If 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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Wrong Vaccine Accidentally Administered At Mariano's In AuroraA Mariano's in west suburban Aurora is apologizing to customers who were mistakenly given the wrong COVID-19 vaccine at the store's pharmacy.
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9 Rogers Park Businesses Giving Out Free Seed Packets For Earth DayIf you want to celebrate Earth Day Thursday with a garden of your own, nine businesses in Rogers Park will be giving out free seed packets.
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Coming To Old Town ThursdayA vaccination clinic is coming to Old Town Thursday.
Police Investigating 2 Fatal Shooting Incidents In West Pullman Less Than A Mile ApartChicago police are investigating two fatal shooting incidents that took place about a mile from each other in the West Pullman neighborhood. 
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As Some Summer Camps Prepare To Return, What Changes Could Kids See With Pandemic Not Yet Behind Us?What's new at summer camp this year? For example at the YMCA, more kids will be allowed and swimming is back.
Happy National Kindergarten DayCBS 2 wants to give a special shoutout to all the Kindergarten teachers!
New Green Gym In Northbrook, Aiming To Generate More Electricity With Solar Panels Than It Uses For PowerEnvironmental stewardship; something a suburban park district took to heart and the taxpayers. Northbrook recently finished a nearly $18 million workout facility.
Illinois Leaders, Residents React To Conviction Of Derek ChauvinIt was a quiet night in Chicago after the the conviction of fired Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd was announced Tuesday.
Chicago's City Council Will Meet In-Person Wednesday For First Time In Over A YearMayor Lori Lightfoot will preside over sessions from inside the council chambers. Aldermen do still have the option to attend remotely, if they so choose.
Another Cold Day With Rain, Snow Chances; Big Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
South Side Couple Hoping For Refund After Paying $2,000 For Credit Repair, But Seeing No Change In Credit ScoreA South Side couple said they paid thousands for credit repair, but the Chicago financial expert they hired didn't fix anything.
Chicago Academy For The Arts Expands Limits Of Virtual Stage Theatre With Green ScreensThe Chicago Academy for the Arts, 1010 W. Chicago Ave., has got the lights, the camera, and the action – but we're not talking about a film crew. The camera is there because COVID-19 still has the audience watching virtually, but the action is happening in person.
Lawyers, Community Leaders Calling On Department Of Justice To Investigate Death Of Adam ToledoLatinx lawyers and community leaders want the Department of Justice to look into the death of Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a police officer.
Gov. Pritzker Activates National Guard To Assist Chicago Police Ahead Of Derek Chauvin Trial VerdictGov. JB Pritzker has activated 125 personnel from the Illinois National Guard to support the Chicago Police Department, with a verdict soon expected in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
Winter Conditions Return; Rain, Snow PossibleCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
As Wedding Season Ramps Up, Vendors Seek To Improve Inclusivity, Pledge To Do Better After Racial UnrestWedding season is slowly ramping up again. Of course, the pandemic's made it a difficult year for the industry, and now many vendors are working hard to tackle another issue: inclusivity.
College Student Still Searching For A Summer Job? Some Big Companies Are Paying Top Dollar For InternshipsCBS 2 is Working for Chicago and providing you with helpful employment updates. If you’re on the hunt for a summer internship that pays top-dollar, Morning Insider Lauren Victory has details on which companies are shelling out the most money.
With Demand Up During Pandemic, Palatine-Based Nonprofit That Helps Homeless Needs Help Itself As It Works To ExpandA nonprofit that helps the homeless is racking up huge bills every week as they pay for clients to stay in hotels.
Chicago Enters Phase 2; Everyone 16 + Now Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineThe city is now in Phase 2 of vaccinations and United Center is one of at least 14 places you can try to book an appointment. For those who are 16 or 17 years old, there's extra challenge in booking an appointment.
Man Killed, Another Man Injured In Drive-By Shooting In Austin NeighborhoodPolice said the victims were standing on the sidewalk near Madison Street and Lavergne Avenue when someone drove by in a silver car and started shooting.
Fire In Sauk Village Leaves 1 Woman Dead, Firefighter InjuredA woman died in a house fire in south suburban Sauk Village Sunday night. 

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