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COVID-19 Cancels Chicago MarathonCBS 2's Jim Williams reports the risk for more people to get infected with the coronavirus was too great for race organizers.
Loyola University To Shift Most Classes Online For FallLoyola University will have most of its classes online this fall, limiting in-person courses to those that require face-to-face interaction, such as labs, experimental learning, and research. Katie Johnston reports.
Illinois Launches Campaign To Prevent Abuse Of SeniorsIllinois is launching a $2.1 million campaign to prevent abuse, neglect and exploitation of seniors and adults with disabilities, a problem officials fear has worsened during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
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Woman Shot While Riding In SUV On Dan Ryan Expressway; Southbound Lanes ReopenA woman was shot while riding in an SUV on the Dan Ryan Expressway early Monday morning.
After Another Bloody Weekend, Top Cop Says There Aren't Enough Opportunities To Offset CrimeAfter another weekend that saw dozens of people shot across the city, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said police can't stop the violence alone, especially when the biggest employer for many young people on the West Side is the illegal drug trade. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
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Gary, Indiana Schools To Announce Reopening PlansOn Monday, Gary schools in Northwest Indiana will announce their plan to get kids back to school in the fall. 
At Least 64 Shot So Far In Chicago Weekend Shootings, Including 9 DeathsAt least 64 people had been shot in Chicago this weekend as of 5 a.m. Monday, and 11 of those people died.
Woman Shot While Riding In SUV On Dan Ryan Expressway; Lanes ClosedIllinois State Police said the shooting took place around 3 a.m. in the southbound lanes between 51st and 57th streets.
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China Gives World First Look At Biosafety Lab In WuhanThe World Health Organization is investigating how the coronavirus started in the first place, and at the same time, China is giving the world its first glimpse into its top-level biosafety laboratory in Wuhan. CBS News’ Ian Lee reports.
Revolution Club Holds Anti-Violence March In EnglewoodThe march was organized by Revolution Club Chicago, which describes itself as a communist organization dedicated to resisting oppression.
2 Black Lives Matter Signs Slashed Outside Oak Park ChurchesThis comes days after a mural in the same near west suburb was defaced. Residents Sunday night said the actions do not represent the village as a whole, as CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
O'Hare TSA Worker Goes Home After Positive COVID-19 TestThe officer worked at Terminal 2 at the airport and was at work Sunday morning before being sent home upon receiving the positive diagnosis.
Search On For Carjacking Suspect After Crime Spree That Started In SkokiePolice radio indicated a crime spree started in Skokie, and officers followed suspects to Chicago’s Old Irving Park neighborhood. One remains on the loose.
After 10-Month Wait, Baseball Season Quickly ArrivingBy this time next week, the Cubs and White Sox will be playing an exhibition game against each other.

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