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Jesse Jackson Out Of Rehabilitation Center After Gallbladder SurgeryThe Rev. Jesse Jackson has been discharged from a rehabilitation center where he spent more than three weeks following an illness and surgery. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunny And CoolCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a check on the forecast.
11-Year-Old Girl Fighting For Her Life After Stray Bullet Hits Her During ShootoutThe prognosis is tough for Ny-Andra Dyer, the 11-year-old girl caught in the crossfire of a shootout while sitting in a car at a West Pullman gas station on Monday.
Lightfoot, CPD Announce Sweeping Changes To Search Warrant PolicyMayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Supt. David Brown announced plans for sweeping changes to the Chicago Police Department's search warrant policies, after a years-long series of reports by the CBS 2 Investigators on wrong raids. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports the city is making changes in three areas; involving what happens before, during, and after a search warrant is executed.
McDonald's Investigates Workers' Sexual Harassment ClaimsChicago-based McDonald's is launching an investigation into claims of sexual harassment at its restaurants after "CBS Sunday morning" spoke with women who said it happened while working there.
New Report On State Of Black Women And GirlsThere's a first of its kind congressional report on the state of Black women and girls in our nation.
Mass Vaccination Clinic Gives Out 750 Shots At Aurora's Largest Black ChurchIn an effort to make sure communities of color get vaccinated against COVID-19, a coalition of Black churches, organizations, fraternities, sororities, and elected officials teamed up to organize a mass vaccination event Tuesday morning in west suburban Aurora. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reports.
Illinois Reports Lowest Daily COVID-19 Case Count Since July, Infection Rate Below 3% For More Than Two WeeksIllinois reported 1,143 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as well as 20 more deaths. It's the fewest new coronavirus cases in a single day since July 28, a span of more than seven months. Katie Johnston reports.
Man, Woman Shot to Death, Bodies Found In Car In NW IndianaAuthorities say a man and woman were found dead from gunshot wounds in Gary inside a car that was running and had its hazard lights activated. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast for the week ahead.
Brookfield Zoo ReopensThe zoo reopened Monday after being closed for several months because of the pandemic. Closed spaces will remain off-limits for the exception of restrooms.
CPS Welcomes Back Thousands Of K-5 Students As Phase-In Of In-Person Classes ResumesFor the first time in nearly a year, thousands of elementary school students returned to classrooms at the Chicago Public Schools on Monday, as the district moves forward with a phased-in plan to resume in-person classes. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Over 1 Million Indiana Residents Given First Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineOver 1 million Indiana residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine since December, the Indiana Department of Health announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Weather: Sunshine On SaturdayCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Montrose Bridge Construction This WeekendThe construction work to rebuild the Montrose Bridge over the Kennedy means a little detour for drivers this weekend.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: VivViv is the PAWS Pet of the Week. She is a fun and frisky one-year-old beagle mix looking for a loving forever home.
Mass Vaccination Site To Open Next Month At United Center Parking LotTake the shot" will soon have a new meaning at the United Center. The parking lot at the Madhouse on Madison is about to become a mass vaccination site. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Northwestern-Michigan Game To Honor B10's 1st Black PlayerThe Big Ten is getting a 16th trophy game in football. This one will honor the first Black man to play in the conference. Northwestern and Michigan will meet for the George Jewett Trophy beginning in October. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Illinois Sets New Vaccination Record As COVID-19 Infection Rate Falls To Lowest Point Since Early JulyMore than 130,000 people received COVID-19 vaccinations in Illinois on Wednesday, by far the most in a single day so far, as the state's average infection rate also reached the lowest point it's been in more than seven months. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Chicago Weather: Sun Sticking AroundCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
6 Displaced; 3 Injured After House Fire In West EnglewoodAccording to the Chicago Fire Department, two people were rescued with arial ladders from the second floor of the home located at 2019 W. 68th St. around 3 a.m.
Facebook Removes Video Of Congresswoman Newman Displaying Transgender FlagA dramatic new twist in the feud between a Chicago area Democratic congresswoman and a Republican colleague from Georgia. Rep. Marie Newman tweeted that Facebook took down a video of her putting a transgender flag outside her Capitol Hill office, calling it hate speech.
Madigan Picks Second Successor For House Seat In Past WeekFor the second time in only five days, former Illinois State Rep. Michael Madigan and other Democratic Party officials have picked a successor for his seat in the Illinois House, after his first choice was forced to resign less than three days after he was sworn in.
Car Crashes Into BuildingAccording to the Chicago Fire Department, the incident took place in the 1200 block of West 63rd Street around 4:30 a.m.

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