What Makes American Made Masks More Trustworthy Than Others?CBS 2 is Working for Chicago and finding companies working to protect you during this pandemic, so the Morning Insiders went inside northwest suburban manufacturer MOSS to see what makes American made masks more trustworthy.
Former DCFS Worker Andrew Polovin Expected In Court Thursday For Charges Linked To A.J. Freund CaseOne of the two former DCFS workers accused of failing to protect 5-year-old. A.J. Freund is expected in court Thursday.
Woman Shot While Sitting In Living Room Of Princeton Park HomeA woman was shot while sitting in her living room in Princeton Park early Thursday morning. 
More Than 40,000 High Schoolers Taking ACT Exam This Weekend; Many Crossing Fingers Their Test Isn't Canceled AgainIn about 48 hours, hundreds if not thousands of Illinois and Indiana high schooler students will take their ACT exams; if the college entrance tests go off without a hitch.
Cool Down In EffectCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Big Ten Football To Resume Starting Weekend Of Oct. 23-24There will be a Big Ten football season this fall beginning in October, as officials announced a reversal in their decision to cancel the season. Katie Johnston reports.
Western Illinois University Campus Closed Wednesday After Student Shot By RoommateWestern Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois will be closed Wednesday after a student was shot by his roommate Tuesday. 
Mass Shooting Leaves 5 Injured In Albany ParkTwo teenagers were among the five people injured after a mass shooting in the Albany Park neighborhood Tuesday night.
CPD Officer Hit By Car In Logan Square; Driver ArrestedPolice said the driver drove through a barrier in the 2100 block of North Central Avenue, hitting the officer. 
A State Order To Prevent Homelessness Is Causing It For SomeA young mother’s dream to provide a home for her daughter was crushed by COVID-19, and they have been left homeless.
Police Searching For Truck Driver Who Hit Woman Sitting At Bus Stop In The South LoopAccording to police, a 61-year-old woman was sitting in a bus stop booth, in the 1100 block of South Michigan Avenue, when she was struck by a red pick-up truck around 11:45 p.m.
Bubba Gump Shrimp To Be Replaced When Navy Pier Reopens; Riva Crabhouse Locked Out In Dispute Over RentBubba Gump Shrimp is a household name that started as a fictional company in the film Forrest Gump, but the real deal has served shrimp at Navy Pier for more than 20 years.
Warm Today; Cool Down AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Metra Expects $682 Million Combined Shortfall In 2020 And 2021Metra is painting a grim financial picture for the rest of 2020 and 2021, as many downtown offices keep people working from home, and many schools stick with remote learning for the start of the school year. Katie Johnston reports.
As List Of States Covered By Chicago's Quarantine Order Shifts Every Week, How Can Travelers Plan Trips Out Of State?The Chicago Department of Public Health will update the list of states covered by the city’s emergency travel order on Tuesday.
Lottery Tickets Stolen From Martin's Supermarket In Portage Park During Break InLottery tickets were stolen during a break in at Martin's Supermarket in Portage Park. 
A Look Inside A Supervised Remote Learning Center In ChicagoKids in the program will go about their respective school days remotely in classrooms under the supervision of JCC staff members. 
6 Injured In Hire-Rise Fire In The Loop Near Maggie Daley ParkThe fire started on the 32nd floor and it appears to be electrical in nature, but the cause is unknown. 
Temperatures ClimbingCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Woman Dead, Man In Critical Condition After Shots Fired Into Parked Car In Garfield ParkA woman died and a man is in critical condition after shots were fired into their parked car Sunday night in Garfield Park. 
Amazon Hosting Virtual Career Day WednesdayAmazon is hosting a virtual career day on Wednesday.
CBS 2's Irika Sargent To Read Stories On 'Live From The Library' Monday MorningIrika Sargent will read stories on "Live From the Library" through the Chicago Public Library at 10 a.m.
Crews Respond To Fire At Daycare Near University VillageCrews responded to a fire that broke out at a daycare center near University Village on Chicago's West Side early Monday morning.
Driver Injured In Shooting On I-88 Near NapervilleIllinois State Police said a woman was driving westbound on I-88 when someone in another car pulled up next to her and fired shots into her car. 

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