Weiss Memorial Hospital Mistakenly Bills People For COVID-19 ShotsWhen people get the COVID-19 shot, it’s free – or at least it's supposed to be. But that is not the case for many people who got the vaccine at one Chicago hospital. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reports.
Chicago Weather: Cooler Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a look at the extended forecast.
Dan Ryan CrashSeveral people were taken to area hospitals after a crash involving a Hummer limousine near 47th Street.
COPA Investigating CPD Officer After AltercationAn attorney for the woman said the incident was a clear case of racial profiling playing out with a CPD officer who is seen on video brawling with a woman walking her dog.
State Mask Mandate Now In EffectEveryone over the age of two must wear a mask inside public spaces in Illinois.
A Call For Respect For COVID Mitigation EffortsTeachers and parents are laser-focused on making sure kids are engaged in school after a year of distractions and e-learning hurdles. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reports on the efforts to make this year a productive one.
CPS Bus Shortage Leave 2,100 Without RidesThe district is offering parents transportation stipends for the first two weeks of school.
First Day Back For CPS StudentsCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports after a year of remote learning, Chicago Public Schools students are back in the classroom, but some parents are concerned about their children's safety because not all kids can be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Man Jumps Onto CTA Red Line Tracks After Hearing Gunshots At Garfield StationPolice said it is unclear where the shots came from, but the incident took pace at 10:30 p.m. at the Garfield station. The man scraped his knee, but was not seriously injured.
Police Seek Driver In Deadly Hit & Run In East Garfield ParkPolice are asking for help finding the hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a 70-year-old woman Thursday afternoon in the East Garfield Park neighborhood.
Kanye West Starts 'Donda' Listening Party 2 Hours Late At Soldier FieldMarilyn Manson, who's been accused of assault and abuse by former girlfriends, and rapper DaBaby, who got dropped from Lollapalooza after making homophobic comments, appeared on stage with Kanye.
Thousands Of CPS Students Returning To School Monday Amid New Indoor Mask Mandate, Vaccine RequirementThousands of Chicago Public School students return to school next week amid a new statewide COVID safety requirement.
Car Crashes Into Building In South ChicagoAccording to police, a 30-year-old woman lost control of her red Dodge Charger and went into the building, in the 7900 block of South Chicago Avenue, just before 3 a.m.
Hot, Humid Weekend AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
SIU Campus Holds Vigil For Murdered Student From ChicagoMourners shared an outpouring of grief and love on Wednesday for 18-year-old Keeshanna Jackson, a Southern Illinois University student from Chicago who was killed in a shooting near campus.
Reports: Gov. Pritzker To Announce Statewide Indoor Mask MandateThe mandate would require everyone over age 2 to wear a mask inside public places, regardless of vaccination status.
Palos Preserves Named Largest 'Urban Night Sky Place' In The WorldThe Adler Planetarium helped the Cook County Forest Preserve earn the title.
10-Year-Old Killed In 2019 Shooting Helps Save Another Child's Life Through Organ DonationAugust is many things. The last hurrah of summer. The first days of school. It's also National Minority Donor Awareness Month.
Woman Loses Control Of Car On Lake Shore Drive, Ends Up In Lake MichiganA woman driving on Lake Shore Drive ended up in Lake Michigan early Thursday morning.
Another Hot, Humid Day Ahead With Afternoon StormsCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.
14-Year-Old Shot In His Home In West PullmanAccording to police, the teen was in the living room when a bullet went through the front window, in the 100 block of East 119th Place around 12:30 a.m. He was shot in the abdomen and taken to Comer Children's Hospital where his condition was stabilized.
Many School Districts Dealing With Teacher Shortage As School Year BeginsCOVID-19 isn't the only problem schools are facing as students had back to schools. There's also a teacher shortage.
Woman Mails 3 Certified Letters Which Have Not Arrived At Their Destinations Weeks Or Even Months LaterTracy Reed-Bowers mailed not one, not two, but three certified letters from the same Chicago Post Office. Now, she is turning to CBS 2’s Lauren Victory for answers, following months of postal frustration.
Dangerous Heat Continues With Afternoon, Evening StormsCBS 2 meteorologist Tammie Souza has the forecast.