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Is a summer youth jobs program in Chicago falling short of expectations? One Summer Chicago is a pillar of Mayor Johnson's public safety plan. How is it working so far? 6H ago
Illinois Democrats divided on whether President Biden should continue reelection campaign U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Illinois) has gone on record multiple times saying it is time for President Biden to step aside in his race for reelection. 7H ago
Organizers of recall targeting top Wisconsin Republican Robin Vos appeal to court Organizers of the effort to recall a top Wisconsin Republican have appealed the bipartisan state elections commission's rejection of their petitions in court. 18H ago
Navy sailor tried to access Biden's medical records multiple times The Navy confirmed that a junior sailor attempted to access President Biden's medical records​ from a military medical database multiple times. 15H ago
CPD won't reopen "deficient" probe into officers with alleged ties to Oath Keepers "None of the accused members stated that they had knowledge that the Oath Keepers were a violent extremist group nor did they state that they had intentions of joining a violent extremist group," CPD leaders said. 10H ago
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Illinois gas tax increase now in effect will hit some drivers especially hard The tax is up just 2 cents compared with Sunday. But it is quite a jump compared with the Illinois gas seven years ago. Jul 1
Hack targeting CDK is first time car dealers have been affected nationwide, Chicago experts say One third of Chicago's roughly 400 new car dealers are using pen and paper to complete deals. Jun 25
Suburban Chicago family keeps getting package after package they never ordered from Temu The family asked CBS 2 for help after they found themselves stuck with random stuff and boxes filling their space—and nowhere else left to turn. Jun 21
Some experts want Peoples Gas pipe replacement program scaled back after big rate hike The gas hike approved in November was the largest gas utility rate hike in Illinois history. Jun 19
Markham auto mechanic out $1,800 after customer skips on insurance payment The Markham repair shop owner pointed to an Allstate insurance policy requiring only one signature on smaller claims checks. Jun 13
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Rush Hospital program seeking to train barbers in using Narcan for opioid overdoses Keisha House said people trust their hairdressers and barbers, and great communication takes place while in those chairs. 12H ago
Many tattoo ink and permanent makeup products contaminated, FDA finds The FDA found even some products that claimed to be "sterile" were contaminated. Jul 5
Nearly 150 new Illinois ZIP codes added to high-risk lead testing list Under state law, all children living in a high-risk ZIP code must be tested for lead exposure at 12, 24, and 36 months of age. Jul 2
First-aid training helps Chicago boy save his own life after shooting Shane Butler said he was grateful to be alive, and he owes it all to the safety training he did exactly one year before he accidentally shot himself. Jul 1
New study shows pasteurization process kills bird flu in milk, FDA says The FDA said its study better simulated how commercial milk processing kills the bird flu virus, H5N1. Jun 28
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Kroger announces 35 Chicago area Mariano's, Jewel-Osco stores to be sold for Albertsons merger Kroger owns the Mariano's brand, while Albertsons owns Jewel-Osco. 10H ago
Chicago tourism officials anticipate economic boost from DNC, other events this summer The DNC arrives at the United Center from Aug. 19-22. Jul 8
Hack targeting CDK is first time car dealers have been affected nationwide, Chicago experts say One third of Chicago's roughly 400 new car dealers are using pen and paper to complete deals. Jun 25
Chicago rule phasing out sub-minimum wage for tipped workers soon to take effect The change impacts every single restaurant in Chicago that operates with tipped workers, and critics say it could impact customers as well. Jun 18
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Paramount Global to merge with Skydance Media Paramount Global, the owner of Paramount Pictures and CBS, will merge with a media company founded by David Ellison. Jul 8
Singer, songwriter, and composer Cody Fry never forgot his Chicago area roots Cody Fry grew up in the north suburbs, and now lives in Nashville, but he recently returned to Chicago for a very memorable one-night event at the Chicago Symphony Center. Jul 5
Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest 2024 crowns new champion It's the dawn of a new era at the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Patrick Bertoletti is the new men's champion, and Miki Sudo set a new record and retained the women's division title. Jul 5
Chicago rat hole memorialized with music fest The Chicago "rat hole" was a rodent-shaped indentation in the concrete in front of a blond brick three-flat building in Roscoe Village. While now gone, its legacy lives on. Jun 29
