A law was being broken, and we knew it. Yet, we were met with more than a month of responsibility ping-pong from the powers that be. The law in question is to protect the information of child sex assault victims. We believed we shouldn't have access to it, and we were right. CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards reports.
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Chicago Weather: Mostly Sunny WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the forecast.
Day Of Giving: Meet Chicago's Hometown HeroesCBS 2's Brad Edwards highlights some of the people making a difference in Chicago through the Red Cross and shows how you can nominate someone.
Day Of Giving: Meet Red Cross Volunteer Rick DaitchmanMeet a volunteer who's been with the Red Cross for more than a decade as he shares his story of giving back.
Northbrook Police Help U.S. Marshals In Finding Local Murder SuspectCBS 2's Meredith Barack reports on who authorities are looking for.
Kids Won't Get The COVID Vaccine Any Time SoonCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports, those working in hospitals and long-term care facilities will be first in line to get the COVID vaccine when it becomes available. But more research needs to be done on the vaccine's effectiveness on children.
Chicago To Start Vaccinating Against COVID In DecemberThe city of Chicago said it will receive between 20,000 and 25,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to be first given to healthcare workers.
CDC Advisers Vote On Recommendation For COVID-19 Vaccine AccessThe advisory panel voted that the vaccine should go to health care workers and those in long-term care facilities once it is approved.
Cook County Homicides Spike, Top 900 Mark In 2020The county that includes Chicago has seen more than 900 homicides thus far this year compared to 675 in all of last year. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 12,542 New COVID-19 Cases, 125 More DeathsPublic health officials reported 12,542 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Illinois on Tuesday, as well as 125 additional deaths. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Bundle UpCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the chilly forecast.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Fire ResponseMore than 5,000 people impacted by fires in Chicago and Northern Illinois have been helped by the Red Cross.
Chicago Crime NumbersAccording to CPD, the department confiscated more than 10,000 guns this year.
Iris Martinez Sworn In As First Latina Cook County Circuit Court ClerkFormer Illinois state Sen. Iris Martinez made history Tuesday as she was sworn in as Cook County Circuit Court Clerk, becoming the first Latina to hold that position. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Day Of Giving: Meet Hank Welch Of The Red CrossThe Red Cross depends on an army of volunteers to help people through everything from fires to flooding.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Volunteers Face Extra Challenges During PandemicThe American Red Cross is still able to help many families despite the pandemic. Red Cross spokeswoman Joy Squier explains some of the challenges volunteers have faced this year.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Honoring Heroes On The Front LineThe Red Cross is honoring the frontline heros and you can nominate someone in your community.
Day Of Giving: Blood Donation Needed Amid PandemicCOVID-19 survivors are being asked to donate blood through the Red Cross.
Day Of Giving: Volunteer With The Red CrossVolunteers make up 90% of the Red Cross workforce.
Day Of Giving: How To Support The American Red CrossWether it's giving your time or giving a donation, here's how to support the American Red Cross.
Hurricane Relief Needed After 2 Major Storms In NovemberCBS 2 is teaming up with the American Red Cross to show ways you can give back.
Toys For Tots Struggling Amid Pandemic; Here's How To DonateThe Chicagoland Toys For Tots has been canceled this year, but the organization is still in need of donations.
Day Of Giving: Nominate Your Hero With The American Red CrossNominate your hero Tuesday with the American Red Cross.
Chicago Winter Parking Ban Now In EffectThe parking ban is in place from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m., even if there is no snow.
Caregivers At Infinity Healthcare Nursing Homes Enter Day 9 Of StrikeInfinity Healthcare workers and management will meet again at the negotiating table on Tuesday.