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Illinois Judge To Rule On Kyle Rittenhouse Extradition To KenoshaThe mother of a 17-year-old accused of killing two demonstrators in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is among those slated to testify Friday during a hearing in Illinois to decide if her son should be extradited across the border to stand trial on homicide charges.
Officer Who Fired Shots That Killed Man And Injured Woman In Waukegan Identified As Dante Salinas; He Has Been In Trouble BeforeCBS 2 has learned the police officer who opened fire on a young couple in Waukegan last week has been in trouble before.
UPS Hiring Over 3,200 Workers For Holiday Season During Hiring Events FridayCBS 2 is Working For Chicago by providing job resources during the pandemic. 
Halloween Display Features Skeletons Dancing In A Conga Line In Jefferson ParkA family in Jefferson Park is celebrating Halloween this year with a skeleton conga line. 
2 More Paintball Attacks Reported In The Loop, Streeterville OvernightPolice are investigating at least two more paint ball attacks, that happened overnight.
As Businesses Struggle During Pandemic, State Program Helps Companies Vie For Government ContractsAs Illinois continues the fight against COVID-19, the battle to keep businesses up and running during the pandemic rages on.
With Plummeting Ridership During Pandemic, Pace Bus Wants To Cut 73 Routes IndefinitelyPace already paused 73 routes in the spring and now, to save money, Pace wants to cut those routes indefinitely.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Skies Ahead; Windy WeekendSunny Skies are ahead. 
Chicago Weather: Lake Shore Flood AdvisoryA Lake Shore Flood Advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. Friday.

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Are Restaurants Really COVID-19 Super-Spreaders? Data Aren't Specific EnoughDoes the science show that restaurants are really super-spreaders for the virus?
Concerns Mount In Wisconsin Over Early Voting, Ballots, Voter Suppression As Election Day LoomsThere are growing concerns about voting in Wisconsin, a key swing state.
Car Theft In Fulton Market Neighborhood May Have Involved A Hack; 'We've Never Had This Kind Of Electronic Break Into The Vehicle'"We've had car break-ins in which people leave valuables in their car. We've had some cars stolen from valets right off the valet line. But we've never had this kind of electronic break in into the vehicle and an automatic theft."
UIC Doctors Say Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Trial May Have Information On Effectiveness By DecemberAt UIC doctors are well into giving the second dose of the vaccines and staying optimistic that they will be able to report on its effectiveness before the end of the year. 
Names, Private Information Of Child Sex Crime Victims Were Illegally Made Public In Cook County Court RecordsThis exposure of child victims’ information could have a chilling effect on victims who might report similar cases in the future.
Are Reminders To Mask Up And Social Distance Becoming White Noise? Expert Weighs In On How To Communicate ItCOVID fatigue is real, and if you have it, you’re not alone. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey spent the day Tuesday asking whether the strategy to get the word out is still working.
Remote Learning Makes Abuse Harder To Spot, Says Chicago Public Schools CEOChicago police received a horrific call Thursday afternoon of a 7-year-old girl observed performing a sexual act on a man live on an online learning session. 
More Than One Third Of Unemployment Claims In Illinois PUA System Have Been RejectedHundreds of thousands of Illinois’ gig workers, contractors, or self-employed workers have applied for jobless benefits due to COVID-19. And for months, we’re been hearing horror stories from applicants who say they haven’t seen a dime.
Homeless Landlord Gets Her Home BackA young mother and her daughter who had to sleep in their car because the eviction moratorium prevented them from sleeping in their own home. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker got results for them.

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