New information could be released Monday into what caused the death of rising rap star Juice WRLD. CBS 2's VI Nguyen reports.

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Who Was Man Accused Of Putting Camera In School Bathroom?David Garcia-Espinal remains on the loose after a warrant was issued for his arrest in Northfield. Meanwhile, questions remain about his background. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Slippery Sidewalks Cause Concern For Chicago ResidentsCBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports some businesses near Chicago's Midway Airport have not cleared their sidewalks of ice, despite a city law requiring them to do so. The slippery sidewalks are a problem for pedestrians.
Person Shot Inside Blue Island Gas StationThe shooting happened at a Shell station at 119th and Western avenues.
Screeners At O'Hare As Coronavirus Hits U.S.CBS 2's Jim Williams reports O'Hare will begin screening passengers coming from Wuhan, China where a deadly virus originated. Six people in Asia have already died.
Metra Train Hits Truck In EdgebrookThe truck was carrying milk, according to the Fire Department.
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