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Chicagoans React To President Biden' Plan To Tackle The City's Gun ProbemChicago's violence made national news again Wednesday, but this time there is a federal plan of action. 
Chicago Banker Accused Of Getting Loans For Former President Trump's Campaign ChairA Chicago man is accused of using his position at a bank to get close to Paul Manafort, who was former President Donald Trump's campaign chair. Prosecutors say Stephen Calk pushed through millions of dollars in loans for Manafort, hoping to get a top position in the Trump administration. Calk's lawyer says the banker did nothing illegal. 
Minooka Community High School District 111 And Stanley Fabian Come To Agreement On LawsuitThere is an agreement in the hate crime lawsuit against Minooka Community High School District 111. 
Chicago Weather: Waves Of Rain For Next Three DaysCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
Tornado Victims Displaced Having Trouble Finding New Housing In Post Pandemic EraFor families wanting to stay in the area, good luck finding a rental. The COVID-19 pandemic has helped create a housing shortage. 
Two Sailing Students And Instructor Tossed Overboard During Windy Conditions On Lake MichiganTwo sailing students and their instructor were tossed around and then into Lake Michigan Wednesday night. It was windy at the time, but everyone is OK. A Chicago Police marine unit was on the way, but a private boater was able to get to them and scoop them up to safety. 
I-PASS Assist Program To Provide Financial Relief By Ending Deposit, Lowering Down PaymentNew financial relief is coming for those who have avoided getting an I-PASS for Illinois tollways. 
Covering Before The StormCBS 2's Jim Williams reports, ahead of Thursday's forecasted rainstorms, Naperville homeowners rush to cover any exposed areas damaged by Sunday's tornado.
Council Meeting Erupts Into ChaosCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on efforts during the Chicago City Council meeting to draw attention to Anjanette Young but there was no vote to rename Lake Shore Drive.
Chicago Weather: More Thunderstorms For ThursdayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the forecast.
R. Kelly Transferred To New York For Upcoming TrialR. Kelly is being transferred from federal prison in Chicago to a facility in New York in advance of his scheduled trial there.
Suspect In Blue Line Shooting ArrestedA man was taken into custody after he was suspected in shooting a CTA window after an altercation with another ride.
Printer's Row Residents Complain Of Unbearable Fan Noise From Digital Company Getting Even Worse In SummerPrinter's Row residents call it unbearable. They live next to a company that runs fans 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And they are loud.
With Rain Coming, Naperville Residents Cover Damaged HomesCBS 2's Jim Williams reports workers and residents are racing against time to protect tornado-damaged homes from being affected from rain in the forecast.
Heated City Hall Meeting Involving Anjanette Young, No Vote On Lake Shore DriveCBS 2 Political Reporter Dana Kozlov reports Mayor Lightfoot got into a heated exchange with an alderman about Anjanette Young and there was no vote to rename LSD.
President Biden Outlines Plans To Combat Gun ViolenceCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot Chicago community leaders hope the plans to combat violence also includes money to help communities in the fight against crime.
Chicago Weather: Shower Chance By DaybreakCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Postal Worker Concerned That COVID Paid Leave Is Helping Fuel Mail DelaysA veteran mail carrier is fed up and speaking out – exposing the behind-the-scenes issues affecting your mail delivery. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
March Calls Attention To Missing, Murdered Black Women In ChicagoHundreds called for action Tuesday night on behalf of women not seen or heard in the "We Walk for Her" march through Bronzeville.
Shock And Outrage At 'Execution-Style' Shooting That Killed Young Couple In Humboldt ParkTwo young children will now grow up without parents, with their mom and dad both now having died from their wounds in a gruesome shooting during Puerto Rican pride festivities in Humboldt Park. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Volunteer Group Patrols Areas Hit By Tornadoes; Residents Worried About CrimeResidents in areas damaged by tornadoes this past Sunday night said they appreciate the help, but they wonder if everyone is really there to do good. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports, volunteers are stepping up to protect property in Naperville.
Federal Bill Would Impose Regulations To Prevent Black-Market Brokering Of Donated Body PartsOn Tuesday, a federal effort was launched, starting in Illinois, to regulate the black-market body-brokering industry. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Third Tornado Confirmed From Sunday Night StormsThe third tornado was an EF-0 that traveled from Hobart to South Haven, Indiana.
Days After Tornado, Restoring Power Is Top Priority In WoodridgeWoodridge Mayor Gina Cunningham said the top priority for the village in the aftermath of the tornado is restoring power to the 700 ComEd customers who were still without it late Tuesday. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.

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