For her first day as Chicago's Mayor, Lori Lightfoot greeted hundreds of well wishers just hours after her inauguration earlier Monday morning. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has the story.

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CBS 2 Weather Watch (11AM, Sept. 19, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
Update Expected On Investigation Of Fetal Remains Found In Will CountyA week after more than 2,200 fetal remains were found in a late abortion doctor’s garage, investigators plan to shed more light on the disturbing discovery. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
Small Plane Crashes In AuroraA small plane crash-landed Thursday morning in a field near the Aurora Municipal Airport.
Nurses Ready For One-Day Strike At University Of Chicago Medical CenterTalks broke down between the University of Chicago Medical Center and the union representing about 2,200 nurses Wednesday night – setting the stage for a one-day strike, though the hospital will keep striking nurses off the job for five days.
Otter Pups In Need Of Names Come To Shedd AquariumTwo rescued sea otter pups at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium need names, and you can help choose! Members of the public can vote as many times as they would like on the Shedd website starting Thursday. Voting ends Saturday, Sept. 28. (Video credit: ©Shedd Aquarium/Sam Cejtin)
Small Plane Crash Lands Near Aurora AirportA small plane crash-landed Thursday morning in a field near the Aurora Municipal Airport. The pilot and passenger both walked away without injuries.
Man Charged In Series Of Burglaries; Police Say He Might Be Linked To MoreA man has been charged with a string of burglaries on the South Side last month, and police said a distinct tattoo on his arm might link him to more crimes.
Homophobic Graffiti Sprayed On Rogers Park Apartment BuildingVandals tagged a Rogers Park apartment building with homophobic graffiti twice since last week, and police are investigating the incidents as a hate crime.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, Sept. 19, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.

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Electric Vehicle Sales On The Rise, But More Charging Stations Needed To Keep The Trend GoingElectric vehicles have become much more popular among environmentally conscious drivers, but fast-charging stations remain too few and far between for many drivers to reliably travel long distances.
Missionary Trying To Help Refugee Musician From Venezuela Come To U.S.As the situation in Venezuela continues to deteriorate amid growing political unrest due to a bitter power struggle, a Chicago native is trying to help bring a young musician and his talents to the U.S.
Update Coming On Discovery Of 2,200 Fetal Remains In WIll CountyA week after more than 2,200 fetal remains were found in a late abortion doctor’s garage, investigators plan to shed more light on the disturbing discovery. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 PM Sept. 18, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your extended forecast.
Gas Main Breaks Mean Big Cost For West DundeeConstruction crews hit gas main breaks three times in West Dundee last week, and the village says it will cost $10,000.
3 Now Dead In West Side ShootingThe shooting happened in broad daylight on Madison Street at Keeler Avenue.
Norridge High School Threat Suspect ApprehendedJonathan Reyees was also wanted in an armed robbery in Niles.
Manhunt On After Woman Is Shot In Fulton River DistrictThe woman was shot in broad daylight by a man who pulled up on a bicycle. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
FULL INTERVIEW: One-On-One With FBI's Jeffrey SalletCBS 2's Brad Edwards has an exit interview with outgoing Chicago FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Jeffrey Sallet.
Tonight At 10: An Exit Interview With FBI's Jeffrey SalletChicago FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Jeffrey Sallet leaves his post on Friday. He talked with CBS 2's Brad Edwards about his time in the post, and Chicago corruption.
Critical Game For The Chicago CubsCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports, the Cubs have to take the series finale from Cincinnati tonight to avoid falling three games behind the St. Louis Cardinals.
Could Alleged Sex Abuse By Ex-CPS Security Guard Have Been PreventedJames Wilson was forced to resign in 2009 after a DCFS investigation. But it was only this year, a decade later, that he was charged with a crime. CBS 2's Megan Hickey reports.
Bears Kicker Aims High On And Off The FieldCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports after a last second win over the Denver Broncos, kicker Eddy Piñeiro is getting used to his new found fame as the team's winning player.
Sperm Donor Linked To Autism, Other DisabilitiesDanielle Rizzo's sons were both conceived with the same sperm donor, and both were diagnosed with autism. As CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports, they weren't the only ones.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5 PM Sept. 18, 2019)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 7-day forecast.
Mapping Out Pot Sales In ChicagoCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot plans to ban pot sales in the downtown area. But she wants to set up seven zones within the city limits where sales for recreational marijuana can take place.
Officials Investigating Another Garage Owned By Abortion Doctor Who Kept 2,200 Fetal RemainsInvestigators are going to turn their focus on a garage in Indiana that is owned by an abortion doctor who is said to have kept over 2,200 fetal remains at a different garage in Illinois.
Woman Shot By Bicyclist In Fulton River District; Police Release Photo Of SuspectA 28-year-old woman was shot in the Fulton River District by an unknown offender on a bike Wednesday.
Elmhurst Student Charged With ThreatThe York Community High School student is accused of posing with an Airsoft gun and referencing show and tell.
Man Charged With Multiple Sexual Assaults On ChildrenA 53-year-old man arrested at O’Hare International Airport earlier this week has been charged with sexually assaulting several children.

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