The Chicago Inspector General's office will investigate an incident in which police Supt. Eddie Johnson was found slumped over the wheel of his car. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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Chance For Severe Storm Through AfternoonCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has a RealTime Weather update for Wednesday, June 3, 2020.
George Floyd Protest In Logan SquareA caravan began lining up in Logan Square as people demanded justice for George Floyd. The unarmed black man died in Minneapolis police custody. An officer was charged with his murder.
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Little VIllage Residents Support Black Lives MatterResidents In Little Village said they stand in solidarity with Chicago's African American community following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed in Minneapolis. A police officer has been charged in his murder.
Tanker Fire On I-355 Near Downers Grove Shuts Down LanesA crash on I-355 led to a tanker truck fire Wednesday morning.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Travel Expert Says Airline Ticket Prices Expected To Rise More Than 50%Air travel is nowhere near what it was before the pandemic. But it has started to bounce back  slowly in what is normally a busy summer travel season.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Crews Responding To Tanker Fire On I-355According to Chicago Fire officials, the truck was carrying propane.
Some Bridges Opening To Traffic DowntownSome of the bridges, that were up due to protests throughout the downtown area, are now back open. 
Divvy Bike Stations Reopen WednesdayDivvy bike stations are set to reopen Wednesday throughout the city. 
Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Breaking Windows At Beard Elementary SchoolA man was arrested after police said he smashed windows at a Northwest Side school.
New Rules For Humboldt Park Hair Salon As It Prepares To ReopenCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took us inside a salon with new safety measures in place.
For Looted Businesses, Insurance Isn't Always An Easy SolutionSome people believe the looting and vandalism that has transpired in recent days will not impact businesses because they have insurance.As CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Wednesday, insurance is not the magic answer.
Chicago Weather: Scattered Showers, StormsCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Thunderstorms Could Be Coming At DaybreakCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
DePaul Coach Dave Leitao Emphasizes Leadership In Time Of CrisisDePaul University men’s basketball coach Dave Leitao is trying to help his players through a difficult time as they discuss racial injustice. Leitao talked with CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer.
Hyde Park's Mellow Yellow Can't Wait For ReopeningThe iconic Chicago restaurant said Wednesday’s reopening can’t come soon enough.
What Will Phase 3 Reopening Mean With Shutdowns For Chicago Unrest?Chicago is set to move to Phase 3 of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, but what will that mean with the Central Business District being shut down because of civil unrest in recent days? CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Source: Men Found In Police Captain's Yard With Gasoline CanThe Chicago Police officer and his family were not injured. But two men found in his backyard are suspected of trying to do some harm overnight Sunday into Monday. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.

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