Ed's Driveway: Lincoln AviatorWe're behind the wheel of an SUV built right here in Chicago. It's the beautiful Lincoln Aviator, which is built on Chicago's great South Side.
Shop Owners Hope For Increase In Sales On Small Business SaturdayNow more than ever, local businesses are in need of support, and many are offering special discounts and incentives on Small Business Saturday.
United To Carry Pfizer Vaccines If Approved; CDC To Hold Emergency Meeting Dec. 1Drug maker Pfizker chose Chicago-based United Airlines to fly its coronavirus vaccine across the country if it is approved.
Police: Man Pushed Onto CTA Tracks At Jackson Red Line After ArgumentAround 7:20 p.m. the male victim got into an argument with an unknown person on the tracks at the Jackson Red Line. The argument turned physical, and the victim was pushed onto the tracks and struck by an oncoming train.
Chicago Weather: Warm Weekend Before Temperatures TumbleCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020.
Woman Recovering After Life-Saving Heart Transplant Doctor Calls 'One In A Million'After eight hours in surgery over Thanksgiving, a Kankakee woman is recovering after she got a new heart. Her case is so unusual doctors say out of the thousands of transplants they do a year, maybe one like this ever happens.
Chicago Weather: Mild And Pleasant WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, Nov. 27, 2020.
Manhunt Underway For Man Suspected Of Abducting Son After Murdering His Mother; Boy Found SafeAfter police say his mother and uncle were murdered and he was abducted, 1-year-old K'Marion Hebron is now safe. The man accused of taking him and killing his mother and uncle was still on the run Friday night.
COVID-19 Pandemic Leaves Nonprofits In Need In Holiday SeasonThe world may be in for a COVID Christmas, but there is no skipping presents in a pandemic, and nonprofits are especially in need. Some Chicago charities are making major changes this season.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory To Become First Black Cardinal In United StatesArchbishop Wilton Gregory was in quarantine in Rome Friday, just hours away from making history as the South Side native will become the first Black American cardinal in the history of the Catholic Church Saturday.
Postal Problems As People Don't Get Their PackagesCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports, some Edgewater and Rogers Park residents are not getting their mail.
Chicago's Black Shop FridayCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on what Black owned businesses are doing to get the attention of holiday shoppers, at a time when sales are critical for shops hit hard by the pandemic.
Delivery Problems At The Post OfficeCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports on issues surrounding mail service delays in Chicago's Edgewater and Rogers Park neighborhoods.
More Mail Delays In ChicagoCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports some residents in Edgewater and Rogers Park are upset their mail is being delayed by days and even weeks.
Chicago Fire Department Reveals Cause Of Fire That Left Two People Dead.Two seniors were found dead Thanksgiving Day night in a fire in the Old Irving Park neighborhood. Officials said the fire was caused by "careless use of smoking materials," and an oxygen tank in the home helped fuel the blaze.
Chicago's Black Shop FridayCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on local Black owned businesses and the push for people to shop locally and support Black owned businesses hit by the pandemic.
Michael Jordan Donates $2M To Feeding AmericaThe Bulls legend donated to Feeding America, which helps people across the country with food insecurity issues.
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.
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.