Chicago police say there were nine homicides in what has been the deadliest weekend of the year in a city where fatal shootings had been in decline. Katie Johnston reports.

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RealTime Weather: Strong Storms Approaching, Severe Weather Likely TonightCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, March 28, 2020, as severe storms are expected to arrive in the Chicago area by this evening.
Dangerous Weather Possible This Evening; Winds, Hail, Tornadoes All ThreatsCBS 2 Meteorologist has a look at the severe weather chances for today through tonight.
Heavy Rain And Storms Begin Tonight, Strong To Severe Storms Possible TomorrowCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your RealTime Weather update as the threat of severe storms ramps up heading into tomorrow.
Loved Ones Pay Their Respects To Retired OfficerOnly immediate family were allowed to say goodbye in person to a retired officer and Vietnam vet Clyde Brandenburger because of COVID-19.
Rush University Medical Center Preparing To Treat At Least 40,000 COVID-19 PatientsIllinois hospitals are bracing for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the coming days, as the White House expects Cook County to become a hot spot for the new coronavirus. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe explains what Rush University Medical Center is already doing to prepare for an influx of cases.
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Dating Apps And Social Distancing During The Coronavirus PandemicWith non-essential businesses and college campuses closed, young people may find themselves with more free time than usual and may be experiencing high levels of boredom. For those who use dating apps and websites, there is a temptation to connect with new people in person, despite the warnings to practice social distancing.
Restaurant Delivering Food And Fun Board GamesIf being stuck inside has you missing your weekly game night, a recently opened cafe in Bucktown has you covered.
Increasing Rain Chances Through The AfternoonCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran says if you haven't seen rain in your area yet, today, you probably will. Showers should taper off tonight, but return Friday afternoon.
Chicago Weather: Rain Continues Through The WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has a look at the forecast.
Aldermen Say Lakefront Closed To Public After People Ignore Coronavirus OrdersSeveral Chicago aldermen say the lakefront -- including its beaches, parks, and trails -- is now closed to the public. It's meant to make people take social distancing measures seriously during the governor's "stay at home" order. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.
Couple Spreads Love, Not Germs In Wedding Ceremony On Facebook LiveThe coronavirus pandemic has wedding season off to a bleak start, but it’s not all bad. Mount Prospect couple, Jenny Van Wakeman and Joe Stecher, didn’t let a little COVID-19 stop them from saying “I do.”
Couple Spreads Love, Not Germs In Wedding Ceremony On Facebook LiveThe coronavirus pandemic has wedding season off to a bleak start, but it’s not all bad. Mount Prospect couple, Jenny Van Wakeman and Joe Stecher, didn’t let a little COVID-19 stop them from saying “I do.”
Pritzker Extends Illinois Income Tax Filing Deadline; State Announces 330 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 More DeathsGov. JB Pritzker on Wednesday announced the state of Illinois is pushing back its income tax filing deadline by three months. The move comes five days after the IRS also postponed the federal income tax filing deadline until July 15, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Chicago Weather: Clouds Moving In, Rain Coming Next Few DaysCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran says, after a sunny start to the day, clouds are moving in, ahead of rain on and off the next few days.
City Receives 190 Price Gouging Complaints This Month Amid Coronavirus OutbreakWith people rushing to stock up on food, medical supplies, toilet paper, and other groceries during the “stay at home” order amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Chicago stores struggling to keep their shelves stocked, city officials said they’ve seen a surge in complaints about price gouging. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Today But Chance Of Rain Showers TomorrowCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has a check on the extended forecast.
Taking Walks In Costume To Cheer Up Neighbors During COVID-19 CrisisIn northwest suburban Crystal Lake, a new way to make daily walks more interesting is catching on fast.
Multi-Car Crash Injures Six People At Bus Stop In Chicago Lawn NeighborhoodSix people, including two children, were injured Wednesday morning, when multiple vehicles were involved in a crash at a bus stop in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Lawn CrashJuan Soliz recorded this video of a crash at a bus stop in Chicago Lawn. Fire Department officials said six people were injured, including two children.
Chicago Weather: Cloudy But Beautiful Today, Near 60 TomorrowCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran says it's a great day to get out of the house for a walk today, and tomorrow will be even better, with sun and temperatures near 60.
Ford, 3M, GE, UAW Work Together To Manufacture Supplies For Coronavirus OutbreakFord is working with 3M, Chicago-based GE Healthcare, and the United Auto Workers to manufacture various medical equipment needed in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Mass Transit Agencies Offer Discounts, Refunds During Coronavirus OutbreakAs more workers in Indiana and Illinois work from home during the COVID-19 crisis, mass transit agencies are offering a variety of refunds and incentives for commuters.
Illinois National Guard Shoots Down False Rumors Of Armed Enforcement Of Governor's 'Stay At Home' OrderLess than two days into the governor's mandate for Illinois residents to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, the Illinois National Guard refuted rumors that armed soldiers are being deployed to enforce the order.

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