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Lincoln Park Zoo Reopens FridayIt's a great day to get outside and enjoy a day at the zoo.
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Youth Shelter Harbour House In Danger Of Closing After Pandemic Slowed FundraisingThe pandemic has made it tough for some struggling teens to connect with support programs, because schools and libraries tend to be the places they find information about resources.
Women's History Month: Northwest Suburban Woman Dedicated To Connecting Kids In Foster Care With FamiliesCBS 2 is celebrating Women's History Month and we're introducing you to a northwest suburban woman who works tirelessly to get kids in foster care placed with loving families.
Organizer Planning To Go Ahead With Concert In Valparaiso, Indiana This Summer, With Some COVID PrecautionsJamming to live music may feel like ancient history, but tickets just went on sale Friday for one summer show in Northwest Indiana.
Temperatures Climbing; Sunny Skies AheadFridays temperatures will be near 45 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
1 Dead, 2 Injured In I-57 Expressway Shooting Near 119th StreetA man died and two other people were injured during in a shooting on I-57 Friday morning.
2 Killed In High-Speed Crash On Southwest SidePolice said an 86-year-old man was driving northbound on the 8300 block of South Pulaski Road when a 25-year-old women in an SUV crashed into him.
Seniors Can Schedule COVID Vaccine Appointments At The United Center Beginning ThursdaySenior citizens in Chicago and in Illinois will exclusively be able to schedule their COVID vaccine appointments at the United Center starting Thursday morning.
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Residents Furious After Dumpsters Are Hauled Off At Low-Income Housing Complex, Not Returned For DaysA private trash company hauled away the dumpsters from a low-income housing complex this past Friday, and no one provided any replacements until this week.
Bourbonnais Elementary Teachers Going On Strike Thursday MorningThe teachers union made the announcement right before midnight.
More Cicero Families Come Forward As They Wait For Answers In Cold Case MurdersDespite an arrest warrant, John and Michael Fields’ killer is still on the loose.
Cooler Thursday; Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
United Clinic At O'Hare Airport Opening As COVID-19 Vaccination Site ThursdayStarting Thursday, O'Hare Airport will be used as a mass vaccination site for United Airlines employees. 
St. Baldrick's Foundation Participant Shaves Head For 12th Year In A Row To 'Conquer Childhood Cancer' Holly Jo Johnson started the tradition of shaving her head after her 9-year-old neighbor was diagnosed with Leukemia. "I shaved my head to let her know she was not alone," Johnson said. She signed up for the St. Baldrick's Foundation and has been participating ever since. 
She Bought A Wedding Ring For Her Husband In November; The Post Office Still Hasn't Delivered ItThe shortcomings of the U.S. Postal Service are now hitting a suburban couple where it hurts: on the ring finger.
Two Toddlers Found Walking Outside Alone In South ShoreTwo toddlers were found walking outside alone in the South Shore neighborhood overnight. 
Third Man Claims He Was Sexually Abused By Fr. Michael Pfleger Over 40 Years AgoThe third man said he was 18 when his alleged incident with Pfleger occurred, but he said he came forward after hearing the brothers' claims.
After Their Cruise Was Canceled Twice - Due To Hurricane Dorian Then COVID - Royal Caribbean Won't Give Family A RefundA year ago this week, thousands of cruise ship passengers were stranded off the coast of California; kept on a boat as COVID-19 spread, in an attempt to keep the virus out of the United States.
Warmup In EffectCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
City Crews Removing Dibs Markers From Chicago StreetsIf you've been using a folding chair, laundry basket, or some other household object to claim "dibs" on a parking spot in Chicago after all that snow we got last month, time's up. The city will begin removing "dibs" markers from the streets on Tuesday.
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Quadriplegic In Highland Park Wants Neighbors To Swap Parking Spaces To Fit His Wheelchair-Accessible Van, But They Won't Do ItHe wants them to swap parking spots so that he has enough space for his wheelchair-accessible van in the garage.

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