Chicago police said just before midnight, a 62-year-old man was on the Blue Line near Jackson, when he accidentally bumped into a 50-year-old woman.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Reopening Guidelines For Phase 3As the city of Chicago prepares to move to the next phase of reopening the economy sometime in early June, Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office has announced guidelines for restaurants, child care, retailers, and other businesses. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Chicago Weather: Storms Approaching Chicago AreaCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Flooding Turns Hoffman Estates Park Into A Fishing PondA neighborhood park in Hoffman Estates has turned into a large fishing pond. 
'Paradise 4 Paws' Offering Daycare, Overnight Stays For PetsTogether, they've been able to save 38 animals so far.
8 People Displaced After Fire In EnglewoodA fire broke out in the 7200 block of South Carpenter Street shortly after 5 p.m. at a two-story building.
CBS 2's Irika Sargent Co-Hosting 'The Talk' On CBS WednesdayA familiar face will join "The Talk" on Wednesday.
5-Year-Old Girl, 2 Teens Injured In Shooting Outside South Side Public Housing ComplexA 5-year-old and two teens were injured when shots were fired outside Chicago's Wentworth Gardens Public Housing Complex Tuesday night.
Employers Could Mandate Heath Checks As Businesses Open, Attorney SaysCBS 2 is looked into the legal do's and don'ts of returning to work in the wake of COVID-19 as businesses gradually begin to reopen in Illinois. 
As Contact Tracing Efforts Ramp Up, So Do Training Courses For Those Seeking Jobs In The IndustryCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas is working to see what it's all about, so he took the course as well.
Food Pantries See Surge In Demand As Pandemic Hammers EconomyCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside a church filled with people looking for produce, not prayer.
Heat, Humidity Continue; Storms Approaching AreaCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
City Ramping Up Contact Tracing Efforts; Free Online Contact Tracing Course AvailableOn Tuesday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot will lay out the city's plan to ramp up contact tracing efforts for COVID-19 cases in Chicago.
Jobs Lost During Pandemic May Not Come Back; Here Are Companies Hiring In Chicago Area, SuburbsBut for every 10 layoffs, three new jobs are created. CBS 2 is still tracking new openings in the Chicago area.
Police Investigating Shooting On Bishop Ford; Lanes Closed Near Dolton AvenuePolice are investigating a possible shooting incident.
Dental Hygienists Say They're Worried About COVID-19 ExposureOne hygienist told CBS 2 she is worried about cleanings leading to the spread of COVID-19 as offices reopen.
Chicago Police Continue Breaking Up Large Gatherings Around The CityHundreds of people were gathered near 79th and Drexel Monday night. Video posted on Snapchat showed the large crowd and then the police lights as officers arrived. 
Stay-At-Home Order Presents New Challenges For Children With Special NeedsThe stay-at-home order is hard on everyone, but for families who have children with special needs, quarantine presents special challenges.
Startups Work To Pivot To Pickup And Delivery Amid Coronavirus PandemicOn Tuesday morning, CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas showed us some of the unique ways some startups are restarting.
Warm, Clear Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Screen Time For Kids Increases Amid Stay-At-Home OrderDuring the stay at home order, finding balance is difficult, especially for parents who are working full time jobs at home while taking care of their kids.
Local Non-Profit Supports Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Raising Money To Give Back To NursesA local non-profit that supports pediatric brain tumor research, shifted gears, to say thank you to frontline workers.
Shots Fired From Crowd As Police Break Up Gathering In GreshamShots were fired while police tried to break up a crowd in the Gresham neighborhood. 
Divvy Hiring 200 Workers For SummerMorning Insider Tim McNicholas is highlighting another local business Working For Chicago.
Road Tests For Driver's Licenses Could Look Different In IllinoisTaking a road test in Illinois for your driver's license could look quite different when Secretary of State Offices reopen.

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