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Illinois Reports Lowest Daily COVID-19 Case Count Since July, Infection Rate Below 3% For More Than Two WeeksIllinois reported 1,143 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as well as 20 more deaths. It's the fewest new coronavirus cases in a single day since July 28, a span of more than seven months. Katie Johnston reports.
Man, Woman Shot to Death, Bodies Found In Car In NW IndianaAuthorities say a man and woman were found dead from gunshot wounds in Gary inside a car that was running and had its hazard lights activated. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast for the week ahead.
Brookfield Zoo ReopensThe zoo reopened Monday after being closed for several months because of the pandemic. Closed spaces will remain off-limits for the exception of restrooms.
Investigation Underway After Apparent Suicide Of Chicago Police OfficerChicago police officer James Daly died at the Town Hall (19th) District police station early Monday morning in an apparent suicide.
CPS Welcomes Back Thousands Of K-5 Students As Phase-In Of In-Person Classes ResumesFor the first time in nearly a year, thousands of elementary school students returned to classrooms at the Chicago Public Schools on Monday, as the district moves forward with a phased-in plan to resume in-person classes. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Over 1 Million Indiana Residents Given First Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineOver 1 million Indiana residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine since December, the Indiana Department of Health announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Investigation Underway After Death Of Chicago Police OfficerChicago police officer James Daly died at the Town Hall (19th) District police station early Monday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Women's History Month: Two Politicians Decades Apart In Experience Inspire People Of All AgesToday marks the first day of Women's History Month, and the Morning Insiders wanted to kick off March with some kick-butt females.
Kindergarten Through 5th Grade CPS Students Return To Class MondayIn-person learning resumes for Kindergarten through 5th grade Chicago Public Schools students. 
Illinois License Plate Fees For Some Trailers Jumped 555% Over A Year Ago, And Issue Still Has Not Been ResolvedWith warmer weather just around the corner, boaters are counting on the state to finally do something about skyrocketing trailer fees.
Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Above-Average Streak Ends MondayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021.
Black History Makers: Terrance Wallace Has Brought At-Risk Boys To Barrington Hills For A New LifeTerrance Wallace is happily taking on an enormous responsibility - becoming a role model and father figure, and a History Maker. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Chicago Remembers Actress And Comedian Erica WatsonThe many fans of Erica Watson are remembering the Chicago actress and standup comedian tonight. Watson's brother said she died of complications from COVID-19 in Jamaica.
Family Believes Fire That Killed Mother, Daughter May Have Been Intentionally SetA mother and her 10-year-old daughter died in an Auburn Gresham neighborhood house fire early Sunday, and the family doesn’t think it was an accident. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Carjacking Arrest Brings Hope For Answers From Family Of Northwest Side Hit-And-Run VictimA carjacking arrest is bringing new hope for answers to the family of a hit-and-run victim. As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports, Chicago Police have connected a clue that could mean a break in the case.
Cubs Preparing For First Cactus League Game MondayThe Cubs will play their first Cactus League game on Monday against the new-look San Diego Padres.
Chicago Weather: From Blustery To Breezy Sunday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 5:30 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021.
Shedd Aquarium Asks Restaurants To Help Curb Plastic UseThe Shedd Aquarium is enlisting the help of restaurants to keep plastic out of the Great Lakes.
Former President Trump Speaks At CPACFormer President Donald Trump made his first public speech Sunday since leaving the White House, addressing a large crowd at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. CBS News Nancy Chen reports.
Outbound Kennedy Expressway Ramp To Montrose Avenue Reopens MondayConstruction on the Montrose Avenue bridge over the Kennedy Expressway is one step closer to completion.
Sen. Durbin Puts Pressure On USPS To Resolve Mail DelaysU.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) and several Chicago aldermen put more pressure Sunday on the U.S. Postal Service to help resolve the problem of severe mail delays in the city.
Saint Sabina Plans To Withhold Monthly Assessments From Archdiocese Of ChicagoLeadership at Saint Sabina Church announced Sunday that the church will withhold its monthly assessments of the church and school to the Archdiocese of Chicago starting in March. They say it is part of the church's "continued effort to get the Archdiocese of Chicago to swiftly conclude its investigation into the allegations against Fr. Pfleger."

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