Chicago Public Schools Classes Canceled Again Monday As City, Teachers Union NegotiateAs a school showdown drags on for a second week, there is definitely no class for Chicago Public Schools on Monday.
Chicago Weather: Patchy Drizzle, Mist Continues With Temperatures Below FreezingCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022.
Protesters Rally In Loop Against COVID-19 Vaccination MandatesPeople protesting COVID-19 vaccination rules rallied outside the Thompson Center Saturday morning. 
Business Leaders Gather To Discuss Solutions To ViolenceChicago area business leaders gathered Saturday to tackle the rising violence tearing many communities apart. Businesses and community leaders networked and discussed ways to address the crime crisis. It was all part of the annual Martine Luther King Business Brunch at the Abundant Living Christian Center in Dolton. 
Mother, Two Siblings Charged In Death Of 6-Year-Old Damari PerryThe mother and two siblings of Damari Perry, 6, who was found dead late Friday night have been charged in his death.
Shooting Leaves Driver In Critical Condition, Causes Multiple CrashesA man is in critical condition after he was shot while driving in Chicago's Brainerd neighborhood Saturday afternoon. 
South Chicago Woman In Critical Condition After House Fire On South SideA woman is in critical condition after a fire broke out at a house on Chicago's South Side Saturday afternoon.
Negotiations Continue Between City And Chicago Teachers UnionWith classes canceled again on Monday, the battle continues between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union on getting students back to school.
Standoff Between CPS, Chicago Teachers Union Poses Challenges For Kids, ParentsCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports on the effects on children and parents as the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union remain locked in a standoff over remote learning.
Legal Filings Fly As Showdown Continues Between Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers UnionChicago Public Schools students on Friday were heading into the weekend facing another day of possible canceled classes Monday - while city officials said talks with the teachers' union "must be concluded this weekend." CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Woman And Baby Killed After Gary, Indiana Police Chase; Driver In CustodyA woman and an infant were killed and a man was injured in a crash on the Borman Expressway in northwest Indiana, as officers were trying to pull over the driver. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
A Salute To Health Care Workers With Hospitals In A Critical StateThe past two-years have been mentally and physically exhausting for healthcare workers, and unfortunately, things are showing no signs of slowing down. But we can all remember to have a little compassion, and patience, as we continue to face this pandemic together. CBS 2 Photojournalist Jeff Langan captured this salute to our health care workers.
Dr. Micah Pollak On Challenges With COVID-19, Hospitals In IndianaDr. Micah Pollak, a professor at Indiana University Northwest, has been studying the COVID-19 pandemic in Indiana for the past two years. He joins CBS 2’s Irika Sargent to talk about the challenges involved with hospitals.
Health Care Workers In Gary Describe Experience On Front Lines During COVID-19 SurgeWe've all seen long lines at COVID-19 testing facilities over the last few weeks. On Friday, CBS 2’s Steven Graves talked with workers on the front lines just over the state line in Gary, Indiana.
Hospitals Offer Incentives To Overcome Staffing Shortages Amid COVID-19 SurgeHospitals are offering signing bonuses, incentives and unique programs for graduating students, who face constant changes, a never ending learning curve and wide open eyes. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
An Inside Look At Emergency Room At Rush University Medical Center Amid Latest COVID SurgeCBS 2’s Chris Tye got exclusive access inside the emergency room at Rush University Medical Center. While they weren’t overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients on Friday, they have been at times in recent weeks.
Legal Actions Fly In Battle Over Remote Learning Between Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers UnionChicago Public Schools students on Friday were heading into the weekend facing another day of canceled classes Monday. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Woman, Child Killed In Crash On I-80/94 In GaryA woman and an infant were killed and a man was injured in a crash on the Borman Expressway in northwest Indiana, as officers were trying to pull over the driver. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Remembering Sgt. Marlene Rittmanic, Bradley Police Officer Killed In The Line Of DutyHundreds of people turned out Friday morning to show their support and love for the family of fallen Bradley Police Sgt. Marlene Rittmanic at her funeral. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Northwest Indiana Family Loses Dogs When Colorado Airbnb Burns Down In Marshall FireA Northwest Indiana family was planning to go on a dream vacation to Colorado, but it ended in tragedy. As CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports, the Lawson family hopes their story serves as a warning to others as they travel.
Many Arrests Have Occurred Since Capitol Riot, But Concerns About Democracy PersistOn this one-year anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, hundreds of people are facing charges – and more are expected – and some continue worry about what the riot could mean as an omen for the future of democracy. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Classes Canceled Again Friday For Chicago Public Schools StudentsThe district says there will be no school, with the exception of some schools that may be able to cobble together staff for some enrichment programs in school buildings. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports on the latest in the showdown with the Chicago Teachers Union over remote learning.
Only One Chicago Area Defendant Has Been Sentenced To Jail Time So Far In Capitol RiotMore than 700 people have been arrested and charged in connection with the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol one year ago Thursday. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey has a look at the status of cases for Chicago area defendants.
Man Has Been Throwing Cups Of Urine At People In AndersonvilleSomeone has been throwing urine in people’s faces in a disturbing trend of attacks happening lately in the Andersonville neighborhood. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.

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