Metra train that burst into flames at Union Station Thursday was due for repairs but got passed over because of money, and there are more trains overdue for repairs. 

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Chicago Weather: Winter Storm Warning Coming Monday AfternoonCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021.
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Chicago Police Raid Suburban Home Of Innocent Woman Who Says Jewelry And Money Went MissingDelores Garner says a team of Chicago police officers burst into her home, executing a search warrant in August of 2019. But they raided the wrong home she says and left a trail of destruction behind. And as CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports, Garner doesn't live in Chicago -- she lives in Calumet City.
Child Sex Crime Victims' Information Was Still Visible In Court Records Months After CBS 2 First Reported ItThe names and other personal information of child sex crime victims remained visible to the public nearly three months after CBS 2 first reported Cook County court officials violated state law by failing to conceal them from public view. CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards reports.
CPS Moves Return Date For Teachers To WednesdayThe Chicago Public Schools on Sunday changed the return date for K-8 teachers from Monday to Wednesday, after Chicago Teachers Union members voted to defy an order from Chicago Public Schools to return to in-person instruction. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
ONLY ON 2: Two Brothers Claim Father Michael Pfleger Abused Them As BoysIt has been three weeks since the Rev. Michael Pfleger's emoval from St. Sabina’s parish, pending an investigation into allegations of past sexual abuse. Now, two brothers tell CBS 2 Investigator Dana Kozlov exclusively that Father Pfleger sexually abused them as boys.
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Suspect Arrested In Near West Side CarjackingChicago police arrested a juvenile Saturday night around 11:30 after he was seen getting out of an Audi SUV that was carjacked Saturday. A police helicopter had been tracking the car through the Chatham neighborhood. 
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