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Eviction Moratorium Update: With CDC Extension Unlikely, What Will Happen To Renters?The CDC's eviction moratorium ends on July 31, which leaves renters uncertain about their future in an economy still recovering from COVID.
Lightfoot Could Announce Vaccine Mandate For City Workers 'Soon'; Talks With Labor Unions UnderwayMayor Lori Lightfoot said she expects to announce soon whether city workers will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face regular testing for the virus, as her administration negotiates with various labor unions on what those rules could look like.
Over 18,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims are among 400,000 total claims filed across the country last week.
Chicago Bears Fans Arrive At Training CampUnlike in years past when camp was in Bourbonnais, it's limited capacity and no player autographs because of COVID.
COVID-19 In Illinois: 10 Deaths, 51 Hospitalizations In Breakthrough Cases In Past WeekIn the past week, Illinois had 10 deaths and 51 hospitalizations from breakthrough COVID cases, when fully vaccinated people get infected with the virus.
Remains Of WWII Soldier Arthur Countryman Return To PlainfieldCountryman's family will hold a funeral for him on August 6.
Chicago Weather: Cleanup Underway Across City And Suburbs After Powerful Storms OvernightIn the Englewood neighborhood, cars were crushed when trees and power lines fell in the heavy rain and high winds near 74th and Carpenter.
Lollapalooza Kicks Off In Grant ParkLollapalooza kicks off at Grant Park Thursday.
Anthony Lorenzi, Charged In Murder Of Gyovanny Arzuaga During Puerto Rican Parade In Humboldt Park, Extradited From San Diego, To Appear In Bond CourtAnthony Lorenzi, 34, was arrested in San Diego on July 9, charged with one count of first-degree murder in the slaying of 24-year-old Gyovanny Arzuaga on June 19.

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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.
Women May Have Gotten Botched Mammograms At Hoffman Estates Office"I think that's really unfortunate."
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.
Aldermen Urge Passage Of 'Anjanette Young Ordinance' Seeking Sweeping Changes To CPD Search Warrant Procedures; 'We Have An Obligation To Change Policy'“What we all saw happen to Ms. Anjanette Young, we’re trying to prevent this from happening again,” Ald. Maria Hadden (49th) said.
31 Percent Of Illinois Nursing Homes Are Not Providing CDC With COVID-19 Vaccine Information, Organization SaysWe first told you about Alan Matthews – a longtime resident of the Landmark Nursing Home in Richton Park – two weeks ago. His cousin came to us after finding out he was months overdue for his second COVID-19 vaccine dose. And CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov found Matthews is likely not the only one – because no one is really keeping track.
Chicago Aldermen Set To Discuss Anjanette Young Ordinance, Calling For Rules Protecting People's Civil Rights During Police RaidsChicago aldermen on Tuesday will discuss a proposed city ordinance that is aimed at making sure what happened to Anjanette Young doesn’t happen to you.
'Not Sending My Child Back': Parents Of Wheaton School District Upset About Mask Optional Rule"They have their choice, but their choice takes away the safety of everyone around them."
New Loyola Study Concludes Prison Sentences For Gun Charges Often Don't Target Violent Offenders And Don't Improve SafetyFor months, we have been digging into the sources of the violence, and possible solutions. As CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reported Thursday, new research looks at prison sentences – and whether or not they actually keep us safer.
Chicago Woman Isn't Getting Answers About Why Her Cousin, In A Nursing Home, Has Not Been Given Second COVID Vaccine ShotA Chicago woman said she is hitting a wall of silence when it comes to finding out why her cousin – in a nursing home – is waiting for her second COVID-19 vaccination dose.