City Urging Shoppers To Order From Black-Owned Businesses This Black FridayBlack Friday shopping won't be the same this year, because of the pandemic, but Mayor Lori Lightfoot says it's an opportunity to support Black-owned businesses.
Chicago Police Raids Rarely Turn Up Drugs. So Why Do Judges Keep Signing Off On Bad Search Warrants?A judge ran from our questions about the bad warrant he signed, giving Chicago Police the power to raid an innocent family's home. It's one of dozens of bad search warrants judges are rubber-stamping, with no proof police got it right. Here's CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini with the part of the wrong raids story you haven't yet heard.
COVID-19 In Indiana: Number Of Daily Cases Doubles In Two WeeksThe average daily number of COVID-19 cases in Indiana has doubled in two weeks, and at least one model predicts the state could experience 10,000 cases a day by Thanksgiving. Katie Johnston reports.
Firefighters Battle Extra-Alarm Fire At Lot In Gary, IndianaFirefighters responded to an extra-alarm fire at a vehicle lot in Gary, Indiana Monday morning.
2 Northwest Side Stores Report Break-Ins; Windows Smashed, Safe StolenTwo stores on the northwest side are cleaning up after thieves busted windows to get inside.
Rumbles Of Thunder Saturday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020.
Christmas Around The World Opens At Museum of Science And Industry With COVID-19 Safety MeasuresVisiting Christmas around the world at the Museum of Science & Industry is a tradition for many Chicago families.
Chicago Weather: Keep The Umbrella Handy This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Wisconsin Woman Leaves Hospital After Double Lung TransplantIn Wisconsin, a woman who had COVID-19 is finally at home after historic surgery; the state's first  double lung transplant.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: EveEve is the PAWS Dog of the Week. She's a fun and adorable Blue Heeler mix who would do great in an adults only home.
White Sox Say They Understand 'Seriousness' Of La Russa CaseThe Chicago White Sox are sticking with new manager Tony La Russa for now, saying they understand the "seriousness" of his latest drunken driving case and will have more to say once it plays out in court. Katie Johnston reports.
Indiana Smashes Daily Case Record, Hospitalizations Hit All-Time HighIndiana reported 6,654 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, shattering the previous record for daily cases, while also reaching a new record for hospitalizations statewide. Katie Johnston reports.
Over 70,600 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois For Week Of Nov. 2, Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims were among 709,000 total filed across the country last week. 
Firefighters Battle Fire In The Mallers Building On Jewelers Row In The LoopAround 200 firefighters responded to a high rise fire on Jewelers Row in The Loop Thursday morning.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart Concerned New COVID Surge Will Lead To More Infections In JailConcerns about keeping COVID-19 out of Cook County Jail; Sheriff Tom Dart said Thursday morning that growing cases in surrounding communities could lead to more infections in the jail.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Skies Through The End Of The WeekCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the extended forecast.
Helping With Housing And Unemployment During The PandemicA Safe Haven is partnering with the Small Business Advocacy Council in a new fundraising campaign.
Extra-Alarm Fire Devastates Hegewisch FactoryFlames shoot through the roof as a late night fire devastates a factory in the Hegewisch neighborhood on Chicago's Southeast Side. Hours later, those flames still smolder, as investigators try to figure out just how it all started. As CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe explains, firefighters had a long difficult night.
2020 Holiday Drives In The Chicago AreaWant to make a difference this holiday season? Local organizations are helping to ensure residents stays safe and warm, and they need your help. Katie Johnston reports.
Illinois Sets New Record With 12,657 New COVID-19 CasesThe new surge of COVID-19 in Illinois continues unabated, with the state again reaching a new high mark for new cases, as well as setting a new record for coronavirus hospitalizations. Katie Johnston reports.
Debunking Contraceptive MythA study from Northwestern Medicine says there is no link to contraceptives and depression.
CPD, McDonald's Team Up For Turkey Giveaway For VeteransIt's the 20th annual "Food For the Body and Spirit" turkey and sides giveaway.
Teachers In Gary, Indiana To Return To Full-Time Remote Learning As School Buildings Close Due To COVID SurgeTeachers in Gary, Indiana schools will go back to full time remote learning on Monday.
Officials Cut Ribbon On New Chicago Veterans Home, But No One Lives There YetGov. JB Pritzker celebrated Veterans Day by cutting the ribbon on the Chicago Veterans Home, a project years in the making, and the first state veterans facility in Chicago.

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