Health experts say it’s a matter of time before the Omicron variant arrives in IllinoisThere have been no cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant in Illinois, but health experts believe it is only a matter of time.
Former lawyer William Enslen’s office ignites after his unsolved murder in JuneThe Hammond law firm of prominent Indiana lawyer William Enslen, who was found dead at his home in June, caught fire overnight Sunday.
West Side middle school vacation wrapping paper design goes nationalThe design is so good that it caught the eye of the pen company, Uni-ball, which now sells the paper online, taking the booming small business nationwide and giving these young entrepreneurs a good reasons to feel pretty good.
The chaos in the loop leads to shooting, blows; 21 young people arrestedIt becomes a familiar sight: chaos in the Loop. It happened again on Saturday night with a large crowd, shootings and beatings. An officer was left with a broken arm and police arrested more than 21 young people.
Several teens arrested during large rally and fighting outside Millennium Park21 minors were arrested after large crowds gathered near Millennium Park on Saturday night, police said.
Health experts advise to continue COVID procedures when markets reopenAs the holidays approach, there are a lot of events to attend, which begs the question: how do you stay safe and have fun?
Outrage as Oak Park River Forest ban activities due to COVID outbreakThe decision to end sports and extracurricular activities at a high school in the western suburbs sparked outrage among students and parents.
CTA bus driver assaulted near Millennium ParkA CTA bus driver was beaten up in the Loop near Millennium Park on Saturday night, police said.
15 year old boy shot in loopA teenager was shot dead in the Loop on Saturday night, police said.
Ed Tech Notes: Human-Like Bots, Game Console Shortage, New Zoom FeatureEd Curran from CBS 2 with the latest tech news.
Chicago weather: snow returns on weekdaysRain cover increases as noon approaches. Some AM slippery areas are possible up to the far northwest of the city.
City colleges create new scholarship in honor of civil rights activist Timuel BlackChicago City Colleges honor the late Timuel Black with a scholarship in his name.
University of Chicago to hold public memorial for Timuel BlackA public memorial service for civil rights activist Dr. Timuel D. Black will be held Sunday at the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel at the University of Chicago.
What caught my attention December 5, 2021Here’s what caught the attention of CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot and Ed Curran this week.
Ed Driveway: Toyota PriusCBS 2’s Ed Curran gets behind the wheel of the Toyota Prius.
Weather in Chicago: the rain returns to conclude the weekendScattered fog early this morning. It will be a pretty sunny day on Saturday for the Chicago area. Winds from the northwest at 10 to 15 mph.
Evanston Police hold gun buy-back eventIf you have guns in the house that you no longer want, the Evanston Police Department will buy them.
Annual Wheaton Reindeer 5k returns with an in-person runin just a few minutes, the Wheaton racers will be releasing their inner Rudolph for the annual 5K of the Wheaton Lions Club Reindeer.
Chicago Christmas ship returns to Navy PierA Chicago vacation tradition returns. There will be a public ceremony at Navy Pier welcoming the Chicago Christmas Ship at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
PAWS Dog of the week: CloverA perfect day for this 3-year-old Shepard mix is playing fetch and socialize with dogs his size. Hearing the words “let’s go outside” makes the clover very happy.
Chicago weather: sunny skies on SaturdayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your real-time weather forecast at 10 p.m. for Friday, December 3, 2021.
West Side college kids create and sell their own wrapping paperSome young people on the West Side are putting their skills to good use this season, creating and selling their own wrapping paper. As CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek reports, it all started with a kid having a bad day.
Alsip woman still fighting after getting snow route ticket, despite no signs of itAt the end of last winter, a total of 259 people were fined after parking on a snow road in Alsip. As this snowy season approaches, CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports that one of those people is still fighting to change the village’s parking rules.
Crest Hill couple plead guilty to role in Jan.6 attack on U.S. CapitolA couple from the southwestern suburbs of Crest Hill pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges for their role in the January 6 violation of the United States Capitol on Friday.