Chicago Weather: Light Snow Chances FridayCBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Jan. 13, 2021.
U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine-Or-Test Rule For Businesses — What Does This Mean For You?The U.S. Supreme Court has had its say on the reach of two COVID-19 vaccine mandates from the Biden administration. CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports.
City Offers Free Christmas Tree Pickup, Recycling Until FridayNo judgment intended here, but if your Christmas tree is still up, Friday is the last day to get it picked up for free recycling in Aurora.
More Than 400,000 Student Loan Borrowers To Get Some Debt Relief From Navient SettlementMore than 400,000 student loan borrowers will get some debt relief from servicing company Navient, according to a $1.7 billion settlement.
Dog Recovering After Paws Are Shocked At Diversey And Orchard In LakeviewA yellow Labrador retriever was recovering Thursday after his paws were shocked while he was simply walk in down the street. CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports.
Search On For Suspects After Pregnant Mother Is Shot, Killed In Parked Car In EnglewoodA pregnant woman was shot and killed in a parked car in Englewood Wednesday evening, and police continued to search for a night later.
3-Year-Old Grazed In Head In Shooting At 79th And King DriveA man and a 3-year-old girl were shot and wounded in a car in Chatham Thursday evening. CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports.
CBS 2 Coverage Of The Blizzard Of ’79: Part 4A last look at conditions on Saturday, Jan. 13, 1979 amid one of Chicago’s most severe blizzards, with Bill Kurtis and Carrie Cochran. Sports with Bruce Roberts has been omitted due to video restrictions.
CBS 2 Coverage Of The Blizzard Of ’79: Part 3More of CBS 2’s coverage of the Blizzard of 1979, with Bill Kurtis and Carrie Cochran. John Coughlin has the forecast for how much longer the snow was expected to fall, with Phil Whitelaw supplementing the forecast from the field.
CBS 2 Coverage Of The Blizzard Of ’79: Part 2More from CBS 2’s coverage of the paralyzing blizzard of Jan. 13, 1979, with Bill Kurtis and Carrie Cochran. Here we have updates on conditions, and a report from Elizabeth Brackett on a roof collapse at the Lakeshore Racquet Club on Fullerton Avenue that was blamed on the snow.
CBS 2 Coverage Of The Blizzard Of ’79: Part 1From our old newsroom at 630 N. McClurg Ct., Bill Kurtis and Carrie Cochran anchor CBS 2’s coverage of the blizzard that dumped over 20 inches of Chicago on Jan. 13, 1979. John Coughlin has the weather, Burleigh Hines has a look at the roads, and Chuck Gomez reports on hotels that are filling up fast.
Chicago Steel’s Adam Fantilli Leads UHSL In GoalsThe Chicago Steel are defending USHL champions, and are on top of the league standings again this season. As CBS 2’s Matt Zahn reports, the Steel are paced by one of the league’s top prospects.
Family of Man Shot During Attempted Carjacking Say He’s On The Road To RecoveryCrime has an impact on many of us, including the family of a man who was shot during an attempted carjacking.
Another Contempt Of Court Order Issued Against Illinois DCFS Director Marc Smith For Violating Rights Of TeenIllinois Department of Children and Family Services Director Marc Smith was held in contempt of court again on Thursday for violating the rights of a teenage boy.
An Analysis Of Rising Crime In Chicago And How It Has Left People Feeling UnsafeDavid Olson of the Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy and Practice at Loyola University Chicago joins CBS 2’s Irika Sargent for an analysis on crime in Chicago and people’s perception of their own safety.
Data Show Violent Crime On The Rise In ChicagoData make clear that the people of Chicago are caught in the crosshairs.
Man On The Road To Recovery After Being Shot In Attempted CarjackingCrime has an impact on many of us, including the family of a man who was shot during an attempted carjacking.
Chicago Weather: Light Snow For FridayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look the forecast.
Evanston Awards Grants For Its African American Reparations ProgramThe reparations committee randomly drew numbers matching the names of applicants. Those selected are now eligible for grants up to $25,000. The funds can be used for home ownership or home repairs.
Man Charged With Vandalism After Destroying Light Post In Oak Brook TerraceWith a simple whack, a suburban street plunges into darkness. Vandalism led to lights knocked off their posts, and now, police have the person responsible in custody.
Cook County Health Warns Suburbs It Is Not OK To Defy Proof Of Vaccination MandateWe are 10 days into the new COVID-19 vaccine mandate rules for many indoor businesses in Chicago and Cook County – and the county as of Thursday had yet to cite a single business for violating the rules. CBS 2’s Tara Molina reports.
Center For COVID Control Temporarily Shuts Down After Numerous ComplaintsCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey spoke with an employee who said he’s been speaking out for months about unsafe working conditions.
Woman Shot and Killed While Sitting In A Parked Car In EnglewoodA woman was shot and killed in a parked car in Englewood Wednesday evening.
South Side Irish Parade Returning In MarchIrish eyes are smiling in the Beverly, Morgan Park, and Mount Greenwood neighborhoods, as the South Side Irish Parade is set to return after a two-year hiatus.
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