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North Side Condo Building Residents Alarmed By Mail Thefts Apparently Committed Using A Master KeyOne key fits all – and it’s a big problem for residents of a Chicago condo building where people keep having their mail stolen.
Thieves Steal Your Identity To Get Rental Cars, And You Get Stuck With The BillsCriminals nationwide are stealing victims' identities and using those to rent cars.  These rentals are then stolen, sold and shipped overseas, or used here to commit other crimes locally.  In either case, the identity theft victim is left to clean up the mess.
West Town Pizzeria Owner Couldn't Open This Past Weekend Due To Labor Shortage, And He's Far From Alone With The ProblemMany business owners say finding new employees is harder than it has ever been, and economists say there is no sign of that changing anytime soon.
Concerns Mount About Public Safety With CPD Officers Being Stripped Of Police Powers For Not Complying With COVID-19 Vaccine Reporting RulesThe Chicago Police Department late Monday was still tabulating how many officers have been stripped of their police powers because they did not report their COVID-19 vaccination status to the city.
Ald. James Gardiner Removed From Democratic Party Committee Posts Over ‘Boorish, Obnoxious, Repugnant, Rude, And Vulgar Conduct’"Because this continuing course of conduct has no home in our Party, we will not stand silent in the face of such bigotry," the Cook County Democratic Party said of Ald. James Gardiner's behavior.
Chicago Inspector General Submits Report On Investigation Into Anjanette Young Raid To Mayor's Office, Multiple City DepartmentsThe Chicago Office of the Inspector General has submitted to several city departments its report on an investigation into the handling of the botched police raid at the home of Anjanette Young.
It's Not Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas: Stress, Delays On Global Supply Chain Leave Businesses ScramblingIllinois' largest Christmas showroom, Treetime Christmas Creations in Lake Barrington, isn't immune to the global supply chain bottlenecks that escalated over the summer.
Latest Report Card On CPD Reforms Calls Out Failures In Anjanette Young Raid, Lack Of Training For School Resource OfficersWhen you read through a court-appointed independent monitor's latest progress report on the Chicago Police Department’s reform efforts, you can see the results of CBS 2’s investigative journalism.
Getting Hosed: Bad Water Bills Aren't Chicago's Only Problem -- Many Residents Are Drinking Lead-Laced WaterOver the years, viewers have reached out to the CBS 2 Investigators concerned about the high levels of lead in their drinking water. 

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Cool Down In EffectCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Man Shot, Killed After Argument At Bus Stop In Logan Square; Shooter Kills Second Man Nearby During CarjackingPolice said a 25-year-old man was sitting at a bus stop, in the 3900 block of West Fullerton Avenue around 1:08 a.m., when he was approached by a man who fired a shot after an argument. 
2 Chicago Police Officers Wounded When Third Officer's Gun Accidentally DischargesThe accidental incident happened at a gas station in west suburban Lyons where police were confronting a suspect. Police Supt. David Brown has the latest from MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn.
Chicago Weather: Cool Changes ThursdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021.
With Stacy Peterson Still Missing 14 Years Later, Her Sister-In-Law Is Standing Up For Abuse VictimsThe search is not over for missing Bolingbrook mother Stacy Peterson, nearly 14 years after her disappearance. In the years since, her husband Drew Peterson went to prison, her children grew up without their mother, and the Peterson family is fractured. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
IDES Promised Money Back To Unemployment Recipients After Overpayment Waivers, So Where Are The Refunds?Their refunds from the State of Illinois are approved, but for nearly a year, some unemployment claimants have been waiting on the money they are owed. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.