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Chicago Weather: Warmer Temps Return This WeekThe low for Monday night is 61 with fair skies.
With Eviction Moratorium Over, Many Chicagoans In Need Of Rental Assistance Are Still In LimboThe nationwide moratorium on evictions is over, but thousands are still waiting to find out if help is on the way.
Arab Americans in Illinois Will Finally Be Counted When They Get Their Vaccine
127-Year-Old Lakeview East Building Relocated To Accommodate CTA ProjectWork on the building should be finished in September.
Stunt Motorcycle Riding On Stevenson Expressway Leads To Fiery Crash; Driver Who Got Caught Behind It Said She Felt She Was In DangerIn a scary scene on a crowded Chicago expressway this past weekend, a motorcycle crash ended in a blaze of flames.
Aurora Kicks Off Black Business Month With Opening Of New Black-Owned Business, Kalargian Kid, At Fox Valley MallThe City of Aurora on Monday kicked off National Black Business month with a brand-new Black-owned business.
Arlington International Racecourse Plans To Lay Off 237 Employees Next MonthArlington International Racecourse has notified the State of Illinois of its plans to lay off 237 employees next month.
Gov. JB Pritzker Signs Sweeping Changes To How Illinois FOID Card System WorksIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday signed sweeping changes to the state's Firearm Owners Identification card system.
Joliet Police Sgt. Javier Esqueda, Who Blew Whistle On Eric Lurry's Death In Custody, Receives Moral Courage AwardA Joliet police sergeant who first came forward to CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini with allegations of misconduct in the death of a suspect in custody, has received the moral courage award.

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Arab Americans in Illinois Will Finally Be Counted When They Get Their Vaccine
Joliet Police Sgt. Javier Esqueda, Who Blew Whistle On Eric Lurry's Death In Custody, Receives Moral Courage AwardA Joliet police sergeant who first came forward to CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini with allegations of misconduct in the death of a suspect in custody, has received the moral courage award.
Cook County Offers Assistance With Eviction Moratorium Ending; Landlords Say Moratorium Has Had Their Hands TiedA federal ban on evictions expired over the weekend, and now they worry they will lose the roof over their heads. Some protections in place will delay the actual enforcement of evictions in Illinois until next month.
'I Hope The City Does The Right Thing And Refunds Those Tickets:' CBS 2 Investigators Discover Speed Camera Sign Mistakes, And Get ResultsIf you recently got a speeding ticket in Chicago, you might not deserve it. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered a big problem that may mean the city owes thousands of drivers a whole lot of money.
South Side Couple Says Contractor Took Their Money And Left Rubble Behind; Contractor Says He Did Not Scam ThemA South Side couple reached out to us for help, sending us pictures after they said they were scammed out of thousands of dollars - with only rubble to show for it.
Women May Have Gotten Botched Mammograms At Hoffman Estates Office"I think that's really unfortunate."
'I Cannot Risk Her Life': Indian Prairie, Matteson Parents Want Remote Learning, District Requires Kids In Classrooms"For me and my family, we all have asthma."
Mayor's Office, Fire Commissioner Say Review Of City Policy On Gender-Based Violence Is Needed, With Firefighter-EMT Accused Of Rape Still On The JobThere was major fallout from city officials Wednesday, amid revelations that a firefighter-EMT is still on the job after being charged with raping a woman he knew.
Chicago Firefighter-EMT Erik Zuma Is Charged With Raping Someone He Knows, But He's Still On The JobA Chicago firefighter stands charged with raping someone he knows – but call 911 for help, and he may still be the one who responds.

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