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Loyola Freshman Learns On-Campus Living Canceled Minutes Before Boarding Flight To ChicagoA family from Salt Lake City, Utah, planned on moving their daughter into a dorm on Loyola University's campus but found out minutes before boarding the plane that the university canceled on campus living indefinitely. 
Chicago's Magnificent Mile At Risk For Massive Store Closures, Alderman SaysThe Mag Mile businesses aren't unique, but Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said it is the recent violence and spike in burglaries that is causing real concern now. 
Entire Cubs-Cardinals Series Postponed After More Positive Tests For St. LouisThe Chicago Cubs' game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night in St. Louis has been postponed, after another Cardinals player tested positive for COVID-19.
Postal Problems Mean No Checks, No Medications For WeeksWith a pandemic, elections, pharmaceuticals, and stimulus checks, the mail has never been more vital and is life or death for some. 
Lakeshore Businesses Left Behind By Beach Closures Try To Stay AliveLakefront restaurants have struggled with different reopening rules than other restaurants in the city, even though they could be better situated for social distancing than many of the bars and restaurants that have been open for months.
Gov. JB Pritzker Announces Potential Fines For Businesses That Violate Mask And Social Distancing Requirements“This is one way for us to make sure that businesses that have been scofflaws on this subject know that there is a real penalty at the end of the line here,” Pritzker said.
Orland Park Business Helping People Mask Up During The Pandemic, Combining Safety and Style"We're glad we're able to help the community. We wish we didn't have to have this store though. We're not happy there's a pandemic."
Troubling Statistics From The United States Postal Service, Set To Lose Billions In A 'Dire' SituationCBS 2 reached out to a spokesperson for the U.S. Postal Service in Chicago about the chronic problems residents have faced with infrequent deliveries. No one has responded, but in recent weeks, he has denied any issues with mail service in our area.
After Her Son's Murder, A Chicago Mother Asks The Community To Speak Up And Speak Out Against Gun Violence"I understand people are in fear, but by us not saying something, to me, that allows these people to run rampant."

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Lakeshore Businesses Left Behind By Beach Closures Try To Stay AliveLakefront restaurants have struggled with different reopening rules than other restaurants in the city, even though they could be better situated for social distancing than many of the bars and restaurants that have been open for months.
Eric Lurry's Widow Sues Joliet Officers Over His Death In Police CustodyVideo first obtained by the CBS 2 Investigators earlier this year showed Lurry, 37, on Jan. 28 as he was in the back seat of a police squad car, handcuffed during a drug-related arrest.
Remote Learning Leads To Surge In Childcare Needs For FamiliesThousands of working parents have been left scrambling for childcare as Chicago Public Schools goes to all remote learning for the fall as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Attorneys Demand Chicago Police Stop Its ‘Abusive’ Search Warrant Tactics, Or They’ll Take CPD To Federal CourtA team of lawyers instrumental in the Chicago Police consent decree is demanding an overhaul of the department’s search warrant process, saying its methods are unconstitutional.
'It Breaks Your Heart': Parents Worry How E-Learning Will Work For Diverse LearnersE-learning is a challenge for everyone, but what about kids who already needed special education? 
No Bail For Darrell Johnson, Suspect In Murder Of Jamari RicksJanari Ricks' family said they knew Darrell Johnson because he grew up in the area and he had a distinctive limp. Prosecutors said it was actually that old injury from a shooting that gave him away. He's being held with no bond.
Nearly A Year After Stray Bullet Killed Kentayvia Blackful In Harvey, Her Family Says Justice Has Been DelayedThe parents of Kentayvia Blackful were still grieving Monday night, nearly a year after their daughter was shot in the head by a stray bullet in Harvey and died on her 12th birthday.
With Wisconsin Set To Be Added To Chicago Quarantine List, It Turns Out No One Has Been Fined For Disobeying OrderWisconsin has been a popular getaway for people from Chicago during the coronavirus pandemic, but by Tuesday, anyone who visits will have to quarantine when they get home.
Some Chicago Bars Close Up Again Amid The Resetting Of COVID-19 Rules"I don't see why we're being singled out."

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