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CBS 2 Weather Watch 10 p.m. 6-19-19CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the forecast.
Drivers Under The Influence Of Marijuana Twice As Likely To Crash, According To AAAIn a state that is gearing up for legalization, there's been pushback from the beginning from groups like the Illinois Sheriff's Association, who said there is no roadside testing available for use by law enforcement in Illinois to test if a driver has been high or even is high in that moment. 
Agents Raid Alderman Carrie Austin's Ward Office; Third High-Profile City Pol Under Federal MicroscopeFederal agents have raided another Chicago alderman's office, this time the Far South Side ward office of Ald. Carrie Austin, once the powerful chair of the City Council Budget Committee.
Family Of Teen Michael Elam Jr., Who Was Killed By Police, Plans To File Federal Lawsuit ThursdayThe family of 17-year-old Michael Elam Jr., who was shot and killed by a Chicago police officer in February of this year plans to file a federal lawsuit Thursday. 
Man Suspected Of Shooting Walgreens Shoplifting Suspect Turns Himself In To PoliceA man suspected in the shooting death of a Walgreens shoplifting suspect has turned himself in to police and is being questioned.
Glenview Parents Say Day Care Didn't Tell Them About Lead In Water For MonthsParents in Glenview are frustrated and confused after they got an email a few days ago stating that their children's day care and learning center found lead in the water late last year. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch 5 p.m. 6-19-19CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the forecast.
Tow Zone Sign In Front Of West Chesterfield Salon To StayThe "no parking" sign on east 95th Street in West Chesterfield was installed last week right in front of Phil Smith's hair salon. 
Man Charged After Dumping Friend's BodyA 60-year-old man has been charged with trying to cover up the death of a friend who overdosed in January by stuffing his body in a garbage can in the Englewood neighborhood. CBS 2's Suzanne LeMignot reports.

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Agents Raid Alderman Austin's OfficeFederal agents have raided another Chicago alderman's office, this time the Far South Side ward office of Ald. Carrie Austin, once the powerful chair of the City Council Budget Committee. CBS 2's Megan Hickey and Derrick Blakley report.
Man Charged With Concealing Friend's Death From OverdoseA 60-year-old man has been charged with trying to cover up the death of a friend who overdosed in January, by stuffing his body in a garbage can in the Englewood neighborhood. Ken Molestina reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (11AM, June 19, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
No Jackpot In Queen Of Hearts RaffleAfter a nine-month break, the McHenry County VFW Queen of Hearts raffle is back, but nobody picked up the big prize in Tuesday night's drawing.
Cubs Fan Blinded By Foul Ball Praises White Sox Plan To Extend NettingA man who lost the sight in his right eye after he was hit by a foul ball at Wrigley Field in 2017 is applauding the White Sox for moving to install protective netting all the way down the foul lines at Guaranteed Rate Field. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Gunman In CTA Bus Shooting Caught On CameraChicago Police have released surveillance photos of the suspect who allegedly shot three people on a CTA bus Monday evening in Chatham, near 77th and State. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Off-Duty Cop Trades Shots With Robbery SuspectAn off-duty Chicago police officer fired shots while trying to stop a robbery attempt in the Morgan Park neighborhood, police said. Sources said the target of the robbery was the officer's wife. CBS 2's Megan Hickey reports.
Boeing Makes First 737 Sales In MonthsBoeing has made its first sale of 737 Max planes since the aircraft were grounded after two fatal crashes linked to software problems.
Carpentersville Police Shoot Man In ShootoutPolice in northwest suburban Carpetnersville shot a man who allegedly opened fire on officers in a residential area Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
After Years Of Complaints, Muddy Mess Gets Sudden FixA Calumet City couple said they complained for at least five years about a muddy problem in their alley, without help from the city. Suddenly, public works crews showed up less than an hour after CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory marched in with questions.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, June 19, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Northfield BIke Path Plan Stirs ControversyPutting in a bike path might not seem controversial on the surface, but some people living in north suburban Northfield are not happy with the current plan to extend the existing Skokie Valley Trail. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
One Injured In Englewood FireOne person was injured in a house fire Wednesday morning in the Englewood neighborhood.
Police Release Surveillance Photos Of Gunman In CTA Bus ShootingChicago Police have released surveillance photos of the suspect who allegedly shot three people on a CTA bus Monday evening in Chatham, near 77th and State.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 10 p.m. 6-18-19CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the forecast.
Roosevelt Road Construction In Elmhurst Causing Danger, Damaging Cars, Drivers SayThere are a few bumps in Roosevelt Road, but one of the big ones comes with no heads up.
Medical Records Left Behind From Shuttered Chatham Medical Facility After It Lost State Health Department LicenseCity crews began cleaning up the medical record mess behind the shuttered Medical Professional Home Healthcare center in Chatham less than an hour after CBS 2 began asking questions about it. 
Elevator Malfunctions Cause Seniors To Wait Nearly An Hour To Get To Apartments At Patrick Sullivan Senior ApartmentsHundreds of seniors in a Chicago high rise say their lives are in danger because they have to wait almost an hour to get to their apartments on a good day.
Chicago Police Officers Cleared In 2016 Shooting Death Of Joshua Beal In Mount GreenwoodTwo Chicago police officers have been cleared in the November 2016 Mount Greenwood shooting death of 25-year-old Joshua Beal. The Civilian Office of Police Accountability said the shooting was within policy. 
Barrington Parents Frustrated By Program For Special Needs StudentsA group of parents is fighting to find the right space for their special needs children to learn and adjust to life after high school, and those parents say the Barrington 220 School District is not taking their concerns seriously enough. 

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