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Chicago Weather: More Light Snow Sunday; Colder Days Ahead, But No Arctic AirMore light snow is expected for the Chicago area tonight and tomorrow, but it should only add an inch or so two what’s already on the ground.
Jim Tilmon, Longtime Chicago Meteorologist, Pioneering Pilot, And Aviation Expert, Dies At 86Jim was one of the first Black pilots for American Airlines and a longtime meteorologist in Chicago; a career in news that included a stint here at CBS Chicago.
Woman Shot, Critically Wounded In Aurora CarjackingAurora Police Department spokesman Paris Lewbel said, around 4 p.m., officers responded to reports of a carjacking in progress in the 1200 block of North Orchard Road.
Overnight Police Chase From East Chicago To South Side Ends In GunfireAn early morning police chase ended in gunshots on a dead end road in Chicago's Jeffery Manor neighborhood Saturday. 
1 Killed, 5 Wounded In Weekend ShootingsAt least six people have been shot so far this weekend across Chicago, one of them fatally.
As COVID-19 Pandemic Rages On, Flu Season Off To A Very Quiet StartCBS 2’s Marissa Parra spoke to a healthcare worker on the frontlines with the answers on why the flu has so far been a no-show so far.
Funeral Held For Boone County K-9 Officer Killed In DUI CrashLoki and a Boone County deputy had stopped to help a driver on Interstate 90 near Rockford on Dec. 27, when another driver crashed into their squad car.
Springfield Prepares For Possible Armed Protests Ahead Of Inauguration, But All Quiet So Far This WeekendCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports only about a dozen protesters showed up for what was dubbed the “Save Our State” rally at noon outside the Illinois State Capitol complex.
Southern Illinois Becomes State's First Region To Resume Indoor Dining, Moves To Tier 1 Virus MitigationsThe move to Tier 1 mitigations for Southern Illinois comes just one day after the state loosened requirements to resume indoor dining and bar service.

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Still No Resolution For North Chicago Police Pensioners Told To Work As Dispatchers Or Lose Their BenefitsSome North Chicago police officers on disability and receiving pensions who are being threatened to either go back to work or lose their pensions have been waiting since 2019 to resolve the issue.
Illinois Residents Now Receiving Fraudulent Change-Of-Address Letters Thanks To Unemployment Scammers; Anti-Fraud Task Force LaunchedOne of the biggest problems faced by the Illinois Department of Employment Security continues to be skyrocketing fraud claims.
Chicago Police ‘Illegal, Violent’ Raids Violate Consent Decree, Attorneys Say, Forcing City Back to Federal CourtA team of attorneys instrumental in the Chicago Police consent decree took legal action against the city Wednesday, saying it failed to make critical changes to stop a pattern of unconstitutional raids.
Chicago Firefighters Who Got COVID-19 Say They Were Told It Is Not Considered An On-The-Job IllnessHundreds of Chicago firefighters who got COVID-19 said they were stunned when they were told it is not considered an on-the-job illness.
New Calls Issued To Relax Indoor Dining Restrictions -- Has Ban Actually Led To Drop In COVID-19 Infections?There were renewed calls Tuesday to relax the indoor dining ban in Illinois, which has prohibited patrons from eating inside restaurants since the end of October.
Victim's Family Wants To Know Why It Took Hours To Catch Up To Jason Nightengale Amid Weekend Shooting SpreeThe list of questions was growing Monday about the weekend shooting spree that spanned the city, and left three people dead and four others hurt, before Jason Nightengale was shot and killed by Evanston police.
Custodian Supervisor For Chicago Department Of Aviation Says Employees Afraid To Take COVID-19 Sick TimeThe Chicago Department of Aviation said it takes COVID-19 quarantines very seriously, but the foreman of custodians for the Chicago Department of Aviation claims he had to report to work even with a doctor's note.
Cost Concerns: Why COVID-19 Test Prices Vary WidelyHospitals and labs can set their own prices, and that's just one of the reasons why the bills can range anywhere from $20 to hundreds of dollars. 
Despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Claims, The Chicago Police Department Isn’t Tracking Wrong Raids Like The One On Anjanette Young’s HomeMayor Lori Lightfoot claimed Tuesday that Chicago Police developed a system to track wrong raids, but in reality, policy loopholes continue to leave many unaccounted for and untracked.

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