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Chicago Weather: Record Warmth PossibleCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, March 8, 2021.
Hundreds Rally In Name Of George Floyd DowntownHundreds of people marched, chanted, and rallied in the Loop Monday evening in the name of George Floyd. The trial of former officer Derek Chauvin is getting under way in Minneapolis, but jury selection was paused Monday.
IDES Admits To Monthlong Callback Wait TimesThe Illinois Department of Employment Security is finally admitting that callback times are getting worse, not better. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
New York Investigation Of Former President Trump's Finances Leads To Chicago Trump TowerThe New York investigation into former President Donald Trump’s finances has stretched to the Chicago Riverfront.
Car Lands In Rosemont FountainA woman was taken to the hospital after the crash into the fountain on River Road.
The United Center COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site: An Inside LookCBS 2 got a first look inside the United Center COVID-19 vaccination site Monday. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
2 Men Shot Dead In West PullmanThe shooting happened on 119th Street near Michigan Avenue.
Woman Says She Was Subjected To Racist Verbal Assault In Alsip CemeteryA woman went to visit a friend’s gravesite, and said she ended up being the victim of a hate crime. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Cubs, White Sox Enthusiastic About Return Of Fans To StandsCubs Manger David Ross and White Sox Manager Tony La Russa are both excited as fans are set to return to the stands this season.
Mother Of 11-Year-Old Shot In West Pullman Says Tough Decisions Ahead As Daughter Remains UnresponsiveSadly, Ny-Andra's mother said she is not improving and has been unresponsive for three days. 
Website Glitches Cause Confusion As United Center Mass Vaccination Site Prepares To OpenThe United Center vaccine registration website has gotten a lot of traffic. At one point Sunday it was getting 300,000 hits per minute. Monday the city addressed some, but not all, of the reasons for glitches in the system. 
Businesses Relieved By Prospect Of Fans In The Stands At Chicago BallparksCubs and White Sox fans will once again be allowed into Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field for Cubs and White Sox games, albeit with restrictions. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Family Of Man Killed By Rochester, New York Police File Federal LawsuitAttorneys for the five children of Chicago resident Daniel Prude have announced a federal lawsuit against the city of Rochester, New York, alleging wrongful death and civil rights violations.
Switch To United Center Vaccine Eligibility Rules Catches Many By SurpriseThe rule has been changed so that only Chicago residents may now register to get vaccinated for COVID-19 at the United Center. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Surprise Rule Switch For Vaccination Eligibility At United Center Takes Many By SurpriseA rule switcheroo thousands of people by surprise as they tried to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines at the United Center. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Chicago Weather: Temps Stay In The 60sCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended foreccast.
'I'm Trying To Find Some Kind Of Answer'CBS 2's Meredith Barack spoke to one woman who has been sick for more than 100 days, and wants to know what doctors have learned from studying other long haulers.
Chicago Police Officer Hurt During Traffic Stop In Avalon ParkA Chicago police officer was injured Monday afternoon when a traffic stop turned violent in Avalon Park, as the passenger of a vehicle began struggling with officers.
Wrongful Death Suit Filed On Behalf Of Daniel Prude's KidsAttorneys for the five children of Chicago resident Daniel Prude have announced a federal lawsuit against the city of Rochester, New York, alleging wrongful death and civil rights violations. Katie Johnston reports.
Limited Number Of White Sox And Cubs Fans To Be Allowed In The Stands On Opening DayA limited number of Cubs and White Sox fans will be allowed to watch their teams play in person on Opening Day, after Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office announced guidelines for attendance at ballparks for the start of the season. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Get Outside And Enjoy The SunshineCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Chicago Park District Program Sign Up Starts TodayFor the first time in a year, indoor swimming will be allowed at Chicago Park District pools.
CPS Students Return To In-Person Learning MondaySixth through eighth grade students started back to in-person learning Monday.

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