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Chicago Weather: Slightly Warmer Tuesday, Rain Chance Mid-WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Oct. 18, 2021.
Indiana Attorney General Files Lawsuit Over Harassing RobocallsHow many times have you heard your phone ring or felt it vibrate, only to discover it was an annoying robocall? If the answer is too many, you’re not alone. As CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports, the Indiana Attorney General has filed a lawsuit over the matter.
If CPD Officers Are Stripped Of Powers For Not Reporting Vaccination, What Could Be Impact On Public Safety?The Chicago Police Department late Monday was still tabulating how many officers have been stripped of their police powers because they did not report their COVID-19 vaccination status to the city. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
CPD Officer Released From Hospital After Being Shot In Face; Suspect In CustodyThe officer was shot after responding to a confrontation at the Ulta store at the shopping center North and Sheffield avenues Monday afternoon. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Chicago Police Officer Released From Hospital After Being Shot In Lincoln ParkThe officer returned to the Near North District police station in his hospital gown before heading home.
Armed Robbers Demand Credit Cards, Phones, PINs, In Wicker Park, West Town Stick-UpsIn a series of bold armed robberies in the Wicker Park and West Town areas, the criminals are asking not only for phones and credit cards, but also PINs.
Parade, Rally For Chicago Sky Coming TuesdayCBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports on the preparations to honor the WNBA champions.
Magnificent Mile: More Trouble For Area That Was Once A Crown Jewel Of American RetailChicago Police have issued a formal warning after continued robberies on and around the city’s Magnificent Mile, at a time when stores continue to leave while others fight to stay in business after big pandemic hits. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports that retail leaders say the problem is so bad, that new business is hesitant to move in.
City Of Evanston Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For Municipal StaffThe City of Evanston announced Monday that it will enact a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all municipal staff effective Nov. 15.
More Than A Third Of Chicago Police Staff Missed COVID-19 Vaccine Reporting DeadlineFriday night was the deadline for all city workers to inform the city of their vaccination status, or face the prospect of being placed on “no pay” status. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Chicago Police Officer Shot In Face In Lincoln Park After Responding To 911 CallPolice said the suspect shot an officer who was responding to a call at the Ulta beauty store in the shopping center at North and Sheffield avenues. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Chicago Weather: Clear Skies Tuesday EveningCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Oct. 18, 2021.
City To Celebrate Chicago Sky WNBA Championship In Millennium Park TuesdayChicago will celebrate the Sky's WNBA Championship win Tuesday with a parade from Wintrust Arena to downtown, and a rally in Millennium Park. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports.
Doctor Says Colin Powell's Death Should Not Deter Anyone From Getting VaccinatedFormer Secretary of State Colin Powell died Monday due to complications from COVID-19, amid an ongoing battle with cancer. He was fully vaccinated but with several health issues. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
CPD Officer Shot In Lincoln Park After Confrontation At Ulta Beauty StoreCBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports from the scene at North and Sheffield avenues.
Officer Shot In Shopping Center Parking Lot In Lincoln ParkThe officer was shot in the face in the parking lot at North and Sheffield avenues Monday afternoon. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Water Woes Continue In Dixmoor, After Water Main Break In Neighboring HarveyThe water woes continue in south suburban Dixmoor, after residents spent part of the day with no water, and they’re blaming the city of Harvey. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports crews have been working to make repairs.
Student Thomas Osadzinski Guilty Of Helping Terror Group ISIS With Social MediaA Chicago college student was convicted Monday of assisting the terrorist group ISIS by writing computer code to help the group more effectively distribute propaganda on social media channels. Katie Johnston reports.
Two Outages At Roseland Pumping Station In May Were Caused By Internal Equipment Failure, Not ComEd, Watchdog Report FindsA new inspector general’s report determined a city equipment failure, not ComEd power outages, caused a South Side water pumping station to shut down twice in May. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Firefighter Fired Over Racist Social Media Posts; City Worker Reprimanded For Bringing Gun To O'HareA Chicago firefighter-EMT has been fired, after a watchdog investigation into a series of racist, offensive, and threatening posts on Facebook. Katie Johnston reports.
Group Robs Three 7-Eleven Stores Within 30 Minutes DowntownA group of men robbed three 7-Eleven convenience stores downtown in a span of 30 minutes on Monday morning, Chicago Police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Candace Parker Hits The Portillo's Drive Thru After WNBA Championship WinWhere does a hometown girl go after winning the WNBA Championship?
William Shatner Speaks At Rosemont Convention After Blue Origin RideJust days after his historic flight into space, William Shatner visited the Chicago area. Shatner made it out to the Wizard World Chicago convention in Rosemont.
City Threatens To Fire Police Officers Who Don't Follow Vaccine MandateThe back and forth between the mayor and the Chicago police union continues, with the city sending out a flurry of emails and memos as its vaccine mandate enters its first full week in effect. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe obtained the latest threatening memo sent out to officers.

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