CBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the 10 p.m. forecast for Saturday, June 6, 2020.

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Chicago Weather: Mainly Clear And Cool Saturday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the 10 p.m. forecast for Saturday, June 6, 2020.
Owners Return To Modern Beauty Supply After It Was Damaged In Weekend LootingThe owners returned Saturday to clean up the mess, salvage what was left, and start trying to reopen.
Protests In Chicago Remain Peaceful Saturday As Police Maintain Strong PresenceIn The Loop Chicago police stood guard Saturday. Their presence was visible not just along Wacker but all around downtown.
Protesters Kneel, Lay Roses At Feet Of Chicago Police In Peaceful ProtestProtesters started at Roberto Clemente Community Academy in Humboldt Park. Their destination was the 14th District police station. 
Sam Acho Gathers Pro Athletes From Most Chicago Teams To West Side EventsFormer Bears linebacker Sam Acho helped coordinate a pretty cool event this week at the By The Hand Club For Kids on Chicago's West Side. 
Neighbors Celebrate Homecoming For Teen COVID-19 SurvivorThe Chatham community held a parade as a show of support for a teen who survived the coronavirus. 
Pritzker, Foxx, Preckwinkle Attend Day Of Action In Calumet CityGov. JB Pritzker joined the call for racial justice Saturday morning at the South Suburban Day of Action in Calumet City. 
Humboldt Park Community Holds Rally For Justice And UnityA peaceful Black Lives Matter protest is planned for Humboldt Park Saturday evening.
Protests Move From Chicago's West Side To The Near North SideJermont Terry reported Chicago police in the Loop were having no issue with protesters moving from Union Park to the Near North Side as they stood guard. 
Chicago Weather: Superb Sunday With Sunshine Ahead Of Big WarmupCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the 5 p.m. forecast for Saturday, June 6, 2020.
Bronzeville Business Owner Resolves To Rebuild After Her Business Burned Down During Violent ProtestsChella Holcomb, whose business was destroyed, was excited to reopen after COVID-19, but on Sunday the business next door was looted and set on fire. She had to watch as the fire slowly destroyed her own.
Bronzeville Business Owner Resolves To Rebuild After Her Business Burned Down During Violent ProtestsChristal Halter and her fiance Kenny Rodriguez have had two canceled wedding dates due to the pandemic, but Friday morning the couple finally tied the knot.
Ed's Driveway: Subaru LegacyCBS 2's Ed Curran takes a test drive.
Marcel Oliver Charged With Murder For Police Chase That Killed WomanA man has been charged with murder in a police chase that left a woman dead. 
Protesters To Gather At Union Park Saturday MorningGrant Park and Union Park will be designated spots for demonstrators to gather this weekend, as part of a plan announced by Mayor Lori Lightfoot Friday.
Chicago Weather: Sunny, Less Humid WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Weekend With More Seasonable Temperatures AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, June 5, 2020.
Some 17-Year Cicadas Emerging Early In Western SuburbsSeventeen-year cicadas are emerging in Chicago's western suburbs.
Family Wants Answers After Woman Killed In Crash With Chicago Police Involved In High-Speed ChaseThe family of a 37-year-old mother of six is calling for answers after she was killed in a crash with a Chicago police car involved in a high-speed chase.
Family Fights For Refund Of $800 In Cubs Tickets From Third-Party VendorA Chicago family is out more than $800 for tickets to the Cubs home opener -- a game that never happened.
Some Churches Prepare To Reopen By Taking ReservationsThe Diocese of Joliet has approved at least to churches to reopen but with major stipulations in place.
Pilsen Business Owner Opts For Creative Punishment For Looting Teens Instead Of Pressing ChargesA group of looters was arrested in Pilsen over the weekend, but the store owner had an idea of his own for a punishment. 
City Opening Grant Park and Union Park For Protesters To Gather This WeekendThe city expects hundreds if not thousands to gather peacefully this weekend. In addition to opening up Grant and Union parks, portions of Lake Shore Drive will also be shut down to deal with the crowds. 
As Unemployment Numbers Drop, Illinoisans Looking For Work Still Struggle To Get BenefitsAround 2.5 million people got jobs in May, dropping the unemployment rate to 13.3%. More than half of those jobs added were at food and drinking establishments, but the overall unemployment numbers are still staggering.

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