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As Summer Approaches, Mayor Lori Lightfoot And City Leaders Announce Thousands Of Summer Jobs And Activities For KidsAs part of the “My CHI. My Future” program launched by the city last year, the city is working with more than 200 community groups to offer employment, educational, and recreational opportunities across the city.
COVID-19 In Illinois: Fewest New Cases And Hospitalizations In Two Months, But Vaccine Rates Still Falling OffIllinois is averaging 1,546 new coronavirus cases per day over the past week, a 26% drop from one week ago, and a 42% decline from two weeks ago.
2 Metra Train Lines Now Running With Bike CarsThe cars have room for 16 bicycles, instead of the five allowed on Metra's other accessible cars.
Chicago Weather: Temperatures Climbing; Rainy Week AheadTemperatures are climbing and rain is on the way. 
MISSING: Kyrin Carter, 12, Has Autism, Last Seen At Best Western In Hammond, Indiana Hammond police are still in search of 12-year-old Kyrin Carter.
Tax Refunds Delayed As May 17 Filing Deadline ArrivesCOVID and the policies to help fight its economic implications have put the IRS far behind in its processing of tax returns.
Off-Duty CPD Officer Jose Castro Killed In High Speed Crash In Arlington HeightsAn off-duty Chicago police officer, identified as Jose Castro, was killed in a crash that ended in an Arlington Heights backyard early Monday morning, sources told CBS 2. 
Gov. JB Pritzker To End Eviction Moratorium In August, As Illinois Launches $1.5 Billion Rental Relief Program“We will work with our partners to bring an end to the eviction moratorium in August, with a gradual phase out over the next few months, with more details to come,” Pritzker said.
Two Suspects, Including 11-Year-Old Boy, Charged In Saturday Carjacking In UptownPolice said a 59-year-old man was carjacked Saturday afternoon in the 600 block of West Buena Avenue.

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Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom? 
New Reopening Phase Means Life For Vaccinated Almost Back To NormalThe new reopening phase means life for those who are vaccinated may be almost back to normal.
New CPD Policy On Search Warrants To Go Into Effect May 28; Police To Begin Tracking Wrong RaidsFor the first time, Chicago Police will begin tracking some wrong raids that result from faulty information, such as the raid on Anjanette Young's home two years ago.
Federal Lawsuit Alleges Cover-Ups Of Decades Of Abuse By Youth Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasExplosive allegations have surfaced of decades of abuse inflicted upon teenage boys by a prominent local hockey coach, and now they are the subject of a lawsuit.
More Accusers And More Allegations Of Abuse Against Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasMore men are coming forward to accuse a well-known youth hockey coach of grooming them for sexual abuse when they were just teenagers.
Three Men, None Of Whom Knew Each Other At The Time, Say Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' Adrahtas Groomed Them For Sexual Abuse As TeensThree men who never knew each other as teens are suddenly connected by the same claims of abuse. They each say the youth hockey coach they loved and trusted groomed them for sexual abuse.
Bills That Would Strengthen Privacy For Sexual Assault Victims One Step Closer to Becoming Law After CBS 2 InvestigationTwo bills that would strengthen privacy protections for sexual assault victims in Illinois unanimously passed the House judiciary criminal committee Tuesday and are a step closer to becoming law.
Navy Pier Flyover Completed After Years Of Construction Delays -- Many Ask Why It Took So Long“This is a wonderful solution a long time in the making,” downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) said as city officials cut the ribbon on the completed project on Monday.
Across Illinois, Arab Americans Were Dying From COVID-19, But The Government Wasn’t Counting. Some Say That Cost Lives

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