Renewed Push To Replace Columbus Day As A State HolidayThere is a growing movement to have Columbus Day, a federal holiday, replaced with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Hailstorm Cracks Windshield On United FlightThe plane was headed to Washington, D.C., but had to return to O'Hare.
How Has The Pandemic Affected Violent Crime On The CTA?A gruesome crime at a Chicago Transit Authority station got us wondering – what has happened to violence on public transportation during the coronavirus pandemic? CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Plane Sent Back To O'Hare After Hail Cracks WindshieldA United Airlines flight to Washington, D.C. was returned to O’Hare International Airport Monday afternoon, after a hailstorm left the windshield cracked.
Fire In Humboldt Park Injures Firefighter, Displaces 4 PeopleA firefighter was injured in a fire in the Humboldt Park neighborhood early Monday morning.
State Officials To Announce Legislation To Change Columbus Day To Indigenous Peoples' DayOn Monday, Illinois state lawmakers and the American Indian Center will announce new legislation to swap out the official Columbus Day holiday with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Just What Can Be Done To Stop Towing Companies From Charging Exorbitant Fees?The CBS 2 Morning Insiders wanted to know why towing prices could be so wildly different depending on the driver.
Working For Chicago: With Even More Holiday Shoppers Going Online This Year, Seasonal Job Market Shifts TooThis will be a holiday shopping season unlike any other, and the holiday jobs market is changing too.
1 Killed In Crash On I-57 At 147th StreetOne person was killed in a crash on I-57 at 147th Street early Monday morning.
UIC Pop-Up Pantry Steps Up For Students Experiencing Food InsecurityA report found up to half of U.S. college students report food insecurity. The University of Illinois at Chicago is tackling the problem head-on with a pop-up food pantry for students. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Senate Moving Forward With Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation HearingsThe push to replace late liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with conservative originalist Amy Coney Barrett on the US. Supreme Court is setting off some contentious clashes. Britt Conway reports.
With Marathon Canceled, Some Still Run RemotelyCOVID-19 forced the Chicago Marathon to cancel its annual race. But many runners kept the tradition on track – in ways and in places that you wouldn’t expect. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Mass Canceled At Holy Guardian Angels Parish In Brookfield Due To COVID-19COVID-19 kept Sunday mass off the schedule at a Catholic church in Brookfield.
State Police Release Dashcam Video Of Harvey Traffic Stop That Turned DeadlyIllinois State Police have released dashcam video that shows what led a traffic stop to turn deadly in Harvey last week.
Boy, Man Hit By Car In HermosaAn 8-year-old boy and a 61-year-old man are in the hospital after a driver jumped a curb and hit them both in the Hermosa neighborhood.
Woman Shot On Broad Daylight On Lake Shore DriveThe woman was critically injured in the shooting, which happened while she was in a car on the Drive right downtown. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Smaller Groups Participate In Scaled Back Alzheimer's WalkThe yearly walk to end Alzheimer's looked a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of thousands gathering for the event smaller groups gathered in Chicago neighborhoods.
Deadly Mass Shooting Ends With Crash In Front Of A CTA StationPolice said four people were shot while they were sitting in a vehicle on the 100 block of South Keeler Avenue.
High Speed Street Race Leads To Deadly Crash In Archer HeightsA woman is dead after a street race led to a crash in Chicago's Archer Heights neighborhood early Sunday morning.
Chicago Weather: Cloudy, Cooler Sunday Ahead Of Rainy MondaySunday brings mostly cloudy skies and a light eastern wind under 10 mph in the Chicago area. High temperatures will reach near 70 degrees.
4 Shot, 1 Fatally In West Garfield ParkOne person was killed, and three others were seriously wounded in a shooting Saturday evening in the West Garfield Park neighborhood. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Walk To End Alzheimer's Takes A New Path Amid PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic forced the Walk To End Alzheimer’s to take on a different approach on Saturday. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
New Bike Track Opens At Big Marsh Park In South DeeringIt is described as a COVID oasis during the pandemic. Big Marsh Park in the South Deering neighborhood has safely hosted families, and on Saturday it unveiled a one-of-a-kind addition. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports how it's providing a safe and equitable environment.
Man Killed, Two Others Hurt In Roseland ShootingA shooting in Chicago's Roseland neighborhood Friday night left one man dead and two others hospitalized.