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Chicago Weather: Muggy And Mild OvernightIt will be rather warm Thursday night and quite humid. A stray shower or storm is possible to the north, although we expect most activity to stay over Wisconsin.
How Will Illinois Handle More COVID-19 Tests When Many Claim Their Tests Have Been Lost?On Thursday night, we asked how the state will handle more tests when many people claim their tests have been lost.
Aquasha Moore, 18, Dies Of COVID-19 A Week Before High School GraduationA week shy of graduation, a senior from Dunbar High School has died of COVID-19.
Chicago Police Officer Investigated After Being Heard Using Homophobic Slur During Unrest SaturdayA Chicago Police officer was under investigation Thursday night, after cell phone video captured him using a homophobic slur.
Video Taken By Cousin Shows Moments Before Women Were Dragged Out Of Car By Police Outside Brickyard MallNever-before-seen video showed more of the incident in which two women were dragged out of a car by Chicago Police officers outside the Brickyard Mall.
Kanye West Attends Protest Calling For End To Chicago Public Schools' Contract With Chicago PoliceKanye West was in attendance Thursday evening for a protest rally in solidarity with George Floyd, who died at the hands of Minneapolis police last week.
Rally Steps Off In Lincoln Park Neighborhood, Calls For Defunding Of Chicago Police DepartmentA rally was held late Thursday afternoon in Lincoln Park with, calling for the city to defund the Chicago Police Department.
Navy Pier To Reopen Outdoor Spaces; Rides Still ClosedNavy Pier is set to reopen next week, officials announced Thursday. 
Video Shows Horrific Crash That Left Woman Dead During Police Chase Through CityExclusive video obtained by the CBS 2 Investigators Thursday showed the moment a Chicago Police squad car slammed into a sport-utility vehicle on the city’s North Side the night before, killing a woman.

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Video Shows Horrific Crash That Left Woman Dead During Police Chase Through CityExclusive video obtained by the CBS 2 Investigators Thursday showed the moment a Chicago Police squad car slammed into a sport-utility vehicle on the city’s North Side the night before, killing a woman.
Hundreds Of Complaints Have Been Filed Against Chicago Police Officers Since Protests, Unrest BeganMultiple Chicago Police officers were under investigation this week, after hundreds of complaints were filed since Friday.
Family Sues Bridgeview Health Care Center, Saying It Failed To Protect Man Who Died From COVID-19A Burbank family is suing the nursing home where their father died, claiming it failed to protect him from the spread of COVID-19.
Chicago Promises $10 Million In Help For Looted Businesses; Community Members Concerned About AllocationThe City said grants will be made available on an emergency basis by the Department of Planning and Development. Many business owners and community members are eager to find out if they will qualify.
Naperville Business Owners Clean Up After Violence And LootingNaperville is cleaning up and boarding up after protests Monday night turned violent, including an explosive device being thrown at police. 
Challenges Of Rebuilding On Chicago's South Side 'Livelihoods Completely Devastated'"So now the community that you live in has to rebuild."
Community Leaders Talk About Meaning Of Protest, Need For Action Against RacismCommunity leaders are weighing in on the protests and what is behind their message, and they are concerned that the message is being lost. 
As Taverns Teeter On The Brink Due To COVID-19, City Requires Many To Fork Over Money For New Liquor LicenseWhile the city prepares to open next week, some businesses, that are not on the list are crying foul. CBS2 investigator Dorothy Tucker talks to owners, who face thousands of dollars in city fees, even though their doors remain closed.
Unlike Minneapolis, Chicago Police Policy Considers Neck Pressure Applied To George Floyd 'Deadly Force'The police tactic that led to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis is forbidden in the City of Chicago—a change in policy made in 2017.

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