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Puerto Rico Added To Chicago's COVID-19 Travel Quarantine OrderChicago Department of Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady announces Puerto Rico being added to the city's emergency travel order, requiring people to self-quarantine for 14 days when arriving in Chicago from COVID-19 hot spots.
Big Star In Wicker Park Closes After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Big Star in Wicker Park was forced to close after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
Divvy Rider Hit By CTA Train Near RavenswoodAccording to police, the 31-year-old man was riding a Divvy bike around the gates of the tracks when his bike was clipped in the rear tire by the train. 
Despite Months Of Complaints From Neighbors, Late Night Parties Continue In Bronzeville Near 41st Street Lake Shore Drive BridgeLoud music, drinking, smoking and large gatherings -- it's not what you want in a residential neighborhood, but it's what homeowners in part of Bronzeville are getting, despite repeated complaints to the city and police.
Divers Call Off Search In Lake Michigan For Teen Missing Near Diversey HarborPolice and Fire department divers searched late Monday afternoon for a missing person in Lake Michigan near Diversey Harbor, but ended up calling off the search because conditions were just too dangerous.
His Mustang Was Seized After A Drug Arrest; The Charges Were Dropped, But He Still Can't Get His Car BackWhy didn't Cicero's department of towing release Arteze Smith's car when he showed up with not one, but two court orders?
Below-Average Temperatures LingerCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
CTU Organizing Car Caravan, Demands Remote Learning For CPS In The FallMore than 20 community groups are forming a car caravan to urge the city to put safety first when it comes to this fall's education plan. 
Police Trying To Identify Vehicle That Struck 11-Year-Old Girl In Rogers ParkPolice released photos of the vehicle responsible for hitting an 11-year-old girl in Rogers Park on July 15.
2 Months After Looting And Unrest, Many Chicago Businesses Still Need Help RebuildingCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas learned some businesses are now hearing back from the city on whether they will get help rebuilding.
Drive-Thru Job Fair Is Coming To Joliet TuesdayA drive-thru job fair is coming to Joliet. 
Reward Reaches $4,000 And Counting For Information Leading To Arrest In Murder Of 9-Year-Old Janari RicksCBS 2 has learned the reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible is at $4,000 and counting.
Baby Boomers' Consumer Habits Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Could Have Lasting ChangesCBS 2’s Lauren Victory looked at a particular consumer group commanding changes that could last long after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rain Lingers, Cooler Temps ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Cooler Temperatures, Rain Chances AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
Senate Stalls On Extending Jobless Insurance; $600 Weekly Benefit ExpiresCongress has taken off for the weekend without extending the weekly $600 jobless benefits that would help millions of workers who are struggling during the pandemic.
Police Searching For Driver After Hit-And-Run In The LoopPolice are searching for the hit-and-run driver responsible for a crash that injured one person in The Loop.
Three CPD Officers Wounded In Shootout With Carjacking Suspect At Grand Central District StationA handcuffed carjacking suspect opened fire on Chicago police officers when they opened the doors of a police wagon outside a Northwest Side police station Thursday morning, wounding three officers, one of them critically.
City Keeps Turning Down Bronzeville Residents' Bids To Buy And Spruce Up Vacant Lots On Their BlockRats and riff-raff; a couple in Bronzeville has had enough of abandoned areas in their neighborhood, and want to pay to make a change.
Christopher Columbus Statue Removed From South ChicagoThe last statue was removed from the South Chicago neighborhood located at 92nd Street and Exchange Avenue.
Cooler Temperatures; Rain Chances Ahead This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the forecast.
Ald. Raymond Lopez Reports Third Attack In Month; Brick Thrown Through Office WindowIn the past month, his office and home have been attacked, and he claims gangs are trying to intimidate him. 
Pre-Trial Status Hearing Set For AJ Freund's Father ThursdayAttorney's For AJ Freund's father will be in court Thursday. 
Zoom Limitations Have Denied Teacher, CPS Community Members Access To Public MeetingsA Taft High School teacher and several other Chicago Public Schools community members were denied access to public meetings this month because of Zoom limitations.

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