A mother and her 10-year-old daughter died in an Auburn Gresham neighborhood house fire early Sunday, and the family doesn’t think it was an accident. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.

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Appointments Canceled In Aurora As Officials Pause Use Of Johnson & Johnson VaccineAt a mass vaccination site in Aurora, about 1,100 people were scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday -- but after the use of the vaccine was paused due to blood clot concerns, all those appointments were canceled. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Some Chicago COVID-19 Vaccination Events Canceled Due To Johnson & Johnson Vaccine PauseJohnson & Johnson vaccine administration has been paused due to concerns about blood clots. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports on what that could mean for those looking for a COVID-19 vaccination.
Family Of Adam Toledo Watches Body Camera Video After 13-Year-Old Boy Was Shot Dead By PoliceThe family of Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old fatally shot by a Chicago police officer, on Tuesday viewed the body camera footage of what authorities have said was an armed encounter in an alley. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
What Happens After You've Already Gotten The Johnson & Johnson VaccineCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on what a doctor and a Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine recipient have to say about Tuesday's news that there's been a "pause" on the shots because of reported side effects.
Hackers Recently Broke Into Illinois Attorney General's Computer NetworkThe hack was discovered early Saturday morning. Federal agents are checking to see how much information was exposed, working alongside information technology staff and investigators from the state AG’s office.
Live Grenade Found In South AustinThe Chicago Police Bomb Squad was called into the South Austin neighborhood on Tuesday after someone found a live grenade.
Chicago Weather: Cloudy And Chilly For WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Black Owned Businesses Look Into North Side Business OpportunitiesCBS 2's Jim Williams reports next month, some African American entrepreneurs will board buses and look for places to set up shop all over the city.
CPD Prepares For Potential Unrest In Wake Of Recent Police Shootings In Minnesota, ChicagoWith the multiple cases in Minnesota and the soon-to-be released police body cam of a CPD officer fatally shooting 13-year old Adam Toledo, CPD is preparing for what this week may have in store. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Kenosha Officer Involved In Jacob Blake Shooting Back On The JobKenosha police Officer Rusten Sheskey is back on the job after all reviews concluded that he acted within the law when he shot Jacob Blake back in August.
Chicago Health Officials Concerned About Impact Of Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine PauseThe federal government was getting ready to shift to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at the United Center mass vaccination site next week, but now, the CDC and FDA recommended a "pause" in the use of the vaccine while they investigate six cases of "a rare and severe type of blood clot" in people who received it. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Chicago Police Officer Injured During Traffic Stop In DunningDetails are developing about the incident at Addison Street and Austin Avenue.
What Some In Chicago Are Saying After Receiving The Johnson & Johnson COVID ShotCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on what some people are saying and doing after getting the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine before a "pause" was placed on the shot because of recently discovered severe side effects.
COVID In Illinois: 3,193 New Cases, 17 Additional DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health reported a record number of COVID-related hospitalizations, despite mass vaccination efforts taking place across the state. Katie Johnston reports.
Recipients Of Chicago's Medal Of HonorDoctor Allison Arwady is one of several recipients who'll get the city's Medal of Honor in recognition to service in Chicago.
Mostly Sunny Skies MondayCSB 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
CPS, CTU Continue Negotiations Over Safety IssuesIf the two sides can't reach an agreement, teachers said they will stay home starting Wednesday.
Man Taken Into Custody After Barricade Situation In Morton GroveAround 9:15 a.m., 51-year-old Kevin Maguire was taken into custody after police entered the residence. No shots were fired and no injuries were reported.
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Chicago Eighth-Grader Danielle Addo Thrilled To Compete In Scripps National Spelling BeeAn eighth-grader from the South Side will compete for the Scripps National Spelling Bee this summer after dominating Chicago Public Schools' citywide tournament.
Man In Serious Condition After Stabbing At Blue Line Pulaski StationAccording to police, two men were involved in an argument on the CTA platform when one of them stabbed the other in the neck. 
Police In Oak Park Distributing Green Bracelets To Better Assist Residents With DisabilitiesAn individual with autism, Alzheimer’s or dementia may not be able to instruct officers of their needs, but the green bracelets can provide vital information.

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