Downed power lines from the storms on Monday may have played a role in the death of a man in unincorporated South Holland.

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Chicago's Museum Of Broadcast Communications Highlighting Tv's Impact On DebatesThe camera known for changing the election is on display at Chicago's Museum of Broadcast Communications. Also in the collection: a map showing the well-thought out flow of the first ever TV debate.
Chicago Police To Provide Update On Looting Task ForceAn update is coming Tuesday on the progress of the Chicago police Looting Task Force.  
Beloved Husband's Cremated Remains Got Lost In Mail, But Story Has A TwistA suburban family reached out to CBS 2 after shipping the remains of their beloved dad and husband through the mail.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot To Announce Violence Reduction Plan TuesdayThis plan comes hours after a woman was shot in the South Chicago neighborhood Monday night. 
Naperville Couple's 40th Anniversary Cruise Was Canceled Due To Pandemic, And Now They Can't Get A RefundThe pandemic prevented a 40th anniversary cruise from sailing for a suburban couple, and then the promised refund disappeared as well.
Cooler, Sunny Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
A Big Chill Will Be Sticking AroundCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, Sept. 28, 2020.
Bar Owner Says Eased Pandemic Rules Will Mean Everything For BusinessEased pandemic restrictions are on the way for local bars and restaurants, and one bar owner tells CBS 2's Tara Molina the new rules mean everything.
Streets And Sanitation Supervisor Under Investigation After Racist Text MessageA city employee says her heart sank when her supervisor texted a message with the N-word, while on the job. Only on CBS 2, that text is now the subject of an investigation, and the recipient of the message shared her story with CBS 2's Tim McNicholas.
Lawsuit Coming In Hopes Of Getting Illinois Student Athletes Back On FieldA lawsuit is soon expected to be filed by some parents in hopes of putting Illinois student athletes back in play. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
IDES Callback Message To Leah ChiestderLeah Chiestder contacted CBS 2 saying she was 'livid' about this callback message from the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
Woman 'Livid' After Receiving Troubling Callback Message, Yawn From IDES EmployeeImagine being out of work, waiting weeks to get a call back from the state’s unemployment office – and then when you do, the caller not only yawns, but says he has no idea what the problem is. That is what happened to one south suburban woman who sent the voicemail to CBS 2. Political Investigator Dana Kozlov talked with her Monday night.
Mom Warns Parents After Toddler Nearly Lost Eyesight From Playing With Squirting Bath ToysA Plainfield mom has an urgent warning for parents after her toddler was not only hospitalized but could also have permanent eye damage from a bath toy you may have in your home. 
AT&T Crews Work To Fix Dangerous Leaning PoleA viewer contacted CBS 2 about the pole near 131st Street and St. Lawrence Avenue on the city's Far South Side.
A Pattern Of Heartbreaking Failures At DCFSGov. JB Pritzker has promised to make changes at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services to protect children like a girl who was killed this past weekend, Serenity Arrington. Still, as CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports, dozens of children whose families were investigated by the DCFS have been killed in just the last year.
DCFS Had Past Contact With Family Of 5-Year-Old Girl Stabbed To DeathSimone Austin was ordered held without bond Monday in the murder of her 5-year-old daughter, Serenity Arrington, on the city's West Side. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
French Bulldogs Discovered In Warehouse Will Stay In Chicago Pending HearingThanks to the efforts of United States Sen. Tammy Duckworth 15 French bulldogs discovered in a warehouse will be staying with a Chicago animal rescue group for now. 
White House Sending 100 Million Tests To States To Help Reopen SchoolsMore than 100 million rapid COVID-19 tests from Chicago's Abbott Laboratories will be shipped across the country for free. 
Student Athletes Could Miss Scholarship Opportunities Due To COVID-19As thousands of high school athletes in Illinois sit out this season there is also a monetary cost of three major fall sports -- football, boys soccer and girls volleyball -- being sidelined. 
New COVID-19 Rules For Restaurants, Bars, Fitness Clubs, And Health Services In Chicago Start ThursdayChicago restaurants will soon be able to serve more people indoors, and bars that don’t serve food will soon be able to resume service inside under loosened COVID-19 restrictions announced by Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday.
Chicago Easing Restrictions For Restaurants, Bars, Fitness Centers, Personal ServicesChicago restaurants will soon be able to serve more people indoors, and bars that don’t serve food will soon be able to resume service inside, under loosened COVID-19 restrictions announced by Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday. The city also is easing restrictions for health and fitness clubs, and for personal services.
Chicago Weather: Cool And Cloudy Afternoon With Spotty ShowersCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest 7-day forecast.
New Ford Pre-Assembly Plant Anchors Commerce Park Chicago Development On Southeast SideDreams of a new hub for industrial jobs in Hegewisch moved forward on Monday, as Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza (10th) and developers celebrated completion of the first phase of the Commerce Park campus.
Parents, Students Plan To Sue IHSA Over Moving Fall Sports To SpringThe message is clear: they want to play. So on Monday, parents and advocates of some local student athletes plan to file a lawsuit to pressure Illinois lawmakers and educators to re-open schools so fall sports can begin. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.

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