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Crown Point Parents Worry About Mask Mandate Being Lifted As COVID Case Numbers Are On The RiseOne Indiana school district is about to make a surprising move by lifting its mask mandate. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago's Overnight Parking Ban Starts WednesdayMore than 100 miles of streets will be off limits from 3:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. even if there's no snow.
University Of Chicago Holds Memorial For Murdered Grad Dennis Shaoxiong ZhengThe heartbroken mother of murdered University of Chicago graduate Dennis Shaoxiong Zheng spoke Thursday during her son’s memorial service – in an emotional day on campus.
Judge Rules Prosecutors Can't Show Kyle Rittenhouse Link To Proud Boys At Trial In Kenosha ShootingsProsecutors won’t be allowed to argue at trial that a man who shot three people during a Wisconsin protest against police brutality believes in the Proud Boys’ violent tactics or was affiliated with the white nationalist group the night of last year’s shootings.
FDA: Pfizer COVID Booster Shot, For Now, Will Be For Those 65 And OlderA panel of experts votes no to offering COIVD-19 booster shots for most Americans. But yes if you're 65 and older or at high risk for severe disease. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek has more on the decision.
Marijuana Sales Fund Antiviolence Programs In Chicago For SummerMarijuana sales are helping fund nearly two dozen antiviolence programs in Chicago this summer. 
A Reopened Chicago Leads To Many Out Celebrating The Fourth Of July WeekendFour men were hospitalized after a drive-by shooting in Washington Heights late Saturday night.
I-PASS Assist Program To Provide Financial Relief By Ending Deposit, Lowering Down PaymentNew financial relief is coming for those who have avoided getting an I-PASS for Illinois tollways. 
Storm Damage In Woodridge Brings Down TreesTrees cover roadways after being blown down by heavy winds during a storm Sunday night.
Health Officials To Test Wastewater For COVID-19, Starting With 10 CountiesSoon you will be tested for COVID-19 and not even known it. 
PAWS Pet Of The Week: TamaleTamale is the PAWS Pet of the Week. He's a four-year-old dachshund-retriever mix who loves attention and belly rubs. Tamale is looking for that loving forever home.
Peep Exhibit In WisconsinThere's no sugarcoating it - Peeps are everywhere this time of year. But if you want a new look at the marshmallow treat, plan a day trip to Racine, Wisconsin. The art museum is holding the International Peeps Art Exhibition.
Sister Jean Confident In Ramblers' NCAA Chances Against IlliniSister Jean is still working on Ramblers v. Illini scouting report, but she did watch the Illini in Big Ten Championship last week and wants to be careful not to give away any of her game plan that she'll share with the players later. She's confident in Loyola.
Hundreds From The Chicago Area Travel Downstate To Get VaccineCBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports on a suburban Chicago woman who will make a trip to Springfield to get a COVID vaccine.
Keeping People Clothed And Stylish During The PandemicIt's cold outside, and some folks with the Daisie Foundation are doing their best to keep things warm and stylish for people in need.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: RoscoeRoscoe is the Paws Pet of the Week. This handsome five-year-old bull dog mix is a very social guy and is looking for that special forever home.
Mail In Ballots Not ReceivedCBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports on concerns some voters have with not getting their mail-in ballots as early voting begins.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: BlakelyBlakely is a three-year-old collie mix who loves to be outside and explore. She's a super smart pup that enjoys showing off tricks for her favorite people.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: FinnieFinnie loves life, always on the go and always eager for a walk.
Lightfoot: High Speed Internet Plans For 100,000 CPS StudentsChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reveled a $50 million project to provide internet access to more than 100,000 CPS students to help bridge the digital divide.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: MalbecMalbec doesn't whine but is playful and would do best in an adults-only household.
Many Illinoisans Run Into Trouble Filing For UnemploymentThe state has instituted new methods as their systems are overloaded due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Saturday Marks 1st Anniversary Of Henry Pratt Company ShootingSaturday will mark one year since the deadly mass shooting at the Henry Pratt company in Aurora.
One Person Is Dead After A Legionnaires' Case Found At A Senior Living CenterCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports at least one person is dead and two others are ill after a Legionnaires' outbreak in Vernon Hills.

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