In two days Chicago teachers could go on strike if a contract agreement doesn't fall into place. Families and supporters plan to rally Tuesday for teachers at city hall. 

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Pieces Of Metal, Car Parts, And Other Debris On Expressways -- How Is IDOT Handling It?Pieces of metal and broken car parts are seen sitting on the side of busy Chicago highways.
Motorcyclist Killed In Crash In Humboldt ParkPolice are investigating a deadly crash overnight involving a motorcyclist in Humboldt Park. 
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Shots Fired At Delivery Driver's Car Near Irving ParkShots were fired at a man's car while he was on his way to deliver food just after midnight. 
Many Schools Surveying Parents On Preference Between In-Person And Online InstructionParents are already getting questionnaires from their school districts asking if they'd like to do e-learning full time or part time in the fall.
3 In Custody, Suspected Of Causing Crash On Lake Shore Drive To Rob Victims At GunpointThree people are in custody after a car crash on Lake Shore Drive ended with an armed robbery early Tuesday morning. 
In Age Of COVID-19, Attorney Gets Creative And Holds Deposition In His BackyardLegal proceedings usually mean people in a stuffy room with blazers and suit jackets, but thanks to COVID-19, one lawyer is rethinking that.
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Gary, Indiana Schools To Announce Reopening PlansOn Monday, Gary schools in Northwest Indiana will announce their plan to get kids back to school in the fall. 
At Least 64 Shot So Far In Chicago Weekend Shootings, Including 9 DeathsAt least 64 people had been shot in Chicago this weekend as of 5 a.m. Monday, and 11 of those people died.
Woman Shot While Riding In SUV On Dan Ryan Expressway; Lanes ClosedIllinois State Police said the shooting took place around 3 a.m. in the southbound lanes between 51st and 57th streets.
First Openly Transgender Military Recruit, Still Struggling To Get Coverage For Gender Assignment SurgeryCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory details a campaign for insurance coverage.
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Storms Clear Leaving A Sunny Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the forecast.
Break From Extreme Heat; Thunderstorms Possible Friday MorningCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest forecast.
Chicago Riverwalk Returns To Regular Operating Hours FridayChicago's Riverwalk is going back to pre-pandemic hours starting Friday morning. 
6-Year-Old Woman Killed In Shooting In Roseland Neighborhood26-year-old woman was killed in a shooting in the Roseland neighborhood. 
Woman Dead After Falling Onto Brown Line TracksA woman died after falling onto Brown Line tracks early Friday morning. 
Man Fatally Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In LawndaleA man was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver in the Lawndale neighborhood early Friday morning. 
Man Not Pleased After His Windshield Was Cracked By Flying Piece Of Metal As He Drove Along Kennedy Expressway Near DowntownA man was driving up Interstate 90/94 when whack! A piece of metal cracked his windshield.
Car Involved In Shooting Slams Into Building In River NorthA shooting and chase ended with a car striking a building in the River North neighborhood just before 3 a.m. Friday.
U.S. Census Questionnaires Provide Unique Challenges For The Disabled, But Don't Ask About Specific DisabilitiesCensus takers finally will begin knocking on doors in certain parts of the U.S. next week, after months-long delays because of the pandemic.

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