From Comb To Home: Bensenville Man's Honey Business Shaking Up IndustryYou’ve heard of “Farm to Table.” At heaven’s honey, it’s “From Comb to Home.”
Chicago Weather: Frigid Valentine's Weekend Could Be Coldest EverCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 8 a.m. forecast for Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021.
Bitter Cold Affecting COVID-19 Vaccination SitesThe Chicago area got hit with another round of snow on Saturday – making for another frustrating weekend for some people.
Chicago Weather: Wind Chills As Low As -30 Sunday; Bitter Cold Continues Through The WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021.
Officer Dies From COVID-19 At Great Lakes Naval BaseThe United States Navy confirmed COVID-19 has claimed the life of an officer of the Great Lakes Naval Station near North Chicago.
Rideshare Driver Carjacked At Gunpoint In West TownChicago police are searching for two carjackers who held a rideshare driver at gunpoint and then stole his vehicle in West Town Friday night.
Homicide Suspect Arrested After Chase, Two Car CrashesChicago police have a man in custody after they say he shot and killed someone then crashed into two cars while trying to get away Friday night.
1 Dead, Multiple People Shot At Bloomingdale HotelOne person is dead and at least three other people are injured after an overnight shooting at a hotel in west suburban Bloomingdale.
Chicago Weather: Snow Comes Ahead Of Wind Chills As Low As -30CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021.
20-Year-Old's Clothing Line Raises Awareness For Mental HealthJake Lavin lost his schoolmate Nick Spaid to suicide in 2017. Now Lavin is making it his mission to end the stigma behind mental illness through The Happiness Project.
Heavy Snow Creating Difficult Travel Conditions In Chicago AreaWhether driving or walking, the heavy snowfall in the Chicago area will likely be a significant challenge for those looking to get out Sunday as the snow keeps falling.
Chicago Weather: Snow Continues; Wind Brings Blowing, Drifting And Visibility ProblemsCBS 2 Meteorologists Ed Curran and May Kay Kleist have the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021.
Indiana Troopers Shoot At Car To End I-80 Chase After Suspect Rams Police VehiclesIndiana State Police fired shots at a car they were chasing on Interstate 80 and then arrested the suspect in Gary Friday night.
Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union Continue Negotiations Over Return To In-Person LearningAfter a week of negotiations between the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public School over teachers and students returning to in-person learning, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Friday night that no deal has been reached.
Chicago Weather: Heavy, Wet Snow Up To 9 Inches; Lakeshore Flood Advisory With Waves Up To 11 FeetA winter storm warning will go into effect for the Chicago area from 3 p.m. Saturday until 6 p.m. Sunday. A lakeshore flood advisory is also going into effect this weekend from 9 a.m. Saturday until Monday morning.
Ed's Driveway: Nissan KicksOn the surface the Nissan Kicks is a comfortable, get around anywhere, economy car. But it packs a whole lot of punch for the money.
Suspect Arrested In Near West Side CarjackingChicago police arrested a juvenile Saturday night around 11:30 after he was seen getting out of an Audi SUV that was carjacked Saturday. A police helicopter had been tracking the car through the Chatham neighborhood.
Indoor Dining Now Allowed In Chicago And Cook CountyChicago and suburban Cook County have moved to Tier 1 COVID-19 mitigations, state health officials announced Saturday. This means restaurants and bars will be allowed to reopen for indoor dining.
Chicago Weather: Light Snow Sunday Morning, But More Than 6 Inches Possible Monday To TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021.
$1 Billion Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Michigan; Third Largest Lottery Prize In U.S. HistoryOne single lottery ticket won the entire $1 billion jackpot in Friday night's Mega Millions. It was sold in Michigan.
Parents To Protest Outside Chicago Teachers Union, Urge Teachers Not To Strike Over Return To In-Person LearningWith talk of a school strike in the air, a group of Chicago Public Schools parents will protest outside the Chicago Teachers Union headquarters Saturday.
Rideshare Drivers Fear For Their Lives In Waves Of Chicago CarjackingsAs Chicago's carjacking crisis continues, rideshare drivers say they feel like sitting ducks, just waiting to become the next victims.
Chicago Weather: Coldest Morning Of The Season; Light Snow In AfternoonSaturday morning is the coldest of the season so far for the Chicago area. Overnight temperatures dropped into the single digits, with Aurora coming in at just 2 degrees at 2 a.m.
CTA Blue Line Train Derails At Montrose; 4 Suffer Minor InjuriesA CTA Blue Line train derailed on the Northwest Side early Saturday morning after what officials call a switching error.