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Career Coach: Job Search FatigueThrough this job crisis, CBS 2 is Working  For Chicago and working with a career coach every week to bring you advice about looking for and landing a job.
Waukegan Residents Plan March To Police Station After Officer Fatally Shoots Man, Injures WomanResidents of Waukegan will march to the police station after an officer fatally shot a man and injured a woman.
Plane Slides Off Runway, Hits Fence At Chicago Executive Airport In WheelingA plane slid off the runway overnight at the Chicago Executive Airport in northwest suburban Wheeling.
Flooding From Overnight Rain Causes Slick Road Conditions For DriversA car became submerged in water after due to flooding caused by the overnight rain.
BellyMelly, Online Ordering Platform, Offers Restaurants Cheaper Alternative To Rivals, And Nearly Contactless Dine-In OptionCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside the fight to make BellyMelly a household name.
Unusually Warm Temperatures ThursdayOvernight storms and showers will linger into the early morning hours, but it's going to be an unusually warm day. 
Frankfort Pilot Dies After Small Plane Crashes Along Route 394 In Ford HeightsThe pilot, identified as 70-year-old Lawrence Jagmin from Frankfort, later died at the hospital, Illinois State Police confirmed Wednesday.
3 People Injured In 3 Paint Ball Gun Attacks Across The City OvernightChicago police are investigating three separate incidents where people were shot with paintball guns.
Man Who Held Police In Standoff At Trump Tower Located After Escaping From AmbulanceA man who sent hours dangling from a landing on Trump Tower in a standoff with police earlier this week, then escaped from a private ambulance downtown, has been located, police said.
2 Local Veterans Collaborate On Educational Turtle Book For KidsTwo marines who became friends decided to collaborate and create an educational book on turtles for kids.
Northwest Side Ald. Gilbert Villegas Proposes Ordinances To Stick It To Predatory TowingAs CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Wednesday, a Northwest Side alderman now wants to stop drivers from being ripped off once and for all.
3 People Injured In 3 Paint Ball Gun Attacks Across The CityChicago police are investigating three separate incidents where people were shot with paintball guns within a few hours.
Records Show More Than Half Of Lots With Weed Complaints Are City-Owned, But Are Data Accurate?The CBS 2 Morning Insiders are staying on the case of ugly abandoned properties in Chicago.
Temperatures Climbing; Rain, Thunderstorms AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tammi Souza has the forecast.
24-Year-Old Shot In Head, Found In SUV In Back Of The YardsA 24-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds to his head in the Back of the Yards neighborhood early Tuesday morning.
2 Women Dead After Crash In Logan SquareThe women were driving on Fullerton Avenue near Rockwell Street when their car crashed into another car just before 10:30 p.m.
Medical Privacy Laws Leave Employers Walking Fine Line To Protect Workers From COVID-19It’s a complaint that comes into our newsroom often; many viewers feel their bosses aren’t being transparent enough about COVID-19 in the workplace.
Report: CPS Preparing To Resume Winter Sports In NovemberChicago Public Schools plan to resume winter sports next month.
With Corporate Parties Canceled Due To COVID-19, A Casino-Themed Party Company StrugglesYour corporate party may be canceled this year, as companies steer away from holiday events due to COVID-19 concerns.
Warming Trend AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.
Voting Super Site For Suburban Cook County Now Open At Union StationA voting super site opened Monday for suburban Cook County voters at Union Station in The Loop.
U.S. Postal Service Hiring For Positions At The Chicago International Military Service CenterCBS 2 is Working For Chicago and finding you new job opportunities right now.
Al's Shoe Service In Mount Prospect Expands Cross Sales To Keychains, Bracelets To Keep Business AliveAl’s Shoe Service, the family owned business in Mount Prospect, found a faithful new path to keep going after being in jeopardy of closing after 83 years in business. 
Chicago Reacts To Decision At Federal Level To End Census EarlyCOVID-19, civil unrest, wildfires, and hurricanes -- all threw a wrench into U.S. Census Breau plans, but 2020 was not done yet.

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