More than 90 people were shot in Chicago in the last two weekends alone, and with Chicago Public Schools letting out next week, as always there are concerns of summer violence. 

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Keonte Griffin Sentenced To 6 Years For Shooting Burlington Security OfficerA Glendale Heights man accused of shooting a security officer at a Burlington store in Bloomingdale has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 ChildrenAlyssa Shepherd could get up to 21 years in prison for fatally hitting three siblings with a pickup as they walked to board their school bus.
CTU, City More Optimistic After Latest NegotiationsThe Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools continue to negotiate a contract amid a teachers strike.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10PM 10-18-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Family Of Woman Convicted In Deerfield Murder Says She's Innocent In New Book“They made her seem like this jealous, violent woman, and she was the exact opposite."
Police Search For Man Who Stole Vehicle With Kids InsideThe children were found unharmed by officers in the 4300 block of North McVicker.
Supt. Johnson Told Mayor, But Not Reporters, He Was Drinking Before He Was Found In His CarPolice sources say several protocols weren't followed, like calling for an ambulance when someone is found in the condition Johnson was.
Superintendent Tells Mayor He Had A Few Drinks Before Medical EpisodeThe latest on what happened to Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson when he was in a police vehicle. He said he was sleeping. A witness said he was slumped over. Johnson told the mayor he had been drinking before being found.
CTU: 'We're Close' On Negotiations With The CityAs day two of the Chicago teachers strike comes to a close, both the CTU and CPS failed to come to an agreement on various proposals. Both sides said they're continue negotiations through the weekend.
Bus Zone Expansion Plan Unveiled, But Enforcement Still An IssueThe mayor has just released a $20 million plan to study and expand bus priority zones.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 10-18-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Ride Share Rates May Go Up In ChicagoChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is proposing a tax hike for rider share users. She said it's to deal with congestion. Those with disabilities say it will restrict their mobility, since they use ride share services to get them exactly where they are going without obstacles.
Cleaning Up Crumbling Concrete At CTA StationCBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports months after repairs were promised at a North Side CTA station, crews are slowly cleaning things up.
CTU Targets City HallCBS 2's Tara Molina reports striking teachers and supporters took their fight to City Hall as they rallied through downtown for day two of the Chicago teachers' strike. They want smaller class sizes and nurses in every school.
Stolen Car Crashes Into Harvey HomeCBS 2's Melissa Parra reports a stolen car crashed into a house in south suburban Harvey, while fleeing from Metra police officers who spotted the vehicle on Dixie Highway.
CPD Supt. Johnson Tells Mayor He Had Drinks Before Being Found Slumped Over In CarCBS 2 political investigator Dana Kozlov has the latest on what happened to Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson when he was in a police vehicle. He said he was sleeping. A witness said he was slumped over. Johnson told the mayor he had been drinking before being found.
Stolen Car Crashes Into Harvey HomeA stolen car crashed into a house in south suburban Harvey, while fleeing from Metra police officers who spotted the vehicle on Dixie Highway. This man's grandmother was inside the house at the time.
Lightfoot On Ride Share Tax IncreaseChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends her proposal to increase ride share taxes, despite calls from the disabled community that the extra fees will impact them and their accessibility.
Chicago Police Officer Adam Wazny, Shot Serving Arrest Warrant, Goes Home From HospitalChicago police officer Adam Wazny has spent nearly a month in the hospital, undergoing multiple surgeries, after he was shot while serving an arrest warrant in West Englewood. So he was understandably relieved to be going home to his own bed on Friday.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: JerilynThe PAWS Dog of the Week is Jerilyn, a 2-month-old Labrador Retriever mix who is very playful and outgoing.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (11AM, Oct. 18, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Chicago Teachers Continue Strike For Second DayIt’s day two of the Chicago teachers’ strike, as the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union resume work on finding a deal to end the work stoppage. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reports.
Father Of Sexually Assaulted Teen Girl Suing Accused Man And School Both AttendedA suburban mental health center is being sued by the parents of a 13-year-old girl. They blame the institution for the sexual assault of their daughter. 
Hawthorn Woods Homeowners Left Shocked, Confused By Surprise Sewer BillsHomeowners in a new development contacted the CBS 2 Morning Insiders after they assumed their monthly costs included sewer charges – and they did not.

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