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Walgreens, State Farm Among Companies With Most Chicago Job Postings On IndeedAs job losses continue to pile up during this pandemic, CBS 2 is Working For Chicago, providing information and resources you need to bounce back.
Walgreens, Advocate Health Care Among Companies With Most Chicago Job Postings On IndeedAs job losses continue to pile up during this pandemic, CBS 2 is Working For Chicago, providing information and resources you need to bounce back.
24-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot While Sitting In Car In Fuller ParkA 24-year-old man was fatally shot while sitting in a car in the Fuller Park neighborhood Friday morning.
Wisconsin Back On Chicago's Emergency Travel Order FridayWisconsin was among the five states that will be added to the list on Friday, after their average COVID-19 caseload rose to more than 15 new cases per 100,000 residents over a seven-day period.
Glenbrook North Senior, Deerfield Police Officer To Be Honored For Alerting Train Before Potentially Deadly Collision With SUVNext week, a suburban teen and a police officer will get national recognition for their quick thinking against an oncoming train.
Shots Fired At Car In Likely Incident Of Mistaken Identity In Old Irving ParkA car owner found his car riddled with bullets in the Old Irving Park neighborhood. 
Families Fear For Relatives' Health Amid Long-Term Isolation At Nursing Homes; 'We're Willing To Do Anything'Seniors in nursing homes are on month six of being unable to have regular contact with family and friends, and their loved ones are concerned about the toll this isolation is taking on their health.
Warm Weekend AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Protesters March From St. Sabina Church To Voice Dissatisfaction With Breonna Taylor Grand Jury DecisionProtesters gathered in front of St. Sabina Church and went on to shut down busy 79th Street in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood Wednesday, in reaction to a grand jury decision on the police officers involved in the shooting that killed Breonna Taylor in Louisville.
Car Crashes Into House In ParkviewThe car hit a pole and a fence, before crashing into the home.
Career Coach: Job Search LengthCBS 2 is Working For Chicago and working with a career coach every week to bring you advice about looking for and landing a job.
Illinois Unemployment Mistakes Stretch Beyond State Lines; Pennsylvania Man Got Benefits He Never Asked ForCBS 2 is once again Working For Chicago, turning our attention to rampant fraud that's ravaged our state's unemployment program.
Surge In Illegal Drugs And COVID-19 Counterfeits During Pandemic ShipmentsCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey got an exclusive look at the loot, how they’re finding the fakes, and why the pandemic is fueling the surge.
An Inside Look At The Chicago Police Looting Task ForceLooters ransacked stores across Chicago for a second time 45 days ago, and since then, police have tirelessly poured over hours of video looking for evidence to catch the crooks.
Temperatures ClimbingCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Officer Rescues 14-Year-Old From Burning Home In LisleOfficer Bill Wise, a 21-year veteran of the Lisle police department, was nearby and as soon as he arrived, he learned a 14-year-old boy was trapped.
DePaul Student Running Car Detailing Service Amid PandemicYianni, a business major, is taking remote classes at DePaul University this semester. But when time allows, he's also running a business offering at-home automotive detailing in the northwest suburbs.
Young Stroke Victim Needs Home Nurse, But Insurance Stopped Paying For OneHe's been fighting to stay alive for nearly a decade, but after years of intensive nursing care, Patrick Stein's insurance company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, is taking it all away. His doctor warns it's a move he might not survive. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey is asking why.
Officer Rescues 14-Year-Old From Burning Home In LisleA police officer in suburban Lisle saved a 14-year-old boy from a burning home Tuesday night.
Alderman, Park District Seek Safety Improvements On The 606 After Multiple Incidents Of Cars Driving On TrailThe Chicago Park District is exploring new safety options on The 606 Trail, after several incidents involving cars getting onto the popular jogging and cycling path this year, including when multiple people had to dodge a pickup truck zipping down the trail last week.
Man's Burned Body Found Near House In FernwoodA man's badly burned body was found near a house in the Fernwood neighborhood Tuesday night.
More SunshineCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Among Sites Providing Voting Resources For National Voter Registration DayTuesday is National Voter Registration Day and social media sites are providing the resources you need to prepare for Election Day. 
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Among Sites Providing Voting Resources For National Voter Registration DayTuesday is National Voter Registration Day and social media sites are providing the resources you need to prepare for Election Day. 

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