SEIU Calls On CHA Board To Reevaluate Maintenance & Janitorial ContractsChicago Housing Authority maintenance workers rallied outside Tuesday’s CHA board meeting, calling on the agency to re-think the companies it's awarding contracts to.
'Lunch On LaSalle' Street Open Every Tuesday Through AugustIf you work in The Loop, you can take your lunch break right in the middle of LaSalle Street. 
18-Year-Old Charged In Shooting That Injured 2-Year-Old Boy Last WeekAn 18-year-old has been charged with attempted murder in a shooting that wounded a 2-year-old boy and a 32-year-old man one week ago in West Humboldt Park.
Woman Stabbed On CTA Blue Line TrainPolice said one the offenders then took the knife during the altercation and stabbed the woman multiple times in the face.
Federal Judge Upholds Indiana University's Vaccination Requirement For StudentsA federal judge has denied a bid to block Indiana University's requirement that all students and employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus in the fall. Katie Johnston reports.
Teatro ZinZanni Welcomes Audiences Again With New ShowTeatro ZinZanni and Randolph Entertainment bring live comedy, music, and cirque back to the Chicago Loop with a unique, immersive dining and live entertainment experience.
New Bartlett Police Dog, Maverick, Will Be Sworn-In TuesdayThe newest member of a suburban police department does more than just protect and serve. His job is also to help comfort people as a therapy dog.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Start To The WeekCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a look at the extended forecast.
Pedestrian Killed In Crash Near Touhy & McCormick In LincolnwoodThe search is on for a hit and run driver in north suburban Lincolnwood. Police said a driver struck and killed a woman Sunday night on Touhy Avenue, and didn't stop.
Lemont School Board Votes On Removing 'Indians' NameA resolution to retire the use of Indians as the Lemont mascot goes before the District 210 Board of Education Monday night.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: TadTad is the PAWS Pet Of The Week. He's an adorable one-year-old cat who loves exploring.
Chicago Weather: Cloudy This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Race To Mackinac Stars This WeekendThe boats are getting ready to cruise out Friday afternoon. On Saturday, the sailboat race begins and there are plenty of boats are are waiting in the harbor.
Illinois Health Department Investigating 8 Salmonella Cases Linked To BrightFarms Sunny Crunch SaladFive people have gotten sick in the Chicago area.
Cook County Doubling Down On Efforts To Reach The UnvaccinatedCook County leaders on Thursday are again urging everyone who can to get vaccinated against COVID-19, as the delta variant of the virus is spreading at an alarming rate across the country.
Over 21,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims are among 360,000 total filed across the country last week.
Quenneville Offers To Participate In Blackhawks ReviewFlorida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville has offered to participate in the Chicago Blackhawks’ review of allegations by a former player who says he was sexually assaulted by a then-assistant coach in 2010. Katie Johnston reports.
Chicago Sky Star Candace Parker Is First Woman Featured On Cover Of NBA 2K GameChicago Sky star Candace Parker is the first woman to be featured on the cover of the popular NBA 2K video game series, appearing on the NBA 2K22 cover for the 25th anniversary of the WNBA.
Renters Get Assistance As Eviction Moratorium EndsLandlords and renters are on edge wondering exactly when the Illinois’ eviction moratorium is going to end.
Deadline Wednesday To Enter Harper College's Scholarship Content It's You're VaccinatedThe deadline to enter the contest is Wednesday.  The community college in Palatine is offering up to 10 scholarships, which include tuition, fees and books.
Chicago Weather: Temps Cool Off A BitCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has a look at the forecast.
Navy Pier Opens New Ride 'Drop Tower' In Celebration Of 105 YearsTo celebrate 105 years, Navy Pier opened a new ride Wednesday. 
Chicago Public Schools LSCs To Vote On School Resource OfficersThe argument has been going back and forth for months; should Chicago police officers be assigned to public school buildings in Chicago Chicago Public Schools currently leaves that decision up to each individual school, and voting by local school councils comes on Wednesday.

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