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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.
People Affected By West Suburban Tornadoes Face High Costs For RebuildingThere is no good time for a tornado to strike, but the one in the western suburbs on Sunday night ravaged homes at a time when construction costs are already sky high due to the challenges of the pandemic. CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.
Get Vