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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Six Flags Holiday In The Park Light Show Opens FridaySix Flags got approval from the state to open with reduced capacity.
Michael Jordan Donates $2M To Feeding AmericaThe Bulls legend donated to Feeding America, which helps people across the country with food insecurity issues.
Brookfield Zoo's Holiday Experience Begins FridayBrookfield Zoo’s Holiday Magic begins Friday with festive, and safe, attractions.
Chicago Weather: Few Clouds Saturday, Sunny On SundayCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has a look at the extended forecast.
Facing COVID Challenges For Red Kettle Campaign, Salvation Army Introduces Kettle PayThe Salvation Army is facing new challenges with its bell-ringing campaign, due to the pandemic. This year the organization is helping to care for millions more people than usual.
A Thanksgiving Seafood Feast For Animals At The Shedd AquariumForget the turkey. The sea otters at the Shedd Aquarium munched and crunched on clams, pollock, and crabs for Thanksgiving.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: TostitoTostito is the PAWS Dog of the Week. The two-year-old Chihuahua mix was found as a stray and is looking for a forever home for the holidays.
2 Officers Injured After Crash Involving CPD Vehicle In GreshamTwo officers were slightly injured when another driver hit their Chicago police vehicle early Friday morning.
Man Killed In 2 Car Crash While Walking On Sidewalk In BurnsideThe man was walking near 87th and Cottage Grove around 11 p.m. Thursday night when a black Honda hit a red Dodge Durango.
2 Seniors Found Dead In Fire In Old Irving Park NeighborhoodTwo seniors were found dead Thanksgiving Day night in a fire in the Old Irving Park neighborhood.
Lines Form At GameStop As Shoppers Wait For PS5, XBox Series XBlack Friday shoppers are waiting in lines, but the lines are not the same as past years.
Mostly Sunny Skies, Mild Temperatures AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has the latest forecast.
Chicago Weather: Mild Before The FallCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020.
Thanksgiving Amid Pandemic Is Especially Hard For Those In Greatest NeedThe coronavirus pandemic has altered the way people are celebrating this Thanksgiving, but 2020 is shaping up to be even harder for those in need. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Mad Dash For Black Friday Deals Taking Back Seat To COVID-19It was a holiday tradition for some – after the turkey comes the camp-out, with people waiting in lines for shopping deals even before Thanksgiving is over. COVID-19, however, is changing how we buy things on the eve of Black Friday, as CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker Celebrates Thanksgiving With Family ZoomCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker celebrated Thanksgiving this year with a family Zoom with close to 50 people. They took turns talking about what they were all thankful for and one good thing that happened to them this year, despite the pandemic.
Family Wants Answers After Hit-And-Run Kills Patriarch, 86, In Little VillageA pain is being felt most intensely by seven children who lost their family patriarch this week. He was killed in a hit-and-run in Little Village. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Many Chicagoans Order From Local Restaurants For ThanksgivingSome people who have been cooking at home for months took a break this Thanksgiving, instead ordering from restaurants that could really use the business. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Salvation Army Serves Thanksgiving Meals Outside Due To COVID-19CBS 2's Meredith Barack spent this Thanksgiving Day with the Salvation Army, which has changed the way it gives out meals due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
My Block, My Hood, My City Helps Restaurant Donate 2,000 MealsThe need this Thanksgiving is overwhelming, with more than 2 million people having lost their jobs in Illinois since the start of the pandemic. But volunteers near and far stepped up on Thursday to bring a little hope.
Stores Prepare For Black Friday In Midst Of PandemicWith COVID-19 changing everything, nothing about Black Friday will be traditional either. As CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reports, we can forget about the rush to line up for those deals after we eat tonight.
Chicago Weather: A Mild Thanksgiving WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020.
Salvation Army Offers Thanksgiving Meals To GoOrganizations like the Salvation Army were forced to rethink their plans for Thanksgiving amid this COVID-19 surge. CBS 2''s Meredith Barack reports.
Families Rethink Thanksgiving Amid COVID-19 PandemicCOVID-19 has meant the smells of pies and turkey from Grandma, and the hugs and kisses from loved-ones, have been replaced with virtual meetups and well-wishes. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.