Sundays On State Kicks OffSunday is the kickoff for Sundays on State. The weekly gathering in the Loop will feature hands on arts and culture events and musical performances and recreation classes. It runs along State Street from Lake to Madison from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Driver Suffers Life Threatening Injuries In Stevenson Expressway ShootingA driver suffered life threatening injuries after being shot on the southbound Stevenson Expressway early Sunday morning. 
What Caught My Eye July 11, 2021CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot and Laura Bannon share the photos that caught their eyes this week.
Co-Founder Of Chicago Shelter A Safe Haven Releases Book Profiling People Who Overcame HomelessnessIf you think you have been noticing more homeless people in the streets in Chicago lately, the co-founder of A Safe Haven says you're right. 
Chicago Weather: Rain Moves Through For Several DaysCBS 2 Meteorologist Laura Bannon has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, July 11, 2021.
1 Killed, 2 Others Hurt In Shooting Outside Cook County JailA man is dead and two others are injured after a shooting right in front of the Cook County Jail Saturday night. 
Chicago Father Reinvents Himself During Pandemic Recession While Getting Closer To His DaughterIt's a Chicago classic: the hot dog. Local tradition dictates it's all-beef, piled high with a garden of ingredients, and absolutely no ketchup. But now a family business born out of the pandemic recession is doing things its own way. CBS 2's Adriana Diaz shows us how a hot dog is helping a father get closer to his daughter while reinventing himself.
Food & Fun For Those In Need At 'Taste For The Homeless'It was a day of food and fun for hundreds of the city's homeless on Saturday. Music, dancing and lots of good food were on the menu at Taste for the Homeless.
"Christmas In July" In Aurora Provides Life Essentials To Victims Of Domestic And Sexual ViolenceHearts in Aurora on Saturday opened to victims and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence. Aurora police and the group Mutual Ground collected simple life essentials – from toothpaste to soap – to give to those going through life-changing challenges. CBS 2 photojournalist Alfredo Roman takes us to the drive-thru event called Christmas in July.
Two Men Killed In Shooting At West Englewood Gas StationTwo men were killed in a shooting in the middle of the afternoon on Saturday at a West Englewood gas station. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Cloudy Skies And Threat Of Rain Can't Keep Crowds Away From Windy City SmokeoutIt might be a bit cloudy out, but that is not stopping crowds from coming out to festivals this weekend. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports pit masters and patrons alike were excited for the return of the Windy City Smokeout.
Suspect Arrested in California, Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Couple At Puerto Rican Pride Parade In ChicagoChicago police Saturday announced an arrest has been made in the fatal shooting of a couple during a Puerto Rican Pride celebration in Humboldt Park last month. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Illinois Public Schools To Be Required To Teach Asian American HistoryPublic schools in Illinois will now be required to teach Asian American history after a new law was signed by Gov. JB Pritzker. 
Man Killed In West Garfield Park Police Shooting Identified As Klevontaye WhiteThree officers and a U.S. Marshal shot and killed man who has been identified as 34-year-old Klevontaye White. 
Two Chicago Police Officers Pepper Sprayed While Trying To Break Up Fight In Calumet HeightsTwo Chicago police officers found themselves on the wrong end of a pepper spray can in Calumet Heights Friday night. 
Ramp To Southbound Dan Ryan Closed After Shots Fired At SUVAfter an early morning shooting, the ramp one the southbound Dan Ryan Expressway from the Eisenhower Expressway was closed much of Saturday morning. 
Chicago Weather: Increasing Chance Of Weekend RainCBS 2 Meteorologist Laura Bannon has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, July 10, 2021.
Chicago Weather: Rain Returns This Weekend; Cool Temps Until Next WeekCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, July 9, 2021.
Ex-Chicago Heights Park District Police Chief Claims He Was Never Officially Fired, Does Not Have To Turn Over BadgeFor more than a year the Chicago Heights Park District has been trying to get its badge back from its former police chief. He said if he has it, he does not have to give it back and claims he was never even terminated. 
Nine Children Hospitalized After Crash Involving SUV With No Child RestraintsNine children were hospitalized Friday night after an SUV with no car seats was in a crash in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood.
Chicago Businesses Worry Recent Violence Could Sway Shoppers Not To Come DowntownStore owners say violence last weekend could signal to shoppers not to come downtown anymore and affect everyone's bottom line. 
Students, Families Concerned As Colleges Prepare To Welcome Students In Areas With Low COVID-19 Vaccination RatesAs students prepare to head back to campus, many students and families are concerned about safety on campus, especially at schools in communities where vaccination rates remain low. 
Community Leaders Try To Get Ahead Of Violence With New Tool Targeting HotspotsWith Chicago in the crosshairs, community leaders prepare for more work ahead after a violent holiday with a new tool they use to get ahead of potential violence.
Scammers Are Impersonating Nearly Every Illinois State Department In Phishing SchemesYou may be getting weird, irritating fake text messages on your phone – and whatever you do, don’t click on them. CBS 2’s Tara Molina did some digging and found nearly every state agency in Illinois has scammers impersonating them – using texts, emails, and even phone calls.

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