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Common, Chance The Rapper Urge Legislators To Grant Parole For Inmates Who Have Served 20 YearsCurrently, Illinois doesn't allow parole for inmates who were sentenced after 1978, regardless of how young they were when they committed a crime.
Local Pop Up Shop Wants Shoppers To Buy Early Due To Supply Chain CrisisShop earlier this year. That's what some small businesses hit hard by the supply chain crisis, are asking consumers to do.
Residents In Dixmoor Still Experiencing Low Water PressureThousands of residents in Dixmoor are still experiencing water pressure issues from over the weekend, having a trickle of water to none at all.
'Welcome To Day Three Of The Hunger Games'The vaccine mandate showdown continues between City Hall and Chicago's police union. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports the matter was discussed in two court hearings Wednesday.
Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Women To Talk To Doctors About Their Imaging, After Her Mammogram Didn't Go Far EnoughEvery October, we see products and storefronts decked out in pink; 5Ks and fundraisers with that signature ribbon. The importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month cannot be understated, especially the message about yearly breast cancer screenings. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Ex-NorthShore Gynecologist Fabio Ortega Pleads Guilty To Sexually Abusing PatientsAn ex Chicago-area gynecologist who worked for the NorthShore University HealthSystem/Swedish Covenant Hospital goes to prison after pleading guilty to sexually abusing two patients. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Warn Of String Of Armed Robberies At Downtown 7-Eleven StoresChicago police are warning downtown business owners of a series of armed robberies at 7-Eleven convenience stores in recent weeks. Katie Johnston reports.
Dixmoor Sends Plea For Help As Water Pressure Down To A Trickle In Parts Of South SuburbThe village of Dixmoor is asking for help figuring out its ongoing water problems, as water pressure in parts of the south suburb is down to a trickle on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Rain On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Rahm Emanuel Testifies To Become The New ambassador Of JapanIt's a job interview of sorts as former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is testifying before the senate foreign relations committee to become the next ambassador to Japan.
3 Dead, 2 In Critical Condition In Overnight Shooting In KenoshaThree people are dead and two others critically injured after a domestic-related mass shooting Tuesday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Police believe the shooter is among the dead.
Chicago Police Vaccine Showdown Returns To CourtThe vaccine mandate showdown between the city of Chicago and the Fraternal Order of Police returns to court, as the police union is asking a Cook County judge hearing the city’s lawsuit against FOP to recuse herself from the case. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Common And Chance The Rapper Urging Illinois Legislators To Allow Parole For Inmates After 20 Years In PrisonCurrently, Illinois doesn't allow parole for inmates who were sentenced after 1978, regardless of how young they were when they committed a crime.
AT&T Still Billing Elmhurst Customers Who Haven't Had Phone Service In Nearly 3 MonthsSenior citizens in an Elmhurst neighborhood are frustrated and concerned, because their AT&T landlines have been down for nearly three months, yet the company is still sending out bills despite no service.
New 'Talent Solutions Connector' Tool Seeks To Help Cook County Businesses Find Potential New EmployeesWe’re Working For Chicago, and always looking for new ideas to help connect the dots of job to worker. Morning Insider Lauren Victory shares more about a tool coming soon called the “Talent Solutions Connector.”
5-Year-Old Boy Found Walking Around Belmont CTA StationA 5-year-old boy was reunited with his mother after being found walking around the Belmont CTA station just before 3 a.m.
3 Dead, 2 In Critical Condition After Shooting In Kenosha, WisconsinPolice have not relapsed details on the shooting, but police tape is surrounding a house near 6th Avenue and 40th Place. 
Showers Wednesday Afternoon, NightCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
6-Year-Old Girl Shot In Arm In West EnglewoodThe girl was sitting on a porch on Seeley Avenue when someone fired from a passing vehicle.
Chicago Weather: Mild Again Wednesday, Rain Chance LateCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021.
Thieves Stole Man's Identity To Get Rental Cars, And He Keeps Getting Socked With The BillsCriminals nationwide are stealing victims' identities and using those to rent cars. These rentals are then stolen, sold, and shipped overseas, or used here to commit other crimes locally. In either case, the identity theft victim is left to clean up the mess. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini talked with one man, Brandon Mayes, who has been a repeated victim of this crime since 2019.
Portage Park Woman Says Her Block Has Been Left In The DarkA Portage Park woman has been trying to get her old streetlights back up and running for months. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
West Town Pizzeria Owner Couldn't Open This Past Weekend Due To Labor ShortageMany business owners say finding new employees is harder than it has ever been, and economists say there is no sign of that changing anytime soon. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Water Pressure Problems Continue In DixmoorWater problems persisted Tuesday in south suburban Dixmoor, where a boil order remains in effect.

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