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Suburban Chicago Man Gets 12 Years For Terror Aid EffortA federal judge has sentenced a suburban Chicago man to 12 years in prison for trying to help the Islamic State terrorist group by providing cellphones to be used as bomb detonators. Katie Johnston reports.
Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes Exhibit Now Open At Museum of Science and IndustryChicagoans can learn what it's like to be a super hero at the Museum of Science and Industry. The Marvel Universe of Super Heroes exhibit is now open. 
Northwestern University Dance MarathonThe virtual dance-off starts tonight at 7:00 and goes until 10:00 Saturday night,
Over 74,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims make up 10% of the estimated 745,000 filed across the country last week. 
Chicago Weather: Sun Peeks Through The CloudsCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a check on the extended forecast.
Discover Bringing 1,000 Jobs To Chatham At New Customer Care CenterDiscover Financial Services plans to bring about 1,000 new jobs to the Chatham neighborhood over the next four years, providing a big boost for the community.
South Shore Line Transit Officer Shoots Man During Struggle On Train In HegewischA Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Transit Police officer shot a 33-year-old man Thursday morning during a struggle on board a South Shore Line train at the Hegewisch station.
Skokie Break-(jsPolice in north suburban Skokie are investigating a couple of early break-ins.
2 Killed In High-Speed Crash On Southwest SidePolice said an 86-year-old man was driving northbound on the 8300 block of South Pulaski Road when a 25-year-old women in an SUV crashed into him.
Seniors Can Schedule COVID Vaccine Appointments At The United Center Beginning ThursdaySenior citizens in Chicago and in Illinois will exclusively be able to schedule their COVID vaccine appointments at the United Center starting Thursday morning.
Career Coach: Avoiding Scams While Job SearchingThis morning, the CBS 2 Career Coach is sharing what to look out for to avoid a scam. 
Residents Furious After Dumpsters Are Hauled Off At Low-Income Housing Complex, Not Returned For DaysA private trash company hauled away the dumpsters from a low-income housing complex this past Friday, and no one provided any replacements until this week.
Bourbonnais Elementary Teachers Going On Strike Thursday MorningThe teachers union made the announcement right before midnight.
More Cicero Families Come Forward As They Wait For Answers In Cold Case MurdersDespite an arrest warrant, John and Michael Fields’ killer is still on the loose.
Cooler Thursday; Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Cooler Temperatures LakesideCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, March 3, 2021.
Critics Say CPD Search Warrant Reforms Announced By Mayor Lightfoot Fall ShortCritics say policy changes announced Wednesday related to how Chicago police obtain and execute search warrants fall short of addressing a pattern of wrong raids first exposed by the CBS 2 Investigators. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Uber Driver Recounts Experience Of Being Carjacked By Teenage GirlAuthorities say a 14-year-old girl was behind at least four carjackings in Chicago. CBS 2's Tara Molina talked to one of her alleged victims, Uber driver Carolyn Andrews.
CFD To Administer COVID Vaccine To Homebound SeniorsStarting Thursday, the Chicago Fire Department will start distributing COVID-19 vaccines to seniors who are homebound. Also on Thursday, appointments open at 8:30 a.m. for Chicago's mass vaccine site at the United Center.
Third Man Claims Sexual Abuse By Father Michael PflegerA third man has come forward claiming that he was sexually abused by the Rev. Michael Pfleger when the man was a teenager more than 40 years ago. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
'I’m Not Increasing Capacity Until My Employees Have Access To A Vaccine'Restaurants in Chicago are now able to seat at 50% capacity. But one restaurant owner in the city is taking a unique approach and holding off until all of his employees get a COVID shot. CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reports from Andersonville.
Fire At Englewood Chicken Restaurant Spreads To Neighboring LaundromatChicago Fire Department officials said the fire started early Wednesday afternoon at a chicken restaurant at the corner of 61st and Halsted. The flames spread to the neighboring laundromat.
New CPD Search Warrant Policies Could Raise Accountability ConcernsSignificant changes are coming to the department's search warrant policies., but But there is a lot the new policy Mayor Lightfoot doesn't cover. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini has a critical analysis.
Illinois Superintendents Oppose Standardized Testing During COVID-19 PandemicCOVID-19 has already turned the school year upside down, and now there is a push to cancel standardized tests for grade schools and high schools in Illinois. 

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