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Statue Vandalized In McKinley Park OvernightVandals targeted the statue in McKinley Park at Archer and Western.
Multiple Crashes Reported On Dan Ryan Expressway As Slick Conditions ContinueIllinois State Police have reported four crashes, between 1:30 and 3 a.m. Wednesday, on the Dan Ryan Expressway. 
Airports Remain Busy With Thanksgiving Travel Despite Warnings From Health OfficialsAirports have been very busy the past few days, but Wednesday and Sunday are expected to be the busiest travel days.
Warrenville Photographer Sets Up Backyard Venue For Socially-Distanced Visits With SantaPictures with Santa can be challenging in the age of social distancing – but from shopping malls to private photographers, Santa’s helpers are finding ways to make it work all over the Chicago area.
On-Demand Contactless Car Repairs Gaining Popularity During PandemicCOVID-19 might mean fewer people on the road, but anyone who merely owns a car is still cruising for a bruising. Eventually something in a vehicle will need attention. 
Chicago Weather: Rainy Day Ahead With Mild TemperaturesIt's going to be rainy day, but temperatures are climbing. 
Chicago Weather: Dense Fog Possible In The MorningVisibility drops for the morning rush.
Many Seniors Will Be Alone This Thanksgiving Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, But Volunteers Step Up To Make Sure They Get A MealWith such high coronavirus case counts, the most vulnerable age group – seniors – will carry the burden of the pandemic this Thanksgiving.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Family With Daughter Home From College Goes Extra Mile To Prevent COVID-19 This ThanksgivingWith a COVID-19 surge going on, families have been put in awkward positions families to quarantine and stay safe – while also seeing their loved ones. this Thanksgiving.

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Woman Says She Paid Thousands To Contractor To Fix Leaky Roof, Only For Him To Demand More And More -- And Then VanishTalk about a double whammy – your roof is messed up, you pay a contractor thousands of dollars, and he does the demolition work, only to disappear like Houdini.
Cook County Judicial Candidate Says Vote Totals Changed After Deadline To Make Him Lose, Claims FraudOne man who ran for judge in Cook County claims thousands of ballots mysteriously materialized after the Nov. 17 deadline to count them, and it cost him the race.
COVID In Illinois: Expert Says Ambitious Federal Timeline For Getting Out Coronavirus Vaccine Is PossibleAn ambitious timeline has been set up to get out a vaccine for the novel coronavirus.
COVID-19 Surging In Chicago Area Nursing Homes Again, And Some Say State Is Not Doing EnoughCOVID-19 cases are again surging in Chicago area nursing homes, and workers in the facilities are in dire need of emergency supplies.
DHL Says 'We're Ready' To Assist In Distribution Of COVID-19 Vaccine When It's Available"Whatever methods we can use to deliver those vaccines to the patients need them as soon as possible, we should look into it."
Towing Without Telling: City Accused Of Towing Vehicles Without Proper Warning, And Now Taxpayers Could Be On The Hook For MillionsThe CBS 2 Investigators were the first to expose how the city towed and destroyed a woman's van with her wheelchair lift inside. The city claimed it was abandoned because it hadn't moved in seven days, and now, the city is accused of failing to warn people properly in these kinds of cases.
No New Ambulances Coming, Response Times Still Sometimes Long, And CFD Whistleblower Says Pandemic Has Made Shortage WorseA whistleblower exposed to CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov that a critical Chicago Fire Department ambulance shortage has been made worse with the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Customs And Border Protection Seizes More Than $1.6M In Fake Money Headed To Joliet From UkraineMore than $1.6 million in fake money has been intercepted over the last month from shipments originating in Ukraine and destined for, of all places, Joliet.
Cook County Assesssor Issues Letters About Pandemic-Related Property Tax Break, But It Isn't Good News For EveryoneIn what seems like a gift from the tax collector, Chicago and north suburban homeowners have been getting letters in the mail notifying them of a pandemic-related tax break.