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'You Can’t Even React': CPD Says One Group Is Responsible For At Least 12 Armed Robberies"The advice you hear from the police is be aware of your surroundings. But you know what? Being aware of your surroundings gives you no protection in an incident like this.”
1 Man, 1 Child Shot In DoltonA man in his 30s and a 6-year-old boy were wounded in a shooting Friday afternoon in south suburban Dolton.
Eviction Moratorium Update: Without An Extension, What Happens To Renters After July 31?The CDC's eviction moratorium ends on July 31, which leaves renters uncertain about their future in an economy still recovering from COVID.
How Illinois Hopes To Avoid Summer Eviction SurgeThe state expects to provide $1.1 billion in relief to renters and landlords, plus $400 million that will be available in some cities.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Another Relief Payment Come This Year?While the COVID pandemic seems to be waning and the economy is improving, many Americans could still benefit from a fourth stimulus check.
Secretary Of State's Office Unveils Pilot Program To Ease 'Heavy Customer Volume'"This next step will allow many more people to renew their driver’s licenses or ID cards remotely."
Sunshine Mills Recalls Six Brands Of Dog Food Over Mold ByproductSunshine Mills, Inc., issued a voluntary recall of some of its dog food products due to potentially elevated levels of Aflatoxin, a byproduct of mold, above the acceptable limit.
Piping Plover Chicks To Be Named Friday On Facebook LiveIf you have to miss the naming ceremony, it will be streamed live at 5:00 on the Chicago piping plover Facebook page.
Carol Stream Woman Charged After Getting Too Close To Grizzly Bear And Cubs At Yellowstone National ParkSocial media sleuths helped park rangers track down Samantha Dehring, who was caught on video on May 15 as she approached a mother grizzly bear and two cubs in the Roaring Mountain area of the park.

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'I Hope The City Does The Right Thing And Refunds Those Tickets:' CBS 2 Investigators Discover Speed Camera Sign Mistakes, And Get ResultsIf you recently got a speeding ticket in Chicago, you might not deserve it. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered a big problem that may mean the city owes thousands of drivers a whole lot of money.
South Side Couple Says Contractor Took Their Money And Left Rubble Behind; Contractor Says He Did Not Scam ThemA South Side couple reached out to us for help, sending us pictures after they said they were scammed out of thousands of dollars - with only rubble to show for it.
Women May Have Gotten Botched Mammograms At Hoffman Estates Office"I think that's really unfortunate."
'I Cannot Risk Her Life': Indian Prairie, Matteson Parents Want Remote Learning, District Requires Kids In Classrooms"For me and my family, we all have asthma."
Mayor's Office, Fire Commissioner Say Review Of City Policy On Gender-Based Violence Is Needed, With Firefighter-EMT Accused Of Rape Still On The JobThere was major fallout from city officials Wednesday, amid revelations that a firefighter-EMT is still on the job after being charged with raping a woman he knew.
Chicago Firefighter-EMT Erik Zuma Is Charged With Raping Someone He Knows, But He's Still On The JobA Chicago firefighter stands charged with raping someone he knows – but call 911 for help, and he may still be the one who responds.
Aldermen Urge Passage Of 'Anjanette Young Ordinance' Seeking Sweeping Changes To CPD Search Warrant Procedures; 'We Have An Obligation To Change Policy'“What we all saw happen to Ms. Anjanette Young, we’re trying to prevent this from happening again,” Ald. Maria Hadden (49th) said.
31 Percent Of Illinois Nursing Homes Are Not Providing CDC With COVID-19 Vaccine Information, Organization SaysWe first told you about Alan Matthews – a longtime resident of the Landmark Nursing Home in Richton Park – two weeks ago. His cousin came to us after finding out he was months overdue for his second COVID-19 vaccine dose. And CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov found Matthews is likely not the only one – because no one is really keeping track.
Chicago Aldermen Set To Discuss Anjanette Young Ordinance, Calling For Rules Protecting People's Civil Rights During Police RaidsChicago aldermen on Tuesday will discuss a proposed city ordinance that is aimed at making sure what happened to Anjanette Young doesn’t happen to you.

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