Streaming Unemployment FrustrationsCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on what one Chicagoan did to let people know of problems at IDES: They live streamed their calls to the state's unemployment agency.
Supt. Brown Says Open-Air Drug Markets Partially To Blame For Violence In ChicagoIn decrying the gun violence that has left several children dead and wounded in the last two weeks, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said open-air drug markets were partially to blame. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Body Camera Video Shows Eddie Johnson Passed OutBody camera video was released Monday showing former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson the night he was found slumped over his steering wheel back in October.
Chicago Jazz Legend Freddy Cole Dies At Age 88Music fans are mourning the loss of Chicago jazz musician Freddy Cole who died Saturday.
Body Camera Video Shows Former CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson Passed Out In His SUVCity officials have released police body camera video showing an officer approaching former Supt. Eddie Johnson's vehicle last October in Bridgeport, as Johnson is clearly passed out behind the wheel. Johnson was fired in December, when Mayor Lori Lightfoot accused him of lying about what happened that night.
Storm Threat Through 6pm TonightMary Kay Kleist with the forecast.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Laments Latest Weekend Bloodshed: 'This Can’t Be Who We Are As A City'Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she has woken up the past two Mondays "with an incredible sense of dread, incredible feeling of despair, because of the weekend violence."
Chicago Police Seek Help Finding Killers Of 2 Children; 'Please Help Us Bring These Murderers To Justice'Chicago Police leaders are addressing this weekend's violence, and their latest public safety efforts, after at least 17 people were killed, including two young children. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
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Chicago Weather: Rain On Monday And TuesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a look at the week's forecast.
Mobile COVID-19 Testing Lab Visiting Pilsen, Woodlawn MondayA mobile COVID-19 testing lab will be visiting Woodlawn and Pilsen on Wednesday. 
CPD Seeking Finding Shooters Responsible For Killing Two Children This WeekendIn the wake of another weekend that saw several children shot, including a 1-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl who were killed in separate shootings, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown on Monday urged people to come forward with information to help police catch the “evil, murdering bastards” responsible.
Teenager Injured After Falling Through Roof Of Holy Cross Catholic High School In DeerfieldOne of the teens fell through a skylight about 20 feet down. 
2 Children Among At Least 14 Killed In Shootings In Chicago This WeekendAt least 14 people were killed in shootings in Chicago this weekend, including a 1-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl who was hit by a stray bullet in her home in Logan Square.
Brides Battle For Refunds From Ashley Farm After Wedding Venue Falsely Claimed Exemption From COVID-19 RestrictionsCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains the coronavirus complication.
Showers, Storms Monday; Warm Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
What Can We Expect From Cubs, White Sox This Shortened Baseball Season?CBS 2’s Luke Stuckmeyer asked Mark Gonzales, the Cubs beat writer for the Chicago Tribune, what kind of game shape the players are likely to be in.
Muggy On Monday With Scattered StormsCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, June 28, 2020.
More Than 500,000 People Worldwide Have Now Died Of COVID-19In The U.S., the number of cases is declining only in Connecticut and Rhode Island, while many states are seeing dramatic rises. CBS News’ Janet Shamlian reports from Houston, where hospitals are overwhelmed.
On Pride Sunday, Activists Hold Black Trans Lives Matter March In ChicagoThe Chicago Pride Parade was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic this year, but there were events to adapt to COVID-19, with a Black Trans Lives Matter march on Sunday that started at the Belmont Red, Brown, and Purple Line station.
Flash Flooding Prompts High Water Rescues In Northwest IndianaCleanup was under way in Kentland, Indiana Sunday, after flash flooding forced high water rescues.
Group Goes Door-To-Door After 1-Year-Old Boy Is Among Latest To Be Shot Dead In ChicagoAs it is after every violent weekend – especially when kids become victims – the question becomes, what now? And what can we do better? CBS 2’s Marissa Parra was there Sunday as city leaders and restaurants went door-to-door for justice.
City Leaders: Politics, Economics, Unrest Have Led To Violence In ChicagoAs Chicago grapples with another violent weekend in which two children were among those killed, city leaders called the violence a symptom of politics, economics, and growing unrest. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.

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