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University Of Chicago Resumes In Person Classes After COVID OutbreakThere were enough off-campus cases for everyone to switch to remote classes as a precaution.
Lawyers, Community Leaders Calling On Department Of Justice To Investigate Death Of Adam ToledoThe group will meet outside the Pilsen Law Center at 10:30 a.m. to call for an outside investigation.
City Preparing For Public's Response To A Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial; Gov. Pritzker Activates National GuardThe city is preparing for the public's response to the verdict and businesses are getting ready too. Many downtown stores are boarded up.
Navy Pier Reopens Friday April 30“With mass vaccination rollouts now underway, we are eager to help guests safely reconnect to Chicago and its most treasured experiences, and remain committed to helping revive the city and region.”
Five States, Puerto Rico Added To City's Travel Order; Wisconsin, Iowa, Two Other States Removed From Travel RestrictionsCity officials have updated Chicago's emergency travel order, adding five states and Puerto Rico to the locations facing additional COVID-19 mitigations, while four other states -- including Wisconsin and Iowa -- have been removed from the list of travel restrictions.
With Vaccinations Lagging And COVID Cases Rising Among Black Chicagoans, Mayor Lightfoot Says 'We Need To Send Out The Alarm'“Black Chicagoans once again are getting sicker, requiring hospital care, and dying more than any other demographic in our city, but we are not taking this life-saving vaccine like we should,” Mayor Lightfoot said.
Cook County Health Releasing Nearly 10,000 First-Dose Vaccine Appointments TuesdayCook County Health is releasing approximately 10,000 first-dose vaccine appointments Tuesday at noon.
South Side Couple Hoping For Refund After Paying $2,000 For Credit Repair, But Seeing No Change In Credit ScoreA South Side couple said they paid thousands for credit repair, but the Chicago financial expert they hired didn't fix anything.
Chicago Academy For The Arts Expands Limits Of Virtual Stage Theatre With Green ScreensOccasionally, we've seen actors pull off performances over Zoom. But CBS 2’s Lauren Victory on Tuesday morning took us inside one Chicago high school taking their virtual play to a whole other level.

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Why Are Five Illinois Driver's License Facilities In The Chicago Area Closed, Some With No Date Set For Reopening?It’s an astounding number – more than 1 million people are driving with expired licenses or using expired IDs in Illinois right now. Making the problem worse in the Chicago area is that almost a half dozen Illinois Secretary of State’s driver’s license facilities are closed.
A Violent Trend: Increasing Numbers Of Children Killed By Gun Violence In ChicagoJaslyn Adams is the third child killed by gun violence in Chicago so far this year -- the same number of gun related child homicides in all of 2019.
In The Wake Of Adam Toledo's Death, New Calls For CPD To Develop Better, Stricter Foot Chase Policies"The fact that Chicago doesn't have one is a real problem."
What We Know About Officer Eric Stillman, The CPD Officer Who Fired The Shot That Killed Adam Toledo, 13Upon learning Officer Stillman’s name, the CBS 2 investigators went to work to find out everything about him and his history.
COPA Released Body Cam Video Of Adam Toledo Police Shooting Within 17 Days, But They Have Not Always Met The 60-Day DeadlineIt has only been 17 days since police shot and killed Adam Toledo, 13, in Little Village, and the Civilian Office of Police Accountability has been quick to release the video.
'Like Dropping A Bomb': Chicago Community Organizers Work To Combat Vaccine Hesitancy After Johnson & Johnson Pause"There was a certain percentage of the workers who didn't want anything to do with it."
Many More Sex Offenders Are Living In One Englewood Building Than First Known, Raising Legal Red Flags -- But Ex-Offenders Say They Have Few OptionsWe told you last month about concerns regarding more than 20 registered sex offenders living in one building in Englewood. It turns out there are a lot more than 20.
After CBS 2 Investigation, New Privacy Protections For Sexual Violence Survivors Come Closer To Becoming Illinois LawNew privacy protections for survivors of sexual violence inched a step closer to becoming law in Illinois on Tuesday.
Proposed Laws Would Improve Privacy Protections For Sex Crime Victims In Illinois

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Lawyers, Community Leaders Calling On Department Of Justice To Investigate Death Of Adam ToledoLatinx lawyers and community leaders want the Justice Department to look into the death of Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a Chicago Police officer last month.
City Preparing For Public's Response To A Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial; Gov. Pritzker Activates National GuardThe city is preparing for the public's response to the verdict and businesses are getting ready too. Many downtown stores are boarded up.
South Side Couple Hoping For Refund After Paying $2,000 For Credit Repair, But Seeing No Change In Credit ScoreA South Side couple said they paid thousands for credit repair, but the Chicago financial expert they hired didn't fix anything.
Chicago Academy For The Arts Expands Limits Of Virtual Stage Theatre With Green ScreensThe Chicago Academy for the Arts, 1010 W. Chicago Ave., has got the lights, the camera, and the action – but we're not talking about a film crew. The camera is there because COVID-19 still has the audience watching virtually, but the action is happening in person.
Lawyers, Community Leaders Calling On Department Of Justice To Investigate Death Of Adam ToledoLatinx lawyers and community leaders want the Department of Justice to look into the death of Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a police officer.
Gov. Pritzker Activates National Guard To Assist Chicago Police Ahead Of Derek Chauvin Trial VerdictGov. JB Pritzker has activated 125 personnel from the Illinois National Guard to support the Chicago Police Department, with a verdict soon expected in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.