Plane Crashes Near Route 394 In Ford HeightsThe plane landed off in the trees. The condition of the people on board is not known.
Record Mail-In Ballots For 2020 Election Mean Record Postal CostsThe record number of mail-in ballots for the 2020 election has also meant record postal costs. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
COVID-19 Uptick Means Changes For Some Suburban School DistrictsAmid a steep rise on COVID-19 cases, the Highland Park School District in Lake County emailed parents Tuesday saying it is switching to all remote learning. Students' return to the classroom will also be delayed for some DuPage County schools.
Wisconsin Women Accused Of Drugging, Robbing Chicago MenCBS 2's Chris Tye reports the women are accused of drugging men and stealing tens of thousands of dollars. Police said the women pocketed $85,000 from 10 unsuspecting men in Chicago.
Are Reminders To Mask Up And Social Distance Becoming White Noise?Let’s be honest – COVID fatigue is real, and if you have it, you’re not alone. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey spent the day Tuesday asking whether the strategy to get the word out is still working.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Route 394A small plane made an emergency landing on Route 394 in the south suburbs Tuesday afternoon.
University Of Illinois Plans Spring Semester Around PandemicThe University of Illinois is already looking ahead at spring semester during the pandemic.The school wants to keep going with a blend of in-person and online classes, so the semester will start a week later on January 25.
University Of Michigan COVID OrderThe Washtenaw County Health Department in Michigan has issued a stay-in-place order for students at the University of Michigan until Election Day due to the surge of coronavirus cases.
New COVID Rules For Chicago Suburbs, Other Parts Of IllinoisCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports bars and restaurants in DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties will have to halt indoor service starting Friday, as the state announced tougher COVID-19 restrictions for much of the Chicago suburbs due to a resurgence of the virus throughout the state.
Milwaukee Women Accused Of Robbing Chicago Men Of $85,000CBS 2's Chris Tye reports authorities said the women are now under arrest.
Gov. JB Pritzker Announces Tougher COVID Restrictions For DuPage, Kane, Will, And Kankakee CountiesBars and restaurants in DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties will have to halt indoor service starting Friday, as the state announced tougher COVID-19 restrictions for much of the Chicago suburbs due to a resurgence of the virus throughout the state.
Five States Added To Chicago's Travel Quarantine OrderColorado, Delaware, Ohio, Texas, and West Virginia have been added to Chicago's emergency travel order, requiring people to self-quarantine for 14 days when arriving from states and territories seeing high COVID-19 case counts.
Aurora Opens First Cannabis DispensaryAurora Mayor Richard Irvin cut the ribbon at Zen Leaf Aurora Tuesday morning. Zen Leaf said the dispensary has created 38 jobs with half of the positions filled by people who live in Aurora.
24-Year-Old Shot In Head, Found In SUV In Back Of The YardsA 24-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds to his head in the Back of the Yards neighborhood early Tuesday morning.
2 Women Dead After Crash In Logan SquareThe women were driving on Fullerton Avenue near Rockwell Street when their car crashed into another car just before 10:30 p.m.
Medical Privacy Laws Leave Employers Walking Fine Line To Protect Workers From COVID-19It’s a complaint that comes into our newsroom often; many viewers feel their bosses aren’t being transparent enough about COVID-19 in the workplace.
Report: CPS Preparing To Resume Winter Sports In NovemberChicago Public Schools plan to resume winter sports next month.
With Corporate Parties Canceled Due To COVID-19, A Casino-Themed Party Company StrugglesYour corporate party may be canceled this year, as companies steer away from holiday events due to COVID-19 concerns.
Some Restaurants Worry About Possible Reimposing Of COVID-19 RestrictionsSome small restaurants continue to do everything they can to survive the coronavirus pandemic, and they were worried with the warning Monday from Mayor Lori Lightfoot that the city could be pushed back to Phase 3. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Small Landlords Say Some Renters Haven't Been Paying Since Before Pandemic StartedSome mom-and-pop landlords want Gov. JB Pritzker to let them evict tenants who were set to be tossed out before the start of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Women Accused Of Targeting Men Outside River North BarsTwo women from Wisconsin were in police custody Monday night, accused of targeting men near bars in River North this past weekend.
Lawsuit Blames Illinois State Police For Shooting That Killed Man During Traffic StopIllinois State Police face a new lawsuit over a traffic stop in Harvey that ended in a fatal shooting. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Seniors Terrorized After Children Vandalize Their BuildingChildren were caught on camera vandalizing a building for seniors in the West Pullman neighborhood, leaving them terrorized. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Man Arrested After 3 People Are Stabbed In McKinley Park HomeTwo of the victims of the stabbing the Claremont Avenue home were left in critical condition.