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Authorities Identify Teen Killed In South Side ShootingDarnell Fisher, 16, was killed in the shooting in Washington Park late Saturday.
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Some Churches Set To Hold Services Despite Stay-At-Home OrderSome churches in Chicago were set to open their doors to worshipers on Sunday, going against Gov. JB Pritzker’s stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
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Gary Church Holds Drive-By Ceremony For High School GraduatesThe Church Of Christ held the event to honor graduates.
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Cleanup Begins In Joliet After Severe Storms, HailHeavy storms caused significant damage in Joliet Saturday, and it was a close call for some people inside their homes when the bad weather hit. 
Severe Storms Leave Behind Damage, Flooding In Chicago AreaThe threat for severe storms and tornadoes in the Chicago area is rapidly diminishing as storms leave the area. A few isolated storms will remain, and storms are possible overnight.
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