Martin Mull, comic actor from "Roseanne," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," dies at 80 Martin Mull came to national fame with a recurring role on the Norman Lear-created satirical soap opera "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," and the starring role in its spinoff, "Fernwood 2 Night." Jun 29
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Latest Videos Heavy rain, flood watch in effect for Chicago area Wednesday Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist is tracking heavy rain in the Chicago area. 11M ago 02:48
Tow truck driver among two men killed in shootout on Chicago's South Side Chicago police said a 59 and 45-year-old were both shot in the 11300 block of South Lowe Avenue around 2:30 a.m. 29M ago 00:20
Roadway ponding expected to disrupt Wednesday morning commute Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has your 10 p.m. First Alert Weather forecast for Tuesday, July 9, 2024. 7H ago 02:45
Is Chicago youth employment program living up to expectations? One Summer Chicago is a pillar of Mayor Johnson's public safety plan. How is it working so far? Lauren Victory investigates. 7H ago 04:36
President Biden stumps for support; Illinois Democrats divided President Biden stood shoulder-to-shoulder with dignitaries from around the world at the summit. But some Democrats from Illinois and elsewhere say it's time for him to step aside in the 2024 presidential campaign. Charlie De Mar reports. 7H ago 02:56
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Heavy rain, flood watch in effect for Chicago Wednesday A flood watch is in effect for the Chicago area and Northwest Indiana until 1 p.m. updated 6M ago
Tow truck driver among two men killed in shootout on Chicago's South Side Police said the 59-year-old man was operating a tow truck when he was fatally shot. updated 24M ago
Missing Chicago pastor's car pulled from Des Plaines River near Joliet A body pulled from the car had not been identified. This comes a week after the pastor went missing. 7H ago
Remnants of Hurricane Beryl leave streets flooded, drivers stranded in Chicago area Across the region, many drivers took the risk amid the heavy downpours. 6H ago
Former Bull DeMar DeRozan switches jersey for Sacramento Kings The Kings signed DeRozan for $74 million. 6H ago
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U.S. has had 261 mass shootings so far in 2024, 72 in June, data show Data show the 4th of July has historically been one of the deadliest days of the year. Jul 4
Another worker at Chicago center accused of abusing foster kids The former University of Illinois football player had been hired at Aunt Martha's despite having a criminal conviction on his record. Jul 2
Chicago firefighters plan NASCAR, DNC protests over paramedic, ambulance shortages Two battalion chiefs told CBS 2 Investigators said hiring needs to be a priority for the Chicago Fire Department, and they plan to protest their working conditions. Jun 26
Chicago survivors, advocates say gun violence has been a public health crisis for a long time They hope national recognition from the U.S. surgeon general will actually make a difference. Jun 26
Some experts want Peoples Gas pipe replacement program scaled back after big rate hike The gas hike approved in November was the largest gas utility rate hike in Illinois history. Jun 19
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Former Bull DeMar DeRozan switches jersey for Sacramento Kings The Kings signed DeRozan for $74 million. 6H ago
Busch, Happ, Taillon power Cubs past Baltimore Orioles 9-2 Michael Busch and Ian Happ homered, and Jameson Taillon and three relievers combined for a five-hitter as the Chicago Cubs beat the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles 9-2. 9H ago
Sky's Angel Reese continues record-breaking rookie season Reese's consistency has been a part of the team's identity as the star rookie and recently-named All-Star recorded her 13th-straight double-double. 10H ago
White Sox fall to Twins after 11 The Sox fell a season-worst 41 games below .500 (26-67). Jul 8
White Sox pitcher Garrett Crochet earns first All-Star nod Crochet beat the odds going from the bullpen to a starter and now, the mid-summer show. Jul 8
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"Bicycling Brisket Bandit" steals 34 pounds of beef from Indiana barbecue joint Smokin' Fatty's BBQ in Elkhart closed for the 4th of July holiday weekend, but their security cameras caught a thief taking advantage of the empty restaurant. 13H ago
Off-duty sheriff's deputy fatally shot person in Elgin A Kane County State's Attorney spokesman said the sheriff's deputy shot and killed a person who has not been identified. 12H ago
Man charged with stabbing ex-wife to death in Naperville Zokir S. Kudratov, 55, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Jul 8
Armed robber targeting victims on West Side using dating apps, police say Four times since late June, the robber has used a dating app to arrange meetings with his targets, and then robbed them at gunpoint. Jul 8
"Anchorman" actor pleads guilty in Jan. 6 Capitol attack Jay Johnston, who also starred in "Bob's Burgers," faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison after pleading guilty to civil disorder. 21H ago
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