Somewhere between dropping checks in the mail and them getting in the hands of the people they are written to, they are disappearing -- more than $100,000 worth. 

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USPS Investigates More Than $100,000 Dollars In Mailed Checks Stolen By ScammersSomewhere between dropping checks in the mail and them getting in the hands of the people they are written to, they are disappearing -- more than $100,000 worth. 
Lollapalooza, Other Summer Events Could Return In Person In Some Form For 2021Lollapalooza turned virtual last year, and now organizers are hinting at a possible in-person return.
Mass Vaccinations To Be Given At The United CenterCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports work is underway to transform the sports and entertainment complex into a place where thousands will be vaccinated started in March.
Black History: At 101, Catherine Stovall Receives Dr. Martin Luther King Lifetime Achievement HonorIt was a long time coming for a south suburban trailblazer to win the Dr. Martin Luther King Lifetime Achievement award.
Chicago Weather: Temps In The 50s This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Wicker Park Residents Want Waste Management To Pick Up Piled Up GarbageAlmost two weeks after the area's big snowstorm, and some Chicagoans are still dealing with dumpsters packed with so much trash, the lids won't close. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports from Wicker Park where one mom is running out of patience.
Fire Department Rescues Dog From Burning BuildingChicago firefighters make a special rescue from a house fire in a south chicago neighborhood: A dog and her new puppy.
Confusion Over EBT Meal Card For CPS StudentsAbout a million of the neediest kids across the state will be receiving debit card dollars to buy food thanks to an extra $110 million dollars a month in federal funding. But an email went out from CPS that said all students would get the benefit regardless of income. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
United Center To Be Mass COVID Vaccination SiteCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports the phrase "take the shot" will soon have a new meaning at the United Center. The parking lot at the Madhouse on Madison is about to become a mass vaccination site.
McPlant and More: Beyond Meat Inks McDonald's, Yum DealsPlant-based food company Beyond Meat will be partnering with several fast food chains, including Chicago-based McDonald's, in the coming years. Katie Johnston reports.
Former White Sox Player Micah Johnson Uses Power Of Art To Inspire OthersFrom showcasing sports as an art form to displaying his work in an art gallery, Former Chicago White Sox player Micah Johnson is using his skills to inspire others to chase their dreams.
Chicago Weather: Sunshine On SaturdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Montrose Bridge Construction This WeekendThe construction work to rebuild the Montrose Bridge over the Kennedy means a little detour for drivers this weekend.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: VivViv is the PAWS Pet of the Week. She is a fun and frisky one-year-old beagle mix looking for a loving forever home.
Mass Vaccination Site To Open Next Month At United Center Parking LotTake the shot" will soon have a new meaning at the United Center. The parking lot at the Madhouse on Madison is about to become a mass vaccination site. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
David Koechner On The Second City, Chicago, "The Office"The actor talks with us about his new movie "The Right One," how Chicago shaped his comedy career and what playing Todd Pack in "The Office" revealed about our country.
22-Year-Old Woman Shot While Sitting In Car In RosemoorPolice said the woman was found in her car, in the 10200 block of South King Drive just before 1 a.m., with gunshot wounds to her head. Her vehicle had several bullet holes in the driver-side door. 
United Center Could Turn Into Mass Vaccination SiteThe announcement will likely come from Gov. JB Pritzker Friday.
After Smooth Sailing With Unemployment Claims Last Year, Two Former Restaurant Workers Now On Rollercoaster Ride To Get BenefitsToday, the Morning Insiders found two women pleased with the system for months. Then 2021 hit. Now they're swept up in IDES drama too.
Rain Friday; Weekend Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Chicago Weather: Warming Trend This WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021.
Celebrating Black History Makers: Sydney Barber, First Black Female Brigade Commander At U.S. Naval AcademyAt 21 years old, a Lake Forest native became the first Black female brigade commander ever at the U.S. Naval Academy. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot introduces us to this Black History Maker.
Trouble Accessing 1099-G Forms For Unemployment Benefits Online? Tech Expert Has Possible FixAfter our story this week revealing technical difficulties accessing the 1099-G tax document for unemployment benefits online, an IT expert reached out to CBS 2's Tara Molina with an idea.
CBS 2 Exclusive: West Side Mom Says She Never Left Kids Alone Or WithoutA young mother was arrested on accusations of living in a filthy, abandoned apartment with her seven children. But suddenly, all the charges against her were dropped. CBS 2's Jermont Terry has an exclusive look at what Jessie Hunt said was really going on behind closed doors.

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