Deadly Shooting During Party At Rented Barrington Hills HomeA man was found dead at a house in Barrington Hills after police responded to a call for shots fired.
Classes Cancelled Until March 18 At Vaughn Occupational High SchoolClasses at Vaughn Occupational High School are cancelled until March 18 -- a full five days later than originally announced on Friday after a school aide tested positive for coronavirus.
DePaul Women's Basketball Holds Women Empowerment CeremonySunday is International Women's Day. The DePaul women's basketball team got a jump start on the occasion.
What Caught My Eye, Sunday March 8, 2020CBS 2's Suzanne LeMignot and Tim McGill discuss what caught their eyes this week.
Chicago Weather: Soggy Week With Chance For Spring SnowCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the Realtime Weather forecast for 7 a.m. Saturday, March 8, 2020.
'It Could Damage His Lungs So Bad He Wouldn't Make It': Mom Of Student At Chicago School Shuttered Due To CoronavirusClasses at Vaughn Occupational High School are cancelled until March 18 -- a full five days later than originally announced on Friday after a school aide tested positive for coronavirus.
CPS Sterilizes Vaughn Occupational High School After Aide Infected With CoronavirusWhile more classes have been canceled at a Chicago school exposed to the coronavirus, the teachers union is questioning if district cost cutting could play a role in the spread of the virus.
Chicago Weather: Warm WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the 8 a.m. forecast for Saturday, March 7, 2020.
6 Shot In East Chatham, Car Linked To Shooting Crashes On Dan RyanChicago police say six people were shot on the 900 block of East 79th Street shortly after 4:30 Saturday morning. They say the people had left a party and were standing outside when a gray Dodge Charger pulled up, and someone fired shots.
Chicago Area Resident Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Cook County Department Of Public Health ConfirmsA patient in the Chicago area has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Cook County Department of Public Health.
First Day Of Meteorological Spring Brings Week Of WarmthCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, March 1, 2020.
Seafood Alternatives For Meatless Fridays During LentIt's the first Sunday of Lent, and if you're taking part in meatless Fridays, you might be looking for different options from the typical fish fry or cheese pizza.
New Ambulance Design By MedEx and Black Fire Brigade To Recruit EMS PersonnelThe unique ambulance has smoky black and gray colors, a city skyline, and a mix of MedEx and Black Fire Brigade logos.
Loyola Students Studying Abroad In Rome Must Return To United StatesLoyola says all students studying abroad in Rome must return as the number of coronavirus cases in Italy grows.
Murders And Shootings Are Up For February According To CPD Crime StatisticsThe city had 34 murders last month. That's 10 more murders than in February of 2019 -- a 41% increase.
Gurnee Police, Ambulances Called To Gurnee Mills Mall For Possible StabbingPolice and ambulances showed up at the Gurnee Mills Mall after unconfirmed reports of a stabbing Saturday night.
Man Dies After Falling Between CTA Train Cars At Roosevelt StationEmergency crews arrived on the scene around 11 p.m. where the 41-year-old fell between the passenger cars as the train began to move.
Robbery Suspects Arrested After Crashing Jeep In RoselandTwo robbery suspects are in custody after crashing into s house while trying to escape Illinois State Police in Chicago's Roseland neighborhood, authorities confirm.
Third Case Of Coronavirus In Chicago AreaThat case comes on the same day at the first reported death from the virus in the United States. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Police Search For Driver In Deadly Hit And Run in Garfield ParkPolice are looking for the driver of a white 2014 Chrysler 300 that hit and killed a bicyclist near Hamlin and Lake in Garfield Park.
CBS Legal Analyst Reviews Video Of CTA Police ShootingThe Cook County State's Attorney's Office said it is considering "possible criminal charges" after a Chicago police officer shot a man inside the Grand station.
'No Reason To Panic' After First Coronavirus Death In United States President Donald Trump said there is "no reason to panic" after the first American has died from the coronavirus.
Ed's Driveway: 2020 Volkswagen PassatThe Volkswagen Passat is redesigned for 2020 and is a striking change from the Passat of yesteryear.
Warmup Ahead With Temperatures Above Normal ExpectedCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the RealTime Weather forecast for 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.