Police Investigating String Of Overnight BurglariesPolice are investigating three burglaries that were reported within an hour overnight. 
CPS Students Returning To Classrooms WednesdayAfter five days of no in-person classes, students are returning to the classrooms Wednesday.  CTU is expected to finalize an agreement with the city Wednesday.
5 People Displaced By House Fire In Auburn GreshamChicago firefighters battled a house fire in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood Wednesday morning. 
Chicago Weather: Milder Tuesday NightCBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022.
Haymarket Center Files Federal Discrimination Lawsuit Over Proposed Itasca CenterThe Haymarket Center is not giving up its plan to open an addiction treatment center in west suburban Itasca.
Friends Helped Stop One Of Three Fires Set Inside Meijer In Highland, IndianaBurned cotton balls were left behind after police said a shoplifter set them on fire inside a Meijer store in Northwest Indiana this week. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Could CPS Teachers Go Remote Again If They Vote Down Tentative COVID Safety Deal?We got a look inside the agreement between the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union that will send kids back to the classroom on Wednesday – and it is not the deal for which many teachers were hoping. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Coroner's Report Exposes Suffering Of 6-Year-Old Damari PerryAn autopsy showed that the body of 6-year-old Damari Perry was naked and partially burned upon being found dumped in Gary, Indiana, and the likely cause of his death was hypothermia. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Grief, Anger For Family Of Illinois DCFS Caseworker Who Was Stabbed To DeathA family expressed grief and anger Tuesday after an Illinois Department of Children and Family Services caseworker was stabbed to death downstate.
Grant Is Poised To Bring New Life To Struggling Stretch Of Ashland Avenue In Back Of The YardsAn Illinois state grant means new life for part of the Back of the Yards neighborhood that is well past its glory days. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
The Immunocompromised Seek More Boosters Against COVID-19Some are having a harder time fighting COVID-19 than others, including the immunocompromised. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra explains they can get a fourth vaccine starting this week.
Study Shows Little Relationship Between Chicago Speed Cameras' Safety Impact And Number Of Tickets IssuedChicago's speed cameras churned out more than 2.5 million tickets last year, up 273 percent from the year before.
Apple AirTags Are Being Used To Stalk And Track People's MovementsAn urgent warning has been issued about Apple’s new AirTag – a tool designed to help you find your keys or wallet or anything else you may misplace, but which instead has been used by some to track down people. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Chicago Weather: Things Are Warming UpCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the forecast.
Chicago Doctors Worry As Blood Shortages Affect Area HospitalsThis week, the Red Cross, for the first time, declared a national blood crisis. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek has more the dire outlook from Chicago area doctors.
'Sign Of Promise'While Chicago is still seeing a huge number of COVID-19 infections on a daily basis, CDPH Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said there are some encouraging signs that cases are starting to decline.
Northwest Indiana Police Chase Ends On Chicago's South SideOfficers tried to stop a man Tuesday in Griffith, but he took off and drove into Gary. From there, more officers joined the chase and he headed for Chicago.
Chicago Teachers Still Must Vote On Agreement For CPS Students Returning To SchoolWe got a look inside the agreement between the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union that will send kids back to the classroom on Wednesday – and it is not the deal for which many teachers were hoping. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Tests Positive For COVIDLightfoot is fully vaccinated, and received a COVID-19 booster shot in November.
CFD Sends Warning Regarding Fires And Space HeatersThe Chicago Fire Department tweeted a reminder to not plug your space heater into an extension cord and to never place the heater closer than three feet to anything that can burn, including a bed.
Irving Park Community Food Pantry Reopens After New Year's Eve FireThe Irving Park Community Food Pantry said teens set off fireworks in recycling bins next to the church's front door.
CPS Teachers Return Today, Students Tomorrow After COVID Safety AgreementChicago Public Schools teachers returned to schools today, after the district reached a tentative agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union over COVID-19 safety measures for the district amid the latest surge of cases.
City Of Chicago Gives Away KN95 MasksIf you're interested in getting these masks, contact your alderman's office.
Temperatures ClimbingCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.

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