As 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. 

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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.
Chicago Weather: Near-Record Warmth; Evening Storms PossibleCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Make Yourself Stand Out During The Job SearchWith so many people out of work and hundreds all wrestling for the same job openings, how can you make yourself stand out?
Child Care Concerns Grow As School Year Ends; Here's A Benefit Parents Should KnowAs the school year ends and summers begins, parents who usually rely on summer programs or daycares are scrambling to find childcare.
Crews Responding To Large Fire At Dollar Tree Near Calumet HeightsCrews are responding to a fire at a Dollar Tree near Calumet Heights and Jeffrey Manor. 
Looter's Break Into Stores, Shopping Center On Chicago's South SideA pool, boxes and even a sofa were seen on the streets as looters fled from businesses.
Illinois Shuts Down All Community-Based, State-Run COVID-19 Testing Sites MondayThe decision affects locations that provide free coronavirus tests across the state.
Liquor Store Set On Fire In West Englewood As Riots Continued OvernightA fire was set at a liquor store overnight in the West Englewood neighborhood as riots continued. 
Boxes Litter Ground In Jefferson Park After Night Of LootingChicago had a long night of looting across the city, including the Jefferson Park neighborhood. 
Staging Area Set Up For Law Enforcement, National Guard At Guaranteed Rate FieldOfficials said 375 members of the Illinois National Guard are in the city and ready to help Chicago Monday morning. 
Chicago Weather: Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
As Business Prepare To Open Friday, Safety Remains A Priority For OwnersMore and more businesses will be opening throughout the day Friday as Illinois enters Phase 3. 
CPD Will No Longer Use Force To Disperse Large CrowdsChicago police officers have been ordered to "no longer use force to disperse large gatherings," as tensions mount over the months-long stay-at-home order, and protests continue nationwide over the death of George Floyd.

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