Chicago Weather: Rain Returns TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021.
Lakeview Taco Fest Brings Out Local Eateries, Wrestlers, And Live MusicTacos, live music, and Mexican wrestling can be found on Southport Avenue in Lakeview this weekend.
Major Project Breaks Ground To Restore 100 Acres Of Wetlands On Southeast SideA major protect is now under way in the Calumet Region of the Southeast Side.
All Civilian SpaceX Crew Returns To EarthIt was all smiles from the Inspiration 4 as the exited the capsule late Saturday afternoon near the Kennedy Space Center. CBS News’ Mark Strassman reports.
On Anniversary Of Justice Ginsburg’s Death, Activists Say Fight To Protect Reproductive Rights Is Ever More UrgentSaturday marked one year since U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away. Activists came together for the occasion to speak to issues about which Ginsburg was passionate – including reproductive rights.
After Bout With COVID-19, Jacqueline Jackson, Wife Of Rev. Jesse Jackson, Encourages People To Get VaccinatedAfter a stay in intensive care with COVID-19, Jacqueline Jackson – the wife of the Rev. Jesse Jackson – is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated.
Rideshare Driver Carjacked In Avalon ParkThe incident happened near 81st Street and Blackstone Avenue.
Man’s Body Pulled From Lake Michigan After Evanston Fire Crews Search For HoursRescue crews in Evanston late Saturday found the body of a missing man who went underwater in Lake Michigan and didn’t resurface. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports.
Dogs, Humans Turn Out At Montrose Harbor For PAWS Chicago 5KDogs and their humans took to Montrose Harbor on Saturday for the annual PAWS Chicago 5K.
Veterans Ride Through City On Horseback In Trail To Zero Ride To Shed Light On Veteran SuicidesVeterans rode 20 miles on horseback through the city on Saturday as part of their Trail to Zero ride, in an effort to shed light on the epidemic of veteran suicide.
Chicago Weather: Warm And Sunny TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has your 6 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021.
Crowds Head To St. Sabina For Peace Games Basketball TournamentCrowds headed to St. Sabina Parish in Auburn Gresham Saturday as the Peace Games got under way.
Englewood Music Fest Held For First TimeA brand-new tradition began Saturday in Englewood.
West Loop Art Fest Gives Artists A Chance To Make Up For Lost TimeLocal artists hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic are hoping to make up for lost time during the last outdoor festivals of the summer. CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek reports.
Man In Custody After Bouncer Is Shot In River NorthCharges were pending Saturday for a man taken into custody after a bouncer was shot outside of a River North the night before.
Man Hit By Stray Bullet In West ChathamA 22-year-old man was hit by a stray bullet while sitting in his home in the West Chatham neighborhood overnight.
Boy, 3, Shot In Back In Calumet Heights HouseA 3-year-old boy was shot in a home in Calumet Heights.
Search For Missing Person At Beach In Evanston, 3 RescuedRescuers on Saturday pulled three people – including a little girl – out of Lake Michigan off the Clark Street Beach in Evanston. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports.
Ed’s Driveway: Rivian Adventure VehicleThere’s an exciting new company building electric pickup trucks.
Cooler, Sunny DayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
Bears vs. Bengals: Three Things To WatchThe Bears host the Cincinnati Bengals in Sunday’s home opener. It’s time for another edition of Three Things to Watch.
Chicago Sports On Michigan Avenue Reopens After 2020 UnrestToday, the shelves are restocked and there’s plenty of Chicago sports apparel to pick up. But 16 months ago during the May 2020 riots, owner Luke Pesha can’t forget what happened to the family business.
Man In Custody After River North ShootingCharges are pending for a man taken into custody after a shooting outside of a River North bar Friday night, police said.
‘An Important Time For Us’CBS 2 shines a light on three extraordinary Chicago leaders using their gifts and hearts for service across the culinary arts, business and social impact sectors to advance culture and change in our great city.