A new state grant program will provide communities with money and expertise to expand broadband capacity and improve digital access as more people work, shop and go to school online during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

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Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down Pending ReviewA federal judge on Monday sided with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down until more environmental review is done. Katie Johnston reports.
City Offering 'Taste Of Chicago To Go'The Taste of Chicago has been canceled due to COVID-19, but the city is still offering the experience at home with the "Taste of Chicago To Go."
Drive-In Movies Coming To Soldier Field This SummerStarting Wednesday, "Chi-Together" will host a series of drive-in movies at the south lot at Soldier Field.
Chicago Weather: Scorching Heat All WeekCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has a look at the extended forecast.
Family Of Sisters Missing For 19 Years Pleads For Information On Their WhereaboutsThe family of Tionda and Diamond Bradley is holding a gathering at 5:30 tonight at Taylor Park at 48th and State.
Courts Now In Session In Cook CountyAfter being closed for several months because of COVID-19, courts in Cook County are now open withe safety precautions.
Englewood Daycare Center Still Fighting To Stay Open After Losing City FundingA daycare center we've reported on for months is trying everything it can to stay open right now after it lost funding from the city of Chicago; money it can't run without.
Illinois Seeking New Poet Laureate, State's 1st Since 2017Gov. J.B. Pritzker has launched a search committee to fill the post, which has been vacant since 2017. He said Illinois has been home to talented poets including Carl Sandburg, Gwendolyn Brooks and Sandra Cisneros, and he wants to hear from "the next generation of great writers. Katie Johnston reports.
Former CTA Bus Driver Charged With Body Slamming Man In Incident Caught On VideoA former CTA bus driver has been charged with aggravated battery, after he was caught on video picking a man up and slamming him to the pavement last month on the South Side. Katie Johnston reports.
Tow Truck Driver Struck On Stevenson Near CiceroA tow truck driver is in critical condition after he was struck by a car while changing a tire on the Stevenson Expressway. 
Firefighter Injuring While Battling House Fire In Auburn GreshamA Chicago firefighter was injured while battling a house fire in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood.
Northwest Indiana Woman Says She's Stuck With Lagging Internet Service, Can't Switch ProvidersIf you’re working from home, you know how important a good internet connection is.
15-Year-Old Shot In Hand In Bronzeville; Nearly 80 Shot Since FridayA 15-year-old boy is recovering after he was shot in the hand Sunday night in the Bronzeville neighborhood. 
'There's Actually A Lot Of Hope' For College Students, Recent Grads Looking For Jobs, Expert SaysCBS 2 is Working for Chicago to help you scope out the market. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory asked the experts about the job outlook for college students and recent grads.
Hot, Humid Conditions ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the forecast.
More Heat To Come; Rain Chances Rise Later In WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Sunday, July 5, 2020.
Chicago Quarantine Order Set To Go Into EffectEffective at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Chicago’s travel quarantine order was set to begin for those coming from states with coronavirus surges. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
David Ross Says Cubs Have Had 'Good Energy' As They PracticeThe Cubs played another intrasquad game Sunday night, as they tried to squeeze in as much work as possible while having fun.
White Sox Pitcher Dallas Keuchel Says He's Trying To Stick To A RoutineBeginning the season a couple months late is nothing new for White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel.
More Heat In The Week To ComeCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5:30 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Sunday, July 5, 2020.
The Ongoing Pandemic Worries Of A Washington, D.C. RestaurateurA Washington, D.C. restaurateur fears his pandemic struggle is far from over. Tom Stack shares his story and it might just break your heart.
Dire Warning From Health Experts On CoronavirusThe U.S. has more than 2.8 million coronavirus cases, and a former FDA commissioner says the spread may be too high to bring it under control. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.
2 White Sox Players Test Positive For CoroanvirusTwo Chicago White Sox players have texted positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed Sunday. Both players are asymptomatic.
Demonstrators Hold ‘Bike Out’ On Southeast SideProtesters held a bike out on the Southeast Side Sunday to show their anger over racial injustice and recent moves by the city.

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