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Final Sentencing Set For Man Who Claimed To Be Missing Aurora BoyA federal judge has scheduled final sentencing on December 15 for an Ohio man who falsely claimed to be a long-missing Aurora child. Katie Johnston reports.
Illinois Reports Record 238 New COVID-19 DeathsPublic health officials reported 9,757 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Illinois on Wednesday, as well as 238 additional deaths, the most virus fatalities the state has reported in a single day since the start of the pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
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Chicago Weather: Not A Bad Start To Early DecemberCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a check on the extended forecast.
Day 10 Of Caregivers StrikeCaregivers working at Infinity Healthcare said they want better wages and pandemic pay promised to them, but stopped over the summer.
Four Defendants In ComEd Bribery Scheme, Including Madigan Ally, Plead Not Guilty To Federal ChargesFour former ComEd executives and consultants, including a longtime confidant of Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal charges accusing them of orchestrating a long-running bribery scheme that sought to curry favor with the speaker.
U.K. Is 1st Country To Approve Pfizer COVID-19 VaccineU.K. is 1st country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports on Chicago's plan for distribution once the vaccine gains approval in the U.S.
With Pandemic Canceling Family Reunions And Other Big Events Comes Struggle To Get RefundsThe Morning Insiders have heard from many people who can’t get their money back for events that never happened. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory dives into one family’s fight over legal fine print that’s about to become even more common.
Semi-Truck Rollover On Bishop Ford Freeway At Stony Island Causes Ramp ClosuresA rollover crash involving a semi-truck is causing ramp closures on the Bishop Ford Freeway Wednesday morning. 
Hit By Pandemic Months After Opening, Taylor's Tacos Finds Way To Pull Through At The Hatchery Business IncubatorWith even companies with deep pockets hurting during the economic crisis pandemic, imagine being a business that just launched.
Above-Average Temperatures AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Work Cut Out For Bulls As Training Camp Officially Gets Under WayBulls training camp was officially under way Tuesday, starting with three days of individual workouts.
Chicago Weather: Wednesday Will Be 10 Degrees Warmer Than TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020.
Viewers Step In After Hearing About Kevin McKay's Story Of Having No Income For 8 MonthsWhen we introduced you to Kevin McKay on Monday, we told you he has gone eight months with no job and no unemployment benefits because of problems with the state. About a dozen viewers contacted us and offered to help.
Former Mayor Emanuel In Running For Biden's Transportation SecretaryFormer Mayor Rahm Emanuel is reportedly in the running for Transportation Secretary under President-elect Joe Biden. The choice is causing controversy among Democrats.
On First Night Of Winter Overnight Parking Ban, 230 Chicagoans Did Not Get The MessageIt happens each and every year on the first day of December – Chicagoans hear and see the warnings, but yet, hundreds never seem to listen. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Naperville Mayor Defends Himself After Being Pictured Maskless At Florida WeddingNaperville Mayor Steve Chirico was on the defensive during a virtual City Council meeting Tuesday night after a mask controversy.
COVID-19 Cases At Post Offices May Be To Blame For Spotty Mail In Riverdale And ElsewhereSpotty mail service has people in the south suburbs fired up – and worried about the holiday season. CBS 2's Tara Molina has learned that COVID-19 outbreaks inside postal offices could be to blame for these new delays.
13-Year-Old Girl Speaks Out After Being Mauled By Pit BullsJanyla Wise, 13, was back home Tuesday night – but shaken after being mauled by her neighbor’s pit bulls outside her West Englewood neighborhood home. In an exclusive interview, she told CBS 2’s Jermont Terry how she survived the attack.
Giving Tuesday: Why The Red Cross' Mission Is So Important To CBS 2CBS 2's Brad Edwards and Marie Saavedra are joined by American Red Cross Illinois Region CEO Celena Roldan and CBS 2 President and General Manager Derek Dalton.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Looks After Mental Health Needs Of Those StrugglingThe work of the Red Cross doesn’t stop after the immediate crisis – the mental health needs of those struggling are just as important. CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports.
Day Of Giving: How The Red Cross Steps Up For Military FamiliesThe American Red Cross does so much that we see every day, but also a lot that we don't see. Military families know the Red Cross is often the only means of communicating during a time of crisis. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Has Stepped Up In Unprecedented YearIt has been an unprecedented year. But despite everything, the American Red Cross is still carrying out its missions - deploying 7,000 volunteers to help those impacted by disasters. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Teacher Doesn't Let House Fire Stop Him From Teaching RemotelyJohn Little is 22 years old and has his first teaching job – and he wasn’t going to let a house fire get in the way of teaching his students remotely.

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