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Crest Hill Couple Charged With Taking Part In U.S. Capitol RiotJohn and Amy Schubert were arrested on federal charges on Monday, accused of taking part in the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar talked with some of the Schuberts' neighbors.
Driver Makes It To Chicago Skyway Toll Bridge After Being ShotA child was in the back seat of the car when it stopped.
Eloy Jimenez 10-Times Really Excited About Returning To White SoxThe White Sox may have dropped two of three to the Milwaukee Brewers, but they’re starting off the week with a big add.
Chicago Leaders Celebrate 31st Anniversary Of The Americans With Disabilities ActThere are expanding opportunities for peopke with disabilities thanks to a 31-year-old law. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attended a celebration marking the 31st anniversary of the Americans with disabilities act. The event in the Tri-Taylor neighborhood included a live band. City leaders also discussed the importance of ensuring accessibility for everyone regardless of their physical abilities. 
Javy Baez Spends Day With Youngest Cubs Fans At Pro CampWith the trade deadline coming up on Friday, Javy Baez is one of the Cubs who could be exported. But as CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek reports, for now the ailing shortstop is attending to other things. He gave the youngest of Cubs fans a day to remember.
Some Upset That Joe DiMaggio Statue Has Been Removed From Plaza In Little ItalyA statue of Joe DiMaggio vanished two years ago from Chicago’s Little Italy, and community members want to know where it went. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports on where it did go, and why the Italian American Sports Hall of Fame says it won't be back at that location.
Could A Vaccine Requirement Be Coming For Chicago City Workers?New York City on Monday announced that all municipal workers must either get a COVID-19 vaccine or a weekly test. Could the same rule be coming to Chicago? CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Suburban DuPage, Will Counties Highlighted As COVID Hot ZonesTwo counties in the greater Chicago area have been highlighted as hot zones for the coronavirus as cases rise again. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.

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