CBS 2's Chris Tye reports a new federal indictment has been handed down against embattled singer R. Kelly in Chicago, adding a new sexual abuse victim not mentioned in the original case, but removing another victim from the charges.
Evanston Friends, Neighbors Hold Parade To Honor Hecky PowellIn Evanston grateful friends and neighbors said goodbye to a beloved businessman with a parade in honor of restaurant owner Hecky Powell.
Authorities Identify Teen Killed In South Side ShootingDarnell Fisher, 16, was killed in the shooting in Washington Park late Saturday.
4-Year-Old Falls From Fourth Floor Window In Humboldt ParkA 4-year-old girl is in critical condition after falling out of a fourth floor window in Humboldt Park Saturday.
Trees Down In Joliet Following Severe StormsSevere storms are affecting most of the Chicago area. A tornado watch has been issued for the Chicago area until 8 p.m.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 2,352 New COVID-19 Cases, 75 Additional DeathsThe total number of cases has now reached 107,796 with the announcement of 2,352 new confirmed cases.
Chicago Police In High Gear On Memorial Day Traffic Enforcement Even During Stay-At-Home OrderIt's Memorial Day weekend, and Chicago police are urging driver to buckle up and slow down. They are in high gear on a traffic enforcement mission.
8,600 ComEd Customers Without Power; Severe Storms Across Chicago AreaSevere storms and flooding are affecting much of the Chicago area and have left 8,600 ComEd customers without power.
Chicago Weather: Tracking Severe Storms, Tornado WatchesCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis is tracking severe storms as they make their way through the Chicago area.
Wheaton Native Kevin Streelman Prepares For PGA ReturnThe PGA Tour is set to return in three weeks with what they call strict safety protocols that include no fans for at least the first four events and COVID-19 tests for all players and caddies.
Chicago Weather: Visibility Dropping With Dense FogCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, May 22, 2020.
Elgin School Won't Allow Parade For Seniors On School PropertyStudents and parents in Elgin were planning a car parade past the high school to celebrate graduating seniors, but the school told them to take their honk and circumstance somewhere else.
Chicago Plans To Let Businesses That Have Outdoor Seating ReopenLimited to takeout and delivery for months, some say city hall has the power to make reopening easier and staying open a reality for restaurants.
Illinois Easing Restrictions May 29; Chicago Will Wait Until Early JuneMayor Lori Lightfoot is still holding off on opening the lakefront out of concern the virus will spread, but is there any evidence of that actually happening?
Belmont Cragin Church To Continue Defying Pritzker's OrderChurch leaders who have been defying the stay-at-home order are taking a small victory lap after the president said places of worship are essential businesses.
On The Run: Man Wanted For Deadly Crash In WheelingWheeling police are still searching for a man wanted for questioning in connection to a murder and crash Wednesday.
Lyft Driver Charged With Sexually Assaulting Passenger In ChicagoA Lyft driver has been charged with sexually assaulting a passenger in Chicago.
Police Chase Ends In Crash On Chicago's Near West SideA dramatic police chase through parts of Rosemont ended in a crash on the Near West Side of Chicago Friday night.
Jerry Sloan, 'The Original Bull' And Hall Of Fame Utah Jazz Coach, Dies At 78CBS 2 News at 5:00 p.m.
Wheaton Native Kevin Streelman Prepares For PGA In Three WeeksThe PGA Tour is set to return in three weeks with what they call strict safety protocols that include no fans for at least the first four events and COVID-19 tests for all players and caddies.
PCook County To Release Addresses Of Confirmed COVID-19 Patients To First RespondersFirst responders at suburban police departments like in Hazel Crest say the list is crucial for their safety. Meanwhile residents argue it is an invasion of their medical privacy.
Chicago Police Prepare To Fight Memorial Day Weekend Crime, Hope Stay-At-Home Order Keeps Violence LowBeaches like North Avenue will remain closed, so the though and hope is that violence wont be as high with people at home. But police aren't taking any chances.
With Systems Overwhelmed, Thieves Using Past Security Breaches To Rip Off Unemployment BenefitsCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker reports, IDES is dealing with high call volumes as over one million people have filed unemployment claims.
Remembering Evanston's Hecky PowellCBS 2's Vince Gerasole has this remembrance of philanthropist and the owner of Hecky's barbecue, Hecky Powell, who succumbed to COVID-19.
Reopening For Phase 3CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov breaks down what will and what will not open once the COVID-19 Phase 3 reopening date begins in early June.