Metra released its 2020 budget. There won't be fare hikes but the transit agency plans to buy new train cars.

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Indiana Racist Attack Goes ViralShocking video of a racist attack against a Black man in southern Indiana goes viral. Protesters are demanding justice.A group of white men holds  Vauhxx Booker against a tree near Lake Monroe, just south of Bloomington.
Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down Pending ReviewA federal judge on Monday sided with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down until more environmental review is done. Katie Johnston reports.
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Drive-In Movies Coming To Soldier Field This SummerStarting Wednesday, "Chi-Together" will host a series of drive-in movies at the south lot at Soldier Field.
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Courts Now In Session In Cook CountyAfter being closed for several months because of COVID-19, courts in Cook County are now open withe safety precautions.
Englewood Daycare Center Still Fighting To Stay Open After Losing City FundingA daycare center we've reported on for months is trying everything it can to stay open right now after it lost funding from the city of Chicago; money it can't run without.
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Former CTA Bus Driver Charged With Body Slamming Man In Incident Caught On VideoA former CTA bus driver has been charged with aggravated battery, after he was caught on video picking a man up and slamming him to the pavement last month on the South Side. Katie Johnston reports.
Cook County Courts Resume Many Operations Next WeekCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov has a follow up on a story from earlier this week highlighting the frustrations of case backlogs.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: RockoThe PAWS Dog of the Week is Rocko, an eight-year-old Dachshund Rat Terrier Mix.
Chicago Weather: Scorching Temps This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the weekend forecast.
Shedd Aquarium Reopens With RestrictionsChicago's Shedd Aquarium reopens Friday with restrictions.
City Officials Urge People To Stay Safe During Hot Holiday WeekendWith temperatures expected to hit the 90s every day this weekend, the city is putting out a plan to make sure everyone stays safe from the heat during the July 4th weekend.
Chicago Weather: Sunshine Through The WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast.
More Woes For People Dealing With IDESSome people who applied for unemployment still haven't gotten paid.
City Council Joint Committee Takes Up Debate On CPD Officers In CPSA week after the Chicago Board of Education voted down a plan to remove police officers from Chicago Public Schools, the debate moves to City Hall, where two committees will meet to discuss the hot button issue.
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Street Sweeping Tickets Back OnRemember these orange signs? If you violate street sweeping rules, the grace period of no ticketing is over.
Dr. Allison Arwady On COVID-19 In The AreaWhile Chicago's coronavirus cases have been declining, some neighborhoods are hit harder than others.

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