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Ambulance And Police Car Crash Responding To Fatal Shooting In Homan SquareA Chicago Police Department cruiser and a Chicago Fire Department ambulance crashed into each other Saturday night while responding to a triple shooting which left one teenager dead and two others wounded Saturday night in the Homan Square neighborhood.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (7AM, Oct. 20, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
CPS Strike Enters Day 4 After Progress In NegotiationsAs the Chicago teachers’ strike stretches into its fourth day, the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools reached tentative agreements on several issues on Saturday, but both sides said there is a lot of work left to do. CBS 2's Cesar Rodriguez reports.
A Fashion Show That Makes A DifferenceCBS 2’s Erin Kennedy has the story of three models who are blind or severely visually impaired at Flair 2019.
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Father Of Sexually Assaulted Teen Girl Suing Accused Man And School Both AttendedA suburban mental health center is being sued by the parents of a 13-year-old girl. They blame the institution for the sexual assault of their daughter. 
Hawthorn Woods Homeowners Left Shocked, Confused By Surprise Sewer BillsHomeowners in a new development contacted the CBS 2 Morning Insiders after they assumed their monthly costs included sewer charges – and they did not.
Theft Suspect Slams Into Car After Police Pursuit; 4 InjuredFour people have been hospitalized following a high speed crash in Aurora late Thursday night, according to the Aurora Police Department.
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Chicago Teachers' Strike Enters Day 2As the Chicago teachers' strike enters day two and 360,000 students are still out of class, union leaders say there was some movement at the bargaining table Thursday. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch 6 a.m. 10-18-19CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Aurora Crash Injures Four People; Three In Critical ConditionFour people have been hospitalized following a high speed crash in Aurora late Thursday night, according to the Aurora Police Department.
Unaccompanied Teen Stuck Newark Airport For 24 HoursMiles McCready is only 16, but he already has a travel horror story he might be telling for the rest of his life. CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.
Victim Of Domestic Violence Failed By System-TwiceSavage says she did everything she was supposed to after the father of her 10-year-old daughter threw her to the ground during an unscheduled visitation in January. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 5 a.m. 10-17-19CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
Remember To Rescan Your Television On Friday, October 18If you are one of the thousands of Chicagoans who view broadcast television using an antenna, you will need to rescan your TV or converter box on Friday to continue watching programming.
Chicago Teachers Head To Picket LineChicago Public Schools teachers are on strike Thursday morning and set to picket outside every CPS school. That means no school for 360,000 students.  
City Council Could Crack Down On Dangerous Packs Of Motorcyclists In ChicagoDangerous motorcyclists can be spotted all over Chicago, riding recklessly in a large pack, terrifying people on the street and ignoring the rules of the road. 
Suburban Residents Fret About Possible Pace Route Eliminations, Say Public Meetings Are Convenient To FewPace on Wednesday will reveal the changes it plans to make next year to save money – which could include cutting several routes.
Teachers Union Bargaining Team Recommends Strike Barring Breakthrough WednesdayBarring a breakthrough sometime Wednesday, the Chicago Teachers Union bargaining team has recommended a strike starting Thursday. Meanwhile some agencies are getting ready for an influx of students if teachers walk out. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch 101619CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the forecast.
New Ordinance Could Delay Marijuana Sales In Chicago By 6 MonthsRecreational marijuana becomes legal in Illinois next year, but on Tuesday, what seemed like a routine City Council Zoning Committee vote was suddenly blocked when the Black Caucus demanded a closed-door meeting.
'It's Not Easy:' Owners To Close Andersonville Hardware Shop After Years Of ServiceIt's one of the last mom-and-pop hardware shops left in Chicago. The hardare shop stands at the corner of Berwyn and Clark streets in the Andersonville neighborhood.
Trial For Woman Accused In That Killed 3 Indiana School Children BeginsNearly a year after three Indiana children were hit-and-killed, steps from getting on their school bus, the woman accused of killing them is going to trial.

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