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University Of Illinois Makes Plans For Spring Semester Amid PandemicStudents who want to go to class need to come back early so they can be tested on campus.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Route 394 In Ford HeightsA small plane made an emergency landing on Route 394 in the south suburbs Tuesday afternoon.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Extra COVID Restrictions Coming For DuPage, Kane, Will, Kankakee Counties; Statewide Hospitalizations Hit Four-Month HighPublic health officials reported 3,714 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Illinois on Tuesday, as well as 41 additional deaths, as the state's positivity rate and hospitalizations from the virus also continue to climb.
Two Milwaukee Women Suspected Of Drugging, Stealing $85,000 From Chicago MenSince the beginning of the year, the two were drawing in victims to a scheme prosecutors said landed them more than $85,000 in other people's money. The most recent case on Saturday night.
Stimulus Package Update: Is A Deal Even Possible At This Point?House Democrats and the Trump administration agreeing on stimulus terms isn't even the biggest obstacle to a stimulus package.
University Of Michigan Students Issued 'Stay-In-Place' Order Through Election DayStudents who live in U-M housing may only return to their permanent address if they follow U-M testing and checkout procedures.
Chicago Weather: Showers Tuesday EveningScattered showers move in Tuesday evening with our next weather maker.
Prairie Ridge High School In Crystal Lake Switching To Remote Learning During Evaluation Of COVID-19 CasesRemote learning started Tuesday morning as the school undergoes an evaluation by the McHenry County Department of Health. 
Colorado, Delaware, Ohio, Texas, West Virginia Added To Chicago's Travel Quarantine Order; 30 States Now On The ListCoronavirus cases have been surging across most of the U.S. over the past few weeks, and state and city health officials have warned we are in the midst of a second wave of the virus.

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Remote Learning Makes Abuse Harder To Spot, Says Chicago Public Schools CEOChicago police received a horrific call Thursday afternoon of a 7-year-old girl observed performing a sexual act on a man live on an online learning session. 
More Than One Third Of Unemployment Claims In Illinois PUA System Have Been RejectedHundreds of thousands of Illinois’ gig workers, contractors, or self-employed workers have applied for jobless benefits due to COVID-19. And for months, we’re been hearing horror stories from applicants who say they haven’t seen a dime.
Homeless Landlord Gets Her Home BackA young mother and her daughter who had to sleep in their car because the eviction moratorium prevented them from sleeping in their own home. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker got results for them.
City Wants Michael LaPorta, Shot And Permanently Disabled By CPD Officer Patrick Kelly, To Testify Against HimKelly claimed LaPorta had shot himself with the officer’s gun in a suicide attempt. It wasn’t until 2017 that the case was revisited and investigators found that Kelly had pulled the trigger and then lied about it for nine years.
After CBS 2 Exposed More Towing Scams, City Council Moves To Add Consumer ProtectionsNew reforms are in the works to protect Chicago car accident victims from predatory towing companies.  
How Has The Pandemic Affected Violent Crime On The CTA? It's Hard To Say For SureA gruesome crime at a Chicago Transit Authority station got us wondering – what has happened to violence on public transportation during the coronavirus pandemic?
Illinois Sexual Assault Victims Can Now Track Rape Kits But System Does Not Track Backlog Of 6,000Sexual assault victims in Illinois can finally track their rape kits. It is a huge step for survivors trying to get answers in their cases, but there is a catch.
Report Gives Chicago Police 'Beyond A Failing Grade' For Poor Clearance Rate Of Sexual Assault CasesThere is really nothing worse than getting an F in school – or in anything else. But Chicago Police are getting beyond a failing grade when it comes to solving sexual assault cases.
Getting Hosed: Woman Charged $24,000 For Water She Never UsedAfter Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently announced a plan to resume meter installations, we looked into the City program and discovered how ineffective it will be -- especially for one Chicagoan getting hosed.

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University Of Illinois Plans Spring Semester Around PandemicThe University of Illinois is already looking ahead at spring semester during the pandemic.The school wants to keep going with a blend of in-person and online classes, so the semester will start a week later on January 25.
University Of Michigan COVID OrderThe Washtenaw County Health Department in Michigan has issued a stay-in-place order for students at the University of Michigan until Election Day due to the surge of coronavirus cases.
New COVID Rules For Chicago Suburbs, Other Parts Of IllinoisCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports bars and restaurants in DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties will have to halt indoor service starting Friday, as the state announced tougher COVID-19 restrictions for much of the Chicago suburbs due to a resurgence of the virus throughout the state.
Milwaukee Women Accused Of Robbing Chicago Men Of $85,000CBS 2's Chris Tye reports authorities said the women are now under arrest.
Gov. JB Pritzker Announces Tougher COVID Restrictions For DuPage, Kane, Will, And Kankakee CountiesBars and restaurants in DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties will have to halt indoor service starting Friday, as the state announced tougher COVID-19 restrictions for much of the Chicago suburbs due to a resurgence of the virus throughout the state.
Chicago Weather: Cold And Dreary For The DayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a look at the extended forecast.