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CPS To Start New School Year With Remote Learning Only Amid Rise In COVID-19 Cases
Facing a slow but steady rise in new COVID-19 cases in Chicago, and the possibility of a strike vote by the Chicago Teachers Union next week, Chicago Public Schools officials ditched plans to have some students in classrooms to start the school year, and announced a fully remote learning plan for the fall. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
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CPD Officer Shot In The Leg
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CPS Announces New School Year Will Start With All Students Learning Remotely Due To Rising COVID-19 Cases
The district originally planned a hybrid model of both remote learning and in-class instruction, but now will move to an entirely virtual plan to start the school year.
CPD Officer Shot In Lawndale; Suspect In Custody
A Chicago police officer was shot in the Lawndale neighborhood early Wednesday morning.
Attorneys Demand Chicago Police Stop Its ‘Abusive’ Search Warrant Tactics, Or They’ll Take CPD to Federal Court
'The Love Fridge' Helping People Find, Donate Food
Refrigerators filled with food are placed in alleys and sidewalks right out in the open.
Chicago School Closings
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Amanda Balionis On 2020 PGA Championship At TPC Harding Park: 'The Ball Is Not Going To Go As Far As We're Used To Seeing The Last Six Weeks'
The CBS Sports golf reporter discusses this week's PGA Championship, the first major of the season, and how the course and weather will challenge players.
Abreu Hits Tiebreaking Single In 7th As White Sox Beat Brewers Again
Jose Abreu hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning, helping Lucas Giolito and the Chicago White Sox edge the Milwaukee Brewers.
Cubs Hold Off Royals Again For 5th Win In A Row
Jason Heyward, Jason Kipnis and Willson Contreras homered and the Chicago Cubs overcame another shaky outing by closer Craig Kimbrel to beat the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night for their fifth straight win.
Unlike Illinois Youth Sport Restrictions, Kids In Indiana Can Play Ball, 'To Proceed As Planned'
"It's sort of a recipe for disaster."
TPC Harding Park Profile: Municipal Gem Hosts The PGA Championship
With the 2020 PGA Championship, TPC Harding Park, one of the country's best municipal courses, will add another chapter to its storied history.
No Fans In The Stands At This Year's Indianapolis 500
It was a flip for Penske, who purchased the iconic speedway in January and has spent every day since upgrading his new showplace to prepare for his favorite race.
Ed's Driveway: Cadillac XT6
CBS 2's Ed Curran is test driving the Cadillac XT6.
PAWS Pets Of The Week: Chilli And Benedict
The PAWS pets of the week are Chilli and Benedict.
Career Coach: Job Recruiters
Job recruiters are the focus this week.
Divvy Debuting E-Bikes Wednesday
DIvvy is debuting new e-bikes on Wednesday.
'The Simple Answer Is A Button': Orland Park Resident Spreading Messages Of Unity, Support
An Orland Park resident is proving the simple act of wearing a button can make a huge impact.
Apartments For Rent in Chicago: What Will $1,100 Get You?
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Park District Police Chief Charged With Videotaping Sex Acts Without The Women's Permission
"There's more than two women. I am hoping that through the media and exposure on this case more women come forward because the images that I have, there are dozens of women who are unidentified."