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Chicago Weather: Mostly Sunny, Hot But A Chance For Some Storms Saturday Afternoon As heat and humidity continue to build, there is a growing chance of a thunderstorm on Saturday afternoon.
Search For Missing United Airlines Executive In Waterfall Glen Forest PreserveFriday night police and volunteers were searching for Jake Cefolia at Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. 
Group Of Women Attorneys Call Attention To Sexual Harassment In The CourtroomA group of women attorneys says they don't know where to turn when it comes to reporting sexual harassment in the courtroom.
Protesters Plan To Shut Down Dan Ryan ExpresswayIt's illegal on both state and federal levels to shut down an expressway, but Saturday there is a planned protest to do just that on the Dan Ryan at noon.
BREAKING: 12-Year-Old Boy Shot In Woodlawn NeighborhoodA 12-year-old boy was shot in Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood Friday night, police confirm. 
Chicago Bulls Fire Coach Jim BoylenThe Chicago Bulls have fired their coach, Jim Boylen, the team announced on Friday morning. 
Illinois Reports 2,264 New COVID-19 Cases, Highest Since May; 14 Counties See Risk Factors RiseThe Illinois Department of Public Health Friday announced 2,264 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease in Illinois, including 25 additional confirmed deaths.
Chicago's Napa The Golden Retriever Makes Prime Time DebutChicago's star golden retriever is making her prime time debut thanks to one of her little quirks caught on camera. 
Hewn Bakery Owners Forge Ahead With Expansion During COVID-19 Crisis

CBS 2 Investigators

Newly-Obtained Video Of Wrong Raid Highlights Inconsistencies In Body Cam Policies At CPDPolice body camera video could have shown exactly what happened during a police-involved shooting this past Sunday in Englewood.
There Were Warning Signs, But Now A Child Is Dead And Parents Charged With ManslaughterA 6-year-old girl was found dead in her Kendall County home, and her parents charged with involuntary manslaughter. But, could Kerri Rutherford’s death have been prevented?
Mayor Lightfoot Said Last Year That More Ambulances Would Be Coming With New Fire Contract, But Now They're Not
Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
Mother Of Man Shot By Police In Englewood Before Downtown Unrest Says He Had No Gun, Was Trying To Run AwayThe unrest that ravaged downtown Chicago in the early morning hours Monday started after a police-involved shooting the day before in Englewood. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini went inside the home where the shooting victim ran after he was hit by police gunfire.
How Did Bad Information About Englewood Cop Shooting Spark Looting?The city’s mayor and top cop blame misinformation for the tension that erupted around Sunday afternoon’s non-fatal officer-involved shooting in Englewood.
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.