Mayor Lori Lightfoot addressed the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.

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Mayor Lightfoot Addresses City's Budget PlansMayor Lori Lightfoot addressed the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.
Man Got 311 Confirmation That West Loop Sinkhole Was Fixed -- But It Wasn'tThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders are taking on a pesky sinkhole – an inconvenience to West Loop drivers that the city hasn’t fixed despite one man’s request.
Francis Parker School Buys Out Neighboring Condos 'Under Cover Of Night' In Bid To Expand; 'A School Bully With A Big Check'For almost 120 years, Francis W. Parker School has been a Lincoln Park staple. Like many urban schools, it’s landlocked, but CBS 2 Morning Insider Chris Tye reports one of the city’s most elite private schools is making waves and enemies in its effort to expand.
Woman In Critical Condition After Fire At Lawndale HomeA 57-year-old woman is in critical condition after a fire in the Lawndale neighborhood. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5 A.M. 10-23-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Thousands Of CPS Teachers To Rally During Budget AddressChicago teachers will shift from the picket lines in front of schools to what's expected to be a massive rally near Thompson Center.
Mayor Lightfoot To Address City's Budget Plans, Chicago Faces $838 Million ShortfallMayor Lori Lightfoot will address the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.
Streetlights Back On After Weeks In HegewischThe streetlights were out for weeks on Escanaba Avenue near 129th Street, but were fixed shortly after CBS 2 visited. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Lawyer Seeks To Save CPS Cross-Country Team's SeasonThe teachers' strike means the cross-country team at Jones College Prep can't compete in the regionals under IHSA rules. But an attorney thinks the rules are vague enough that the season can be saved. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Fire Lights Up Alley, Comes Close To Homes In Old TownThe fire broke out early Tuesday morning in the alley behind Hudson Avenue near Blackhawk Street.
Matt Forte Tells Bears To RUN!The Bears' loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday is on former running back Matt Forte's mind, and he has some advice.
3 DCFS Employees Expected To Be Fired In Freund CaseSources are telling CBS 2 the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services will move to terminate three employees who worked on the A.J. Freund case.
Supt. Johnson Not Attending Trump AddressPresdeint Trump will be in Chicago next week to address a police chiefs' conference. Supt. Eddie Johnson will not be attending.
Breaking Down The Claims: CPS, The Teachers' Union, And MoneyThe Chicago Teachers Union and the Chicago Public Schools were on the verge of breaking down Tuesday as a strike continued, and the issue is money. As CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports, there are valid claims that each side make.
Report: Company Missing Warning SignsCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports Arcelormittal is guilty of seven violations. That's according to a report from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
Hundreds Of Thefts Coming Out Of One Gym ChainCBS 2's Lauren Victory reports on a disturbing trend affecting hundreds of customers who go to XSport Fitness and Gym.
Woman Says She Was Terrified In I-80 Road Rage IncidentThe incident happened in March, and Melissa Pointer says she has never heard from Illinois State Police about whether the driver suffered any consequences. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Parent Running Out Of Options During Teachers' StrikeDenisia Bryant has had to take time off work, while paying her sister to babysit her kids in the morning as she drives for Lyft. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Woman Charged In Lake County Forest Preserve StabbingMarquette Owens is accused of stabbing a woman who was walking with her young son in the forest preserve. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Judge: Case Against Smollett To ContinueActor Jussie smollett will have to face the city's lawsuit, claiming he faked a racist and homophobic attack.
Report: ArcelorMittal Missed Warning Signs Prior To Indiana Cyanide SpillCBS 2 Investigator Tim McNicholas has the story on a report from the state of Indiana that says ArcelorMittal missed warning signs a week before the spill.
Thousands Still Without Power In Northwest Indiana After Powerful StormsMore than 8,000 homes and businesses in northwest Indiana remained without power Tuesday morning, a day after powerful winds knocked down power lines, taking out power for up to 50,000 NIPSCO customers.
Simeon Wolverines Likely To Forfeit State Football Playoffs Due To CTU StrikeThe football team at Chicago's Simeon High School is taking the strike especially hard.
Chicago Teachers Strike Drags On; Mayor Criticizes Union For Not Having Full Team At TalksWith students missing a fourth day of class on Tuesday due to the ongoing Chicago teachers strike, there seemed to be little hope of ending the work stoppage anytime soon. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.

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