The day after Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said he would retire at year’s end, Mayor Lori Lightfoot moved quickly to name an outsider, former Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, as interim superintendent. Audrina Bigos reports

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Widespread Damage In Elgin After StormsPowerful storms Thursday night left northwest suburban Elgin a mess, with several large trees ripped from the ground after powerful winds buffeted the area. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports
City Ordering Bars, Restaurants To Close At MidnightMayor Lori Lightfoot is ordering all bars, breweries, and restaurants that serve liquor to close at midnight, in an effort to further curb the spread of COVID-19 in Chicago.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: JustineJustine is a three-year-old terrier mix who's a little shy but lots of fun once she feels comfortable and she's looking for a loving home.
Police-Involved Shootout In Humboldt ParkThere was a shootout involving police conducting a drug investigation Friday morning in Humboldt Park.
CPD To Engage In More Community PolicingCBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports on efforts by the CPD to improve community policing efforts in Chicago.
Trying Different Tactics To Get Unemployment BenefitsCBS 2's Chris Tye reports some are trying new tactics to get through to the IDES phone system, but a new service is short circuiting those attempts and people are still not getting paid.
3 In Custody After Man's Car Shot Up In South LoopPolice arrested three men Thursday morning, after a man's car was shot up while he was parking in the South Loop.
Indiana on Track To Resume Classes In Some Schools At End Of JulyDespite increasing rates of coronavirus infections in Indiana, the state seems to be staying on track to reopen schools in just a few short weeks.
Illinois Unemployment NumbersClose to 39,000 new claims were filed last week in Illinois.
Northwestern Performs Double Lung Transplant On Second COVID PatientThe procedure took place over the July 4th weekend.
Chicago Weather: Very Hot But Showers Will Cool Things DownCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has a look at the forecast.
COVID-19 Recovery Task Force Outlines Plan For Chicago To Bounce Back From PandemicFrom stepping up investment on the South and West sides and improving access to mental health resources to expanding the city’s transportation and logistics sector and luring more corporate development, the mayor’s COVID-19 Recovery Task Force has issued a sweeping report for how Chicago can bounce back from the pandemic.
Ald. Raymond Lopez's Home Vandalized, Neighbor's Garage Set On FireAld. Raymond Lopez (15th) blamed "gang bangers" after a brick was thrown through the window of his home, and a neighbor's garage was set on fire overnight. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
7 Month Old Child Injured In ShootingCPD is investigating a shooting in Lawndale where a seven-month-old baby was grazed.
Gov. JB Pritzker Announces 12 Mobile COVID-19 Testing TeamsGov. JB Pritzker on Wednesday announced the state is expanding its COVID-19 testing efforts, with 12 new mobile testing teams focusing on hard-hit communities across Illinois.
Lightfoot Pushes Back On Trump's Demand For All Schools To Reopen In FallDespite President Donald Trump threatening to "cut off funding" for schools that don't fully reopen in the fall, Mayor Lori Lightfoot says reopening decisions must be up to local school districts.
Missing Swimmer's Body Recovered From Lake MichiganChicago Fire Department and Police Department divers have recovered the body of a woman who went missing Tuesday night in Lake Michigan near the Shedd Aquarium.
Chicago Weather: Heat And Humidity To Stick AroundCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the extended forecast.
Hot Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Tim McGill has the latest forecast.
OSHA Fines Ferrara Candy Company More Than $485,000Ferrara Candy Company – makers of Keebler cookies, Lemonheads candies, and more – is facing nearly half a million dollars in fines over two incidents that left employees severely injured at its plant in west suburban Bellwood.
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.
City Offering 'Taste Of Chicago To Go'The Taste of Chicago has been canceled due to COVID-19, but the city is still offering the experience at home with the "Taste of Chicago To Go."
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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