Temperature Drop Ahead This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Center For COVID Control Temporarily Shuts Down After Numerous ComplaintsOne of the nation's largest COVID-19 testing companies, with nearly 50 locations in the Chicago area, announced it's  closing down all its sites for a week.
Shedd Aquarium Offering Free Entrance For Illinois Residents Through Monday Illinois residents can visit the Shedd Aquarium for free through Monday. The visit is free, but there is a $3 fee for online orders. 
Evanston Repair Café Means Business When They Say ‘Never Take Broken For An Answer’What if we told you that there’s a place for your broken things that isn't your trash can? A group of volunteers is asking you to bring it to them instead.
South Side Pastor Thinks Outside The Box To Increase COVID-19 Vaccination RatesGift cards, sweatshirts, and free rides to this church and back are all among the rewards in Pastor Rogers' offer to anyone who gets vaccinated at his church’s clinic this Friday.
3 Men Steal ATM From Convenience Store In Edgewater BeachPolice said the offenders broke the front glass door of the store, in the 5700 block of North Sheridan Road, around 3:45 a.m. After taking the ATM, the men left the scene.
Another Mild Day; Flurries, Snow Showers PossibleCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Nurses Holding Day Of Action ThursdaySome Chicago nurses say they will unite Thursday for a day of action to keep them, and you, safe in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Water Main Break Leaves Streets Flooded In Grand CrossingThe water main was fixed and CBS 2 was told, Thursday morning, crews are working to fill the area with gravel. 
HelloBaby, West Woodlawn Nonprofit Children's Play Center, Makes Difficult Decision To Shut Down Due To COVID-19A South Side nonprofit made the tough choice to shut down its children’s center this week, leaving many families disappointed.
Milder TemperaturesCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the latest forecast.
Chicago Boat Show Won't Be Sailing Into McCormick Place This Year, Thanks To COVID And Supply Chain IssuesThe show must go on. Whoever coined that phrase must not have known about supply chain issues and COVID-19, because today should be the start of the Chicago Boat Show, but as Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us, McCormick Place will be quiet.
Police Investigating String Of Overnight BurglariesPolice are investigating three burglaries that were reported within an hour overnight. 
CPS Students Returning To Classrooms WednesdayAfter five days of no in-person classes, students are returning to the classrooms Wednesday.  CTU is expected to finalize an agreement with the city Wednesday.
5 People Displaced By House Fire In Auburn GreshamChicago firefighters battled a house fire in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood Wednesday morning. 
City Keeps Using Taxpayer Money To Fight CBS 2's FOIA Request On Racism, Harassment At Streets And San YardThe Illinois Attorney General even said the city should provide that information. Yet the city continues to refuse - using taxpayer resources to fight the request from CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas.
Once A Staple Of State Street, Department Stores Are Now 'A Very Small Part Of Our Lives'Shopping used to be an hours-long experience, done in person, with lots of other people around. Today, many consider it a chore -- a solo activity to be done as quickly as possible, often with a few clicks on a keyboard.
Deputies Shoot And Kill Suspect While Responding To Domestic Violence Call In Port BarringtonDeputies with the McHenry County Sheriff's Office shot and killed a suspect who fired shots during a domestic violence incident early Tuesday morning.
Deputies Shot And Killed Suspect While Responding To Domestic Violence Call In Port BarringtonDeputies with the McHenry County Sheriff's Office shot and killed a suspect who fired shots during a domestic violence incident early Tuesday morning.
Teachers Return To CPS Schools Tuesday, Students To Return In Person WednesdayWith a tentative COVID-19 safety agreement reached, teachers will be returning to Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday, and students will return in person on Wednesday.
Chicago Handing Out 1.5 Million KN95 Masks To Aldermen, Community GroupsIf you're interested in getting these masks, contact your alderman's office.
64-Year-Old Man Shot While Driving In Logan SquareA man was shot while driving in the Logan Square neighborhood Monday night.
Bitter Cold Morning, Warmup On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect In Evanston And Oak Park On MondayCustomers ages  five and up need to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 at restaurants, bars, gyms and other indoor businesses serving food or drinks.

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