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Miss And Mrs. America Nation Pageant Highlights Diverse Cultures; CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot Honored As Multicultural Woman of the YearCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot received the 2021 Multicultural Woman of the Year Award from organization CEO and former Miss Illinois USA Universal pageant winner Krystal Okeke. 
Chicago Attorney Cannon Lambert Sr. Sworn In As New President Of Cook County Bar AssociationThe oldest African American bar association in the country has sworn in its new president. 
Illinois Creates New Commission To Fight Backlog Of Unprocessed DNA EvidenceIllinois is creating a new commission to help wipe out a backlog of unprocessed DNA evidence. 
2 Chicago Police Officers, One Driver Injured In South Austin Crash Two Chicago police officers were injured Sunday morning in a crash on the city's West Side. 
Chicago Weather: Sunny And Dry For Several DaysWeather in the Chicago area will be sunny and dry for the next five days. 
At Least 3 Killed, 22 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago, Including Mass Shooting In ChathamAt least 25 people have been shot in Chicago so far this weekend, three of them fatally.
Man And Dog Shot In BronzevilleThe man suffered a graze wound to the hand, and was treated at the scene. His dog also was struck by the gunfire, but police did not provide any further information about the dog.
Court Documents Reveal Kevin Jiang, Yale Student From Chicago, Was Shot Multiple Times At Close RangePolice released the arrest warrant for 30-year-old Qinxuan Pan, who is charged with murder in Jiang’s death. Pan is being held on $20 million bail.
Man Shot And Killed While Sitting In Vehicle In South Loop; Dog Apparently Wounded In AttackA man was fatally shot while sitting in a vehicle in Chicago's South Loop Saturday afternoon. 

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Illinois State Inspector Fired After Groping, Sexually Harassing Doggy Daycare OwnerIllinois Department of Agriculture inspector Jose Guillen, accused of groping Aeslin Pup Hub owner Leah Bindig during an inspection, has been fired.
While Lincolnwood Town Center Mall Is Struggling, Official Says Village's Fiscal Footing Is SoundFor three decades, Lincolnwood Town Center mall has been a big sales tax generator for the Village of Lincolnwood, but it's struggling now. Still, despite the mall’s slow decline, Lincolnwood is actually on sound fiscal footing.
Chicago Police Body Camera Reforms Sluggish, Watchdog Report Finds
Left in the Dark: The Failed Promise of Chicago Police Body Cameras
With Expressway Shootings A Crisis In Chicago Area, Suburban Man Says He Was Narrowly Missed On I-290 In AugustExpressway shootings are becoming so common around Chicago that there are now more than 10 a month on average.
CBS 2's Story, 'My Name Is Anjanette Young,' Wins Top Honors In Better Government's 2021 Driehaus Foundation Awards for Investigative ReportingCBS 2’s powerful story, “My Name is Anjanette Young,” has won first place in the Better Government Association’s 2021 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Awards for Investigative Reporting.
Computer Chip Shortage Has Been Sidelining Auto Workers In Chicago Area, But Expert Says Worst May Soon Be OverA computer semiconductor chip shortage is sidelining workers across the country at auto plants. As CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reported, the Ford Chicago Assembly Plant at 126th Street and Torrence Avenue sat idle for eight weeks.
Woman Caught On Video Plowing Over Northwest Side Couple's Yard; They Say Criticism Of Ald. James Gardiner Made Them TargetA woman was caught on video destroying the front yard of a Northwest Side couple’s home with a sport-utility vehicle, and screaming loudly as she did so. The man believes his criticism of the local alderman made him a target.
Colton's Law Heading To Governor's Desk After 18-Month-Old Murdered By Father With Revoked FOID CardThere were so many red flags that were missed from his revoked FOID card that was never turned in, to his unmonitored stint out on an I bond.