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One Injured In Burnham Harbor Boat FireWitness Steve Wanek filmed this video of a boat fire at Burnham Harbor on Saturday. The Chicago Fire Department said one person was injured.
Boat Fire In Burnham HarborWitness Nick Rizzo filmed this video of a boat fire at Burnham Harbor. Firefighters said one person was injured.
Pickup Crashes Through Wall Of Beauty Salon In Gary, IndianaA pickup truck made a mess of a beauty salon in Gary, Indiana, Friday night. The driver lost control and slammed through a brick wall at the Glamorous Paradise Salon. 
2 CPD Officers, 2 Civilians Hurt In Crash In LawndaleTwo police officers and two civilians were hurt in a crash in Chicago's Lawndale neighborhood early Saturday morning. 
Demetrius Williams, Charged With Attempted Murder Of A Chicago Officer, To Appear In CourtA man charged with attempted murder of a police officer in East Chatham will be in court for the first tie Saturday.
Ed's Driveway: Dodge Durango SRTThe Durango offers crisp handling for a large vehicle, a tight suspension that will knock your fillings loose when in track mode, and a nice infotainment system. 
Kanye West Short 1,300 Signatures To Get On Illinois BallotKanye West is short the required number of valid signatures in order to get on the Illinois ballot, according to an attorney representing an objector challenging West's petition. 
Hope Community Church Offers $100 For Gun Turn-InHope Community Church in Chicago's South Austin neighborhood will give out a $100 Visa gift card in exchange for a gun. 
Chicago's Magnificent Mile Could Be At Risk For Massive Store ClosuresThe Mag Mile businesses aren't unique, but Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said it is the recent violence and spike in burglaries that is causing real concern now. 
One Dead, Two Injured In Englewood ShootingAround 4 a.m. three men got into an argument, and then the shooting happened at 64th and Throop, according to Chicago police. 
'The Show Will Go On' YouTube Live Concert To Benefit Chicago TheatersSunday night at 6 p.m. 60 of Chicago's brightest young professional actors will perform on YouTube Live in "The Show Will Go On," a benefit concert to support Chicago theaters. 
Chicago Weather: Hot And Humid Weekend AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, August 8, 2020.
Chicago Weather: Warmer Temps On Tap For The WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, August 7, 2020.
Loyola Freshman Learns On-Campus Living Canceled Minutes Before Boarding Flight To ChicagoA family from Salt Lake City, Utah, planned on moving their daughter into a dorm on Loyola University's campus but found out minutes before boarding the plane that the university canceled on campus living indefinitely. 
Crestwood Mayor Accused Of Taking $5,000 Cash Bribe From Red Light Camera CompanyCrestwood Mayor Louis Presta has been indicted on bribery, misconduct, and fraud charges, accusing him of accepting a $5,000 cash bribe from a red light camera company operating cameras in the village.
Chicago's Magnificent Mile At Risk For Massive Store ClosuresThe Mag Mile businesses aren't unique, but Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said it is the recent violence and spike in burglaries that is causing real concern now. 
Postal Problems Mean No Checks, No Medications For WeeksWith a pandemic, elections, pharmaceuticals, and stimulus checks, the mail has never been more vital and is life or death for some. 
Lakeshore Businesses Left Behind By Beach Closures Try To Stay AliveLakefront restaurants have struggled with different reopening rules than other restaurants in the city, even though it could be better situated for social distancing than many of the bars and restaurants that have been open for months.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Saturday, But You May See A Storm On SundayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look ahead to the weekend.
Governor Pritzker Mask Mandate Bothers Business OwnersCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on what the governor will do if businesses in the state do not comply.
Fine Art For The FaceCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports on what one store is doing to keep people safe and stylish during the pandemic.
Troubling Numbers From The USPSThe United States Postal Services is on track to lose tens of billions of dollars.
Speaking Out Against ViolenceCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what one Chicago mother wants to do to get others like herself to curb gun violence in the city.
Spike In COVID CasesFriday saw the largest number of coronavirus cases in the state since May 24.

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