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Remember To Rescan Your Television On Friday, October 18If you are one of the thousands of Chicagoans who view broadcast television using an antenna, you will need to rescan your TV or converter box on Friday to continue watching programming.
Chicago Teachers Head To Picket LineChicago Public Schools teachers are on strike Thursday morning and set to picket outside every CPS school. That means no school for 360,000 students.  
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Itasca Neighbors Object To Plan For Drug Treatment CenterWhile many say a drug treatment center is needed in DuPage County, many Itasca residents do not want it at their old Holiday Inn. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Student Athletes Worry About Impact Of Teachers' StrikeStudent athletes are worried about the impact of a Chicago teachers' strike on their playoff chances. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports from Solorio Academy High School.
Chicago Teachers' Strike Going AheadOn Thursday, educators will picket in front of every school in the city. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
How City's Offer To Teachers Compared To Other CitiesCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports Chicago teachers on average make more than those elsewhere.
Saving Lives One Thrift Store Sale At A TimeCBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports on a suburban thrift store that rakes in millions every year, and put the money back into the community to help those overcoming drug addiction.
2019 CTU Strike Is Similar To 2012There are many factors that are similar about the latest coming Chicago teachers' strike and another one that happened seven years ago. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Student Athletes Worried About Strike Impact On Playoff ChancesAthletes hoping for scholarships and teams hoping for playoff berths inside Chicago Public Schools are also hoping strike wraps up quickly.
Trubisky On Track To Return Sunday With A Shoulder HarnessAll signs point to Mitchell Trubisky returning against the New Orleans Saints Sunday. The Quarterback admitted his non-throwing shoulder that he injured against the Vikings had to be popped back in. But, as Matt Zahn tells us, Trubisky is feeling good now.
2012: Karen Lewis Leads Teachers In March During StrikeDuring a 2012 teachers' strike, some teachers wanted to see Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis run for mayor. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
1980: Teachers, CPS Spar Amid StrikeTeachers faced a court order to return to school on Feb. 4, 1980, but CPS kept schools closed out of fear that teachers would defy the order. CBS 2's Phil Walters reports.
1983: Chicago Teachers Go On Strike Over Pay IssuesCBS 2's Phil Ponce reports on the issues that led Chicago Public Schools teachers to walk out on Oct. 2, 1983.
1987: Students Protest Amid 19-Day Teachers' StrikeAfter 19 days with teachers out, students and parents were protesting downtown and saying they wanted to get back in school. CBS 2's Jim Avila reports in this report from Oct. 2, 1987.
1987: Chicago Teachers Lock Horns With Board Of EdChicago teachers went on strike for 19 days in the fall of 1987. Phil Ponce has this report from the middle of the strike.
2012: Striking Teachers Rally DowntownStriking teachers talk with CBS 2's Brad Edwards after walking out on Sept. 10, 2012.
Special Needs Students' Parents Worry About Teachers' StrikeSchool buildings will be open for students if a teachers' strike begins Thursday, but staff will not be present for students who need special support. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.

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