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Bears Starting To Get Ready For ChargersBut despite that, there's still a lot of talk about what went wrong in New Orleans. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Lightfoot's City Budget ProposalCBS 2 political investigator Dana Kozlov breaks down the budget that includes a congestion tax aimed at ride share users, a parking meter increase and an increase in the restaurant tax.
Superintendent Under SeigeCBS 2's Jim Williams reports Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is under fire again. This time, he's getting a no confidence vote from the Fraternal Order of Police for deciding to skip President Trump's speech next week.
Hebru Brantley's 'Nevermore Park'Chicago artist Hebru Brantley's "Nevermore Park" is a unique art installation that takes over a building where visitors can have an interactive experience with Brantley's art and his inspirations.
2 Hit By Pellet Gunfire Near IITThe attacks happened near 34th and State streets.
Unsuspecting People Shot In Head With PaintballsThe attacks happened miles apart, on Lowell Avenue on the Northwest Side and on Ohio Street in Streeterville. CBS 2's Steven Graves talked with one of the victims.
3 Suspects Held In Northwest Side CarjackingTwo kids were inside the car police say the suspects stole at Montrose and Marmora avenues.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 10-23-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Mayor Lightfoot's Budget ProposalCBS 2 political investigator Dana Kozlov reports on what Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is proposing in the new city budget. There won't be a massive tax hike but those using ride share services will have to dig deeper.
Lawyer Suing IHSA Over CPS Cross-Country RegionalsWith the teachers' strike in effect, the cross-country team at Jones College Prep may not compete in the state regionals. Attorney and father Kevin Sterling says he's going to sue to change that.
A Nurse In Every School: Norm Or Exception?As the Chicago teachers' strike continues, CBS 2's Chris Tye examines the sticking point of the Chicago Teachers Union's demand about school nurses.
FOP Issues Vote Of No Confidence In Supt. JohnsonSources say the final straw was Johnson's decision not to attend a speech by President Trump next week.
David Ross Is The Cubs New SkipperDavid Ross wil be named the new manager of the Chicago Cubs, according to multiple reports. Ross played for the North Siders and helped lead them to the World Series title in 2016.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (11 A.M. 10-23-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Day of the Dead A 'Celebration Of Life'At the National Museum of Mexican Art, the annual Day of the Dead exhibit is on display through December with installations created by artists and non-artists that celebrate the memories of loved ones who've passed away.
Mayor Lightfoot Addresses City's Budget PlansMayor Lori Lightfoot addressed the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.
Man Got 311 Confirmation That West Loop Sinkhole Was Fixed -- But It Wasn'tThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders are taking on a pesky sinkhole – an inconvenience to West Loop drivers that the city hasn’t fixed despite one man’s request.
Francis Parker School Buys Out Neighboring Condos 'Under Cover Of Night'For almost 120 years, Francis W. Parker School has been a Lincoln Park staple. Like many urban schools, it’s landlocked, but CBS 2 Morning Insider Chris Tye reports one of the city’s most elite private schools is making waves and enemies in its effort to expand.
Woman In Critical Condition After Fire At Lawndale HomeA 57-year-old woman is in critical condition after a fire in the Lawndale neighborhood. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5 A.M. 10-23-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Thousands Of CPS Teachers To Rally During Budget AddressChicago teachers will shift from the picket lines in front of schools to what's expected to be a massive rally near Thompson Center.
Mayor Lightfoot To Address City's Budget Plans, Chicago Faces $838 Million ShortfallMayor Lori Lightfoot will address the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M. 10-22-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your forecast.
Streetlights Back On After Weeks In HegewischThe streetlights were out for weeks on Escanaba Avenue near 129th Street, but were fixed shortly after CBS 2 visited. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.

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