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Chicago Weather: Showers By DaybreakIt will be clear and cool Wednesday evening with showers arriving in the morning.
Prices Are Way Up On Almost Everything, And Experts Say It Won't Be Slowing Down Anytime SoonExperts say companies are struggling to keep up with demand, and production costs are skyrocketing. And now, we're paying for it.
U.S. Postal Service Hiring Mail Carriers In ChicagoThe post office needs “city carrier assistants” at locations across the city.
Lightfoot Announces New Chicago Performance Events For This Summer"We've been in conversation with the organizer producers for some time, but we're not ready to kind of analysis, what might happen later in the summer but stay tuned."
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Names Celia Meza As City's Top Attorney, Fills Two Other Key City Hall VacanciesNearly five months after City Hall's top lawyer resigned over the Anjanette Young scandal, Mayor Lori Lightfoot named acting Corporation Counsel Celia Meza would take over the position full-time, becoming the first Latina to run the city's Law Department.
2 Injured In Crash On Outbound Stevenson Expressway At Damen AvenueTwo people were injured in a crash Wednesday afternoon on the outbound Stevenson Expressway at Damen Avenue.
Plans On To Go Ahead With Northalsted Market Days Street Festival This August After Pandemic Cancellation Last YearAfter being called off last year for the coronavirus pandemic, plans are on to resume the annual Northalsted Market Days festival this August.
Crane Collapses At Salesforce Tower Construction Site At Wolf PointA construction crane fell down Wednesday afternoon at the Salesforce Tower project site at Wolf Point in River North.
Former Ald. Ricardo Munoz Pleads Not Guilty To Charges He Used Campaign Funds On Personal ExpensesMunoz, 56, faces a 16-count indictment charging him with 15 counts of wire fraud and one count of money laundering. 

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With CPS CEO Janice Jackson Soon To Step Down, What Is The Plan For Student COVID Vaccinations?Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Dr. Janice Jackson will soon step down as head of the nation’s third largest school district – amid a pandemic and a citywide vaccination effort.
Waiting For An Illinois Firearms' Owner's Card? Get In Line -- A Very Long LineIllinois State Police Director Brendan Kelly called the system “antiquated, outdated, inefficient.”
ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection Technology Has Become A Crucial Police Tool In Chicago, But Is It Worth The $33 Million The City Is Paying?CBS 2 has dug into Chicago's contract with ShotSpotter - a high-tech gunshot detection system that can alert police of potential gunfire in seconds.
CBS 2 Investigators Go Undercover And Find Pharmacist Selling 'Empty' COVID Vaccine Vials Online: 'I Did Not Think It Was A Big Deal'“I just thought, since it’s an empty vial, I did not think it was a big deal,” said John Li, director of pharmacy at Thorek Memorial Hospital.
Arrest Warrant Out For Jeremy Hylka, Joliet Area Ex-Catholic School Teacher Accused Of Trying To Meet Teen For Sex"Do I believe that there's other victims? There possibly could be."
Frankfort Neighbors Say Plan To Expand Laraway Road Up To Their Backyards Would Be Unsafe And 'Horrific'Imagine building your dream home with the money you save for years, only to have your backyard end up on the cusp of becoming a highway.
COPA Completes 16-Month Investigation In Anjanette Young Raid, Reports Nearly 100 Misconduct Claims Against OfficersThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability has wrapped up its investigation of the case of Anjanette Young, the social worker who is suing the city after she was handcuffed naked in a botched police raid two years ago.
Elmhurst Neighbors Fight Zoning Change That Would Allow 7 People To Stay At Sober House On Residential BlockThis is not your typical not-in-my-backyard story. The people living in the area are not opposed to a recovery home. What they don’t like is the way the City of Elmhurst, or the property owner, are going about it.
Some Say Proposed University Village Cul-De-Sac At 14th And Union Will Discourage Unsafe Driving, Others Say It Will Make Traffic WorseSpeed bumps and cul-de-sacs usually add up to one thing in Chicago – controversy. A case in point right now is a proposed cul-de-sac in University Village.

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