minute COVID-19 Vaccines At Edgewater WalgreensIt turns out some Chicago teachers were fortunate enough to get the COVID-19 vaccine early. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Brothers Who Claim Rev. Michael Pfleger Abused Them Say They Want To Get Truth OutTwo brothers who came forward revealing what they say was years of sexual abuse at the hands of Father Michael Pfleger are now being accused of lying about Pfleger for financial gain. But they say their main motivation for coming forward is not money but telling the truth. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Fire Sweeps Through Pilsen ApartmentA fire sent huge flames blowing out of the windows of an apartment in Pilsen Monday evening.
Whipping Winds As Snow Picks Up DowntownSnow began to pick up along the Chicago River downtown late Monday night, as wind whipped the area and made getting around an uncomfortable proposition. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Snow Comes Down Early And Hard In Downers GroveA snowstorm was expected to intensify in the overnight hours Monday into Tuesday, but the snow came down early and hard in west suburban Downers Grove. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Faces Of COVID-19This is a look at the people we have lost to the coronavirus pandemic in Chicago and beyond in Illinois, with CBS 2's Marissa Parra.
Chicago Area Woman Says 'Be Aggressive' Trying To Get COVID-19 VaccineShe encourages people to look out for seniors who may not have computers and could miss opportunities to get the shots.