Englewood Nonprofits Holding Virtual Job FairiSign up Wednesday and download the Zoom app to be a part of the hiring process, which will be held Thursday from noon until 2:30 p.m.
SWAT Team Called For Shooting Suspect Barricaded In Aurora Home; Nearby Homes EvacuatedA SWAT team is responding to a home in Aurora where a shooting suspect has barricaded himself.
2 People Charged With DUIs Following 2 Crashes On The Dan Ryan ExpresswayTwo people were arrested following a chain of related crashes on the Dan Ryan this past weekend, which all left one person dead.
Woman Tries To Arrange Free COVID-19 Tests At Senior Apartment Complex, Management StallsCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas finds out why Senior Suites of Central Station stalled for so long.
March Planned As CPS Board Votes On $33 Million Contract Between CPS, CPDAmid ongoing protests against police brutality, the fight to keep officers out of public schools continues. 
With Few Pools Open In Illinois, Swimmers Adjust To Restrictions, Await Phase 4 GuidanceCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory shows us what swimming looks like during a pandemic at one of the only public pools operating in the Chicago area.
Scattered Showers Continue; Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Chicago's Lakefront Trail ReopensAfter being closed for months, Chicago's lakefront trail is now open.
Storms Leave Trail Of Damage, Power Out For 2,000 In IndianaMonday night's storms left a trail of damage as well as many Indiana residents without power. 
City Launching 4 Mobile COVID-19 Testing SitesThe city is launching four new mobile COVID-19 testing sites. 
Grandma Says She Was Left With Slippery Floors As Sedgwick Claims Failed To Process Repair ClaimA Chicago grandmother said she is afraid of slipping on her own kitchen floor after a faulty home repair.
'My New Mask': Mundelein Park District Manager Writes Pandemic Book For KidsA marketing manager at the Mundelein Park District is now an author.
Years After AT&T Installed Utility Box In His Back Yard, Homeowner Still Getting The Runaround In Bid To Move ItTelecom giant, AT&T, has sent homeowner Jason Tripoli on a wild goose chase, after installing a large utility box on his property, blocking the spot where he wanted to build a garage.
Chicago Weather: Isolated Showers Possible TuesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
CTA Giving Away 'Travel Healthy' Kits To RidersThe first batch will be passed out Tuesday 8 to 10 a.m. at the Red Line's 95th stop, the Pink Line's Polk station and at Clark and Lake.
Woman Stabbed During Fight In Swissotel LobbyAccording to police, a 30-year-old woman suffered lacerations to her head, arms as well as multiple puncture wounds to the back.
15-Year-Old Boy Dead, 16-Year-Old Boy Injured After Shooting In West Garfield ParkOne teen died and another was injured in a shooting early Monday morning in the West Garfield Park neighborhood.
Lakefront, 606 Trails Reopen Monday; Beaches, Parks Still ClosedThe lakefront trail will open east of Lake Shore Drive everyday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. However, beaches and parks will still remain closed.
Glassdoor Reports Uptick In Chicago Job OpportunitiesGlassdoor has seen an uptick of job opportunities in Chicago with several companies looking for multiple positions.
University Of Chicago Medicine Leading The Way For Elective Surgery Scheduling ProceduresNow that elective surgeries are being preformed in Illinois, the University of Chicago is leading the way for how those procedures are being scheduled.
Lake County, Illinois Clerk Authorizes Judges To Perform Weddings Via ZoomStarting Monday, Lake County, Illinois officials will have judges available for weddings via Zoom. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas showed us how it works.
16-Year-Old Girl Among 5 People Shot In Drive-By Shooting East Garfield ParkA 16-year-old girl was among five people injured in a drive-by shooting in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. 
Rear Window Of SUV Shot Out On Kennedy ExpresswayShots were fired on the inbound Kennedy Expressway.
Senior Living Center Begins Offering More Activities For Residents As Illinois Opens Back UpThe state of Illinois is slowly starting to open back up, and that means fewer restrictions even for the most vulnerable people.

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