Video Shows Hundreds Not Following COVID-19 Guidelines Outside Blue Island BusinessAn alarming video shows hundreds of people who seem not to be following COVID-19 rules packed together outside a suburban business.
Separated By Pandemic, Couple Reunites At Grace Point Place's New Backyard Beach In Oak LawnThis summer's been especially tough for our seniors, as many have been cooped up by the pandemic for months, but on Tuesday one special lady got a little taste of summer dropped off at her front door.
3 Arrested After Lake Shore Drive Crash, Accused Of Causing Collision To Rob VictimsPolice have arrested three people involved in a crash on Lake Shore Drive, saying they intentionally caused a collision, then robbed the people in the other car at gunpoint. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
3 In Custody, Suspected Of Causing Crash On Lake Shore Drive To Rob Victims At GunpointThree people are in custody after a car crash on Lake Shore Drive ended with an armed robbery early Tuesday morning. 
Unemployed Workers Complain They've Been Waiting For Days For Callbacks From IDES Phone SystemMany jobless Illinois workers have taken advantage of the state’s new feature in which they can skip countless calling and long hold times and let someone from the state’s Department of Employment Security call them back. The problem is, some wait times have turned into days. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Crowds Of Mostly Teens Getting Out Of Hand Downtown, Neighbors SayIt’s getting out of hand – that’s what people who live downtown say about crowds gathering on weekends. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Police Departments Cut Ties With 'Jake The Striper' Over Social Media PostsA man known as Jake the Striper has done decal work for hundreds of thousands of police cars. But now, several of his longtime clients are calling it quits after racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic posts came to light. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Cameras Designed To Catch Expressway Shooters Still Not In UseGetting a direct answer to what the holdup is in getting the cameras going has been a slippery process. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Gary Schools Give Option Of Classroom Or E-LearningParents everywhere have been waiting to find out whether their kids will be returning to class. On Monday, parents in Gary got the answer. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Shooting Victim's Sister: Where Are Expressway Cameras?CBS 2’s Chris Tye looks into whether critical clues could have been lost in expressway shootings, because cameras, promised months ago, are still not in place.
Woman Shot While Riding In SUV On Dan Ryan Expressway; Southbound Lanes ReopenA woman was shot while riding in an SUV on the Dan Ryan Expressway early Monday morning.
After Another Bloody Weekend, Top Cop Says There Aren't Enough Opportunities To Offset CrimeAfter another weekend that saw dozens of people shot across the city, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said police can't stop the violence alone, especially when the biggest employer for many young people on the West Side is the illegal drug trade. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Woman Shot While Riding In SUV On Dan Ryan Expressway; Lanes ClosedIllinois State Police said the shooting took place around 3 a.m. in the southbound lanes between 51st and 57th streets.
2 Black Lives Matter Signs Slashed Outside Oak Park ChurchesThis comes days after a mural in the same near west suburb was defaced. Residents Sunday night said the actions do not represent the village as a whole, as CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Matthew Owens Brings Puppet Theater To His Balcony During PandemicMatthew Owens of Chicago is bringing smiles to his neighbors during the pandemic by giving them a break from routine with no strings attached. He spent some time with CBS News’ Adriana Diaz.
Black Lives Matter Signs Slashed At Two Oak Park ChurchesVandals targeted Black Lives Matter signs at two Oak Park churches this weekend. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
CPS Sports Programs Set To Resume Practices This WeekThis week, Chicago Public Schools will take steps to bring back sports for students.
FBI Asking For Public's Help Identifying Glen Ellyn Bank RobberThe man held up the Glen Ellyn Bank and Trust on Roosevelt Road around 11 a.m. Saturday. 
Most Daley Center Traffic Hearings To Be Scheduled On Zoom; Expect Long Lines for In-Person HearingsIf you are due in traffic court at the Daley Center, you probably don't have to leave home. Most cases are being scheduled for video conference via Zoom. 
5 Men Shot In Humboldt Park, 1 KilledAfter another deadly night, Chicago shootings totaled 47 people as of 8 a.m. Sunday morning, and seven of those people died. 
Chicago Weather: Cooler, Quieter Day; Dangerous Lake ConditionsCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, July 12, 2020.
'Love March' Seeks More Resources For Black And Brown Communities To Help End Gun ViolenceYoung people demanding changes to how Chicago tackles violent crime took to the streets on the South Side on Saturday, asking the city to commit more resources to their communities, not just to more officers on the streets.
Activists Hold Love March To Call For End To Gun ViolenceAmong many Chicagoans shot in recent weeks have been multiple young children; efforts are underway this weekend to stop it. In the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood on Saturday, youth from GoodKids MadCity led a “love march.” CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Chicago Expands Outdoor Dining ProgramChicago is expanding outdoor dining this weekend, hoping to help cash-strapped restaurants make up a lot of lost revenue. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports city officials closed streets in 10 neighborhoods this weekend, to allow restaurants more space for outdoor seating.

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