CPD: Crew In Maroon SUV Responsible For Multiple CarjackingsA maroon SUV captured on camera over and over again, but the carjackers inside are still on the loose after a very busy night. CBS's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Chicago Weather: Straight Up SunshineCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the forecast.
MCA Showcases The Art Of Special Olympics AthletesCBS 2's Jim Williams reports Special Olympians are showing off another talent at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Connecticut, Washington D.C. Off Chicago's Travel AdvisoryOne state, Connecticut and one territory, the District of Columbia, are now off Chicago's Travel Advisory list.
Families Concerned About COVID-19 'Outbreak Status' At State Run FacilitiesCBS 2's Chris Tye reports, last month the state deemed six state run facilities for the developmentally disabled in "outbreak" status. Some families say its left loved ones without needed care.
Ald. Gardiner Makes Public ApologyEmbattled Alderman James Gardiner apologized following the disclosure of a series of text messages in which he used slurs when talking about another alderman and women who work in city politics.
Crew In Maroon SUV May Be Responsible For Multiple CarjackingsCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports a maroon SUV captured on camera over and over again, but the carjackers inside are still on the loose after a very busy night.
Apple Tells Customers To Update All DevicesApple released an emergency software patch after researchers found a security flaw that could allow hackers to secretly install spyware on your apple devices.
A Day After Wife's Funeral, In-Laws Told Great Grandfather He'd Have To Move Out Of His Westchester HomeA west suburban great-grandfather fears eviction is on the horizon. He's already been told to leave his house, not by an unhappy landlord but by his in-laws. Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains the unusual circumstances.
Rain Expected Tuesday AfternoonCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Mayor Lightfoot Expected To Present Plan On Suing Street GangsHer proposal includes taking street gangs to court and using lawsuits to freeze their money and assets.
City Council Vote Could Allow Chicagoans To Continue Commenting VirtuallyAldermen are expected to vote today on if Chicagoans will get to keep speaking virtually at city council meetings.
Soldier Field StatuesDon't pass up a chance to snap a photo next to the statues of team founder George Halas and Bears legend Walter Payton.
Soldier Field Water WallLocated at the north entrance, the memorial water wall spans 250 feed and features medallions and seals honoring the different branches of the U.S. Armed Services. 
Soldier Field ColonnadesThe landmark columns offer stunning views of the city and lake and are open to the public every day.
Soldier Field Doughboy StatueCreated in 1926, the statue was moved from Garfield Park to its current location during the 2003 stadium renovations.
Soldier Field ConcourseOften overlooked, each bench along the south wall includes inspiring quotations and actual medals donated by military members.
Postal Police Say It's Safe To Mail Checks After Instances Of Fraud In Park Ridge, But Expert Advises Thinking TwicePostal Police insist it’s safe to mail checks in Park Ridge, even after CBS 2 discovered a federal investigation into check fraud there. But at least one postal expert says you should think twice about that. He shared advice for customers with CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas.
Rain ReturnsCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Police Searching For Group Using Paintball Guns, Bats In String Of RobberiesThe group robbed people in West Humboldt Park and Cragin early Saturday morning and late Monday night. Victims told police the men also had guns.
Mayor Lightfoot Expected To Present Plan On Suing Street GangsHer proposal includes taking street gangs to court and using lawsuits to freeze their money and assets. 
Car Rear Ends Street Sweeper On Lake Shore Drive In Irving ParkTwo people were injured after a car rear-ended a city street sweeper on DuSable Lake Shore Drive in Irving Park early Tuesday morning. 
9/11 Hero Todd Beamer Honored At Golf Outing In AuroraAs the nation marks 20-years since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, local 9/11 hero Todd Beamer was honored in the western suburbs Monday night.
Alderman Seeks Solution As Gang, Racial Tension Is Blamed For Violence In West PullmanFor the past few months, we've tracked and investigated violence in the West Pullman neighborhood, and people living and working in the area say gangs and racial tension are fueling the trouble. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.

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