Metra Union Pacific West line trains were stopped near Glen Ellyn early Monday, after a train struck a pedestrian.

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Timothy O’Donnell, Wearing Joker Mask, Charged With Torching Chicago Police Car During Weekend’s Protest ViolenceTimothy O’Donnell, disguised in a Joker mask but easily identifiable from a neck tattoo, set fire to a Chicago Police SUV in the Loop on Saturday and now faces federal charges for the damage, according to a criminal complaint released Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Career Coach: Tap Into Your Personal And Professional NetworkAre you thinking about changing job industries during this difficult time? 
A Look At Reopening Chicago Amid Pandemic, UnrestChicago is back open, at least as much as Phase 3 of the governor's reopen plan allows. But what does that really feel like?
1 Person Dead, 5 Injured, Suspect Arrested After Police Chase Across CityA man on the run led police on a chase across multiple expressways while stealing more than one car to get away.
Chicago Weather: Warm, Sunny Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Looted Small Businesses Seek Help From City, Neighborhood Chambers Of CommerceThe Mayor’s office is still working out the application process for a $10 million emergency relief fund for looted and vandalized businesses.
Tanker Fire On I-355 Near Downers Grove Shuts Down LanesA crash on I-355 led to a tanker truck fire Wednesday morning.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Travel Expert Says Airline Ticket Prices Expected To Rise More Than 50%Air travel is nowhere near what it was before the pandemic. But it has started to bounce back  slowly in what is normally a busy summer travel season.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Crews Responding To Tanker Fire On I-355According to Chicago Fire officials, the truck was carrying propane.
Some Bridges Opening To Traffic DowntownSome of the bridges, that were up due to protests throughout the downtown area, are now back open. 
Divvy Bike Stations Reopen WednesdayDivvy bike stations are set to reopen Wednesday throughout the city. 
Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Breaking Windows At Beard Elementary SchoolA man was arrested after police said he smashed windows at a Northwest Side school.
New Rules For Humboldt Park Hair Salon As It Prepares To ReopenCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took us inside a salon with new safety measures in place.
For Looted Businesses, Insurance Isn't Always An Easy SolutionSome people believe the looting and vandalism that has transpired in recent days will not impact businesses because they have insurance.As CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Wednesday, insurance is not the magic answer.
Chicago Weather: Scattered Showers, StormsCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Woman Hoping To Return To Work Finds Salon Looted, Likely Unable To ReopenFelice had just started a new job in March, then the pandemic hit. Since then, she hasn't been able to get her unemployment approved.
Chase In Munster, Indiana Ends With Officer Shooting Into Vehicle In ChicagoA police chase in Munster, Indiana ended with an officer firing into a vehicle in Chicago. 
Crews Battling Building Fire In BronzevilleThe fire broke out at 47th Street and Prairie Avenue. Heavy smoke was seen pouring from the building. 
What You Need To Know If Your Unemployment Benefits Are Running Out, ExpiredOne viewer told CBS 2's Audrina Bigos that her benefits ran out in April and she still can't get through to the Illinois Department of Employment security to try and extend.
Volunteers Step In To Help After Bronzeville Business Is LootedCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas found a family-owned business being uplifted by volunteers.
Naperville Orders Overnight Curfew Late Monday After Looting, ViolenceAs police in the western suburb enforced the curfew starting at 9 p.m. Monday, witnesses say the violence and vandalism started.
Weekend Of Violent Unrest Brought About Alarming Number Of Shootings In Chicago, Many DeadlyIt was an incredible weekend of violence this past weekend for the City of Chicago.

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