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Munster, Indiana Students Go Back To School WednesdayClass returns to session Wednesday in person in Munster, Indiana. Families can still choose to opt their child out in favor of e-learning, but many of them are ready to get back into a school routine. 
Picking Up The Pieces In Rogers ParkCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what residents in Rogers Park are doing to help each other after a devastating tornado.
Imperial Jewelry In Downtown Chicago Looted TwiceA man in a bulletproof vest with a gun on his hip might look like a police officer, but outside Imperial Jewelry Monday it was actually the owner of the store, just trying to protect his business from looters. 
Chicago Weather: It's Gonna Be Cool NightCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Man May Have Been Electrocuted By Downed Power Line In South SuburbsDowned power lines from the storms on Monday may have played a role in the death of a man in unincorporated South Holland.
Southwest Suburban Residents Stuck Without Power After StormsAfter the storms on Monday, some residents of Mokena and Frankfort have been told they will be without power for days. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Rogers Park Reeling After TornadoCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what residents on Chicago's North Side are doing for each other after a devastating tornado hit Rogers Park.
Boeing: No Orders, More Cancellations For Grounded 737 MaxChicago-based Boeing sold no airline planes and customers canceled orders for 43 of its 737 Max jet last month as the aircraft maker continued to struggle with both the pandemic and the ongoing grounding of the Max. Katie Johnston reports.
Big 10 Conference Postpones College Football Season And Fall SportsThe Big Ten made it official today -- cancelling fall sports -- and the college football season. This comes after reports that 12 of the conferences 14 presidents voted to not play this fall. Katie Johnston reports.
Luxury Stores Emptied By Looters In Gold Coast; Crews Working To Board Up StoresStores like Hermès, near Oak and Rush, were smashed into and security officials told CBS 2's Vi Nguyen the store was wiped clean.
Tornado Confirmed In Rogers Park; Community Clean Up UnderwayCBS 2's Marissa Parra visited Jarvis Square in Rogers Park where the tornado touched down and left extensive damage.
Chicago Weather: No More Rain Until The WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a look at the forecast.
Lane Tech Votes To Remove CPD OfficersConcerns about officers in schools have increased over the past few months, and there have been numerous calls to defund the police.
Deadly Hit And RunAuthorities are looking for the person who hit and killed a pedestrian on State and Hubbard, then drove off.
Woman Fatally Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In River NorthA 55-year-old woman was hit and killed by an SUV in the River North neighborhood Monday night.
2 Officers Injured After Suspected Car Thief Runs Into 2 CPD VehiclesA confrontation with a suspected car thief sent two Chicago police officers to the hospital overnight.
Lakeshore Fitness To Serve Up Tennis Courts, Other Gym Spaces As Remote Learning LabsCBS 2’s Lauren Victory shows us a business ready to play babysitter.
High Winds And Heavy Downpours Leave Many Chicagoans With Storm DamageCBS 2's Marissa Parra was live Tuesday morning in Lakeview where downed trees on Addison Street left cars trapped in branches.
Realtors Say Many Are Looking For More Space At Home, Considering Suburban Areas Amid PandemicA recent nationwide study shows a quarter of realtors have clients who have shifted their preferred location due to COVID-19 – seeking to trade the train station for a parking space and the close commute for a home office.
Sun Returns On TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Aug. 10, 2020.
Storms Bring Hurricane-Force Winds, Possible Tornadoes To ChicagoCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a breakdown of the damage, Tim McGill has what people shared on social media, and Charlie De Mar reports on where the damage happened.
Police Say They've Made Progress On Consent Decree, Don't Mention Missed DeadlinesThe Chicago Police Department on Monday announced a path forward to fulfill a federal consent decree that took effect last year, just two months after the Illinois Attorney General’s office recently complained that the department had failed to meet the majority of deadlines.

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