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Chicago Weather: Showers Sunday Evening, Cooler Air ComingAfter nearly two weeks with no rain, we will see showers develop this evening with rain lingering into early Monday.
Community Gathers To Remember Charity Founder Betty Price, Known As 'Mother Of Englewood'Betty Price was known as the Mother of Englewood – the heart and soul of a community with more than its share of challenges.
Viewer Contacts CBS 2 About Dangerous Leaning Power Pole On Far South Side; CDOT Has Now Taken ActionA dangerous leaning power pole on the city’s Far South Side prompted quick action from the Chicago Department of Transportation.
Student Athletes And Parents Plan Lawsuit To Resume School SportsParents and students in Illinois plan to put more pressure on state leaders and education officials to reopen schools and start fall sports, even going so far as to file a class action lawsuit to get back on the field. 
Car Smashes Into Nakamol Jewelry Store After Barreling Down Michigan AvenueA car crashed into the Nakamol jewelry store on Michigan Avenue downtown Sunday afternoon.
Gov. Pritzker Honors National Guard, Gold Star FamiliesIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Sunday honored National Guard and Illinois Gold Star families at a ceremony in Marseilles.
Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield ParkA woman has been charged with first-degree murder connection with the stabbing death of her 5-year-old daughter on Chicago's West Side.
Woman Found Stabbed To Death In North Branch Of The Chicago RiverChicago police are looking into the gruesome discovery of a woman's body in the north branch of the Chicago River. 
President Trump Paid Just $750 In Federal Income Taxes While In office, New York Times Reports; Mr. Trump Calls It 'Fake News'President Trump took to the podium Sunday hours after a bombshell New York Times report alleged he only paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2017, the year he took office. Mr. Trump insisted the report was "fake news" and "made up," but again claimed he cannot release his tax returns because he is under audit, although an audit does not stop him from releasing them publicly.

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Community Activists Concerned About Progress On Chicago Police ReformOrganizers of a vigil for Laquan McDonald's birthday say real reform can only happen with significant changes to the Chicago Police Union contract.
Surge In Illegal Drugs And COVID-19 Counterfeits During Pandemic ShipmentsAn explosion of illegal drugs and an increasing cache of counterfeits are flowing through one of the busiest mail facilities in the country, right here in Chicago.
CPD Says Sex Offender Registry Is Back Open, But Offenders Now Say They Can't Get ThroughFor months, sex offenders In Chicago were given a grace period. The registration office was closed due to COVID-19, to the dismay of some of their victims. Now the registry is back open, but some sex offenders can’t get through.
Patrick Stein, Young Stroke Victim, Needs A Home Nurse, But Blue Cross Blue Shield Stopped Paying For One; 'Without This He Will Die'Patrick Stein, 27, is incredibly smart, but he’s been trapped inside his body for a decade. He was only 17 when a massive stroke left him with only the use of his eyes
Staffing Issues, COVID-19 Cases At Postal Service Prompt Concern About Mail-In Ballots In Chicago And BeyondThere are now 44 days until the November election, and on this day, when everyone is being urged to register to vote, we are learning there are big worries about mail-in ballots.
Victims Await Justice After Cicero Kindergarten Teacher Accused Of Sexual Abuse Slipped Through Cracks For YearsA former kindergarten teacher is accused of sexually abusing students at school. His alleged victim is fighting for justice and sharing her story with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini.
Illinois 'Move Over' Law Isn't Being Followed By All Motorists"We lost two troopers in the line of duty, two Scott's Law violations last year."
A State Order To Prevent Homelessness Is Causing It For SomeA young mother’s dream to provide a home for her daughter was crushed by COVID-19, and they have been left homeless.
McHenry County Board Chairman Calls For Carlos Acosta's Resignation Following Arrest In A.J. Freund CaseFriday night the chairman of the board was calling on fellow board member Carlos Acosta, the caseworker assigned to A.J., to resign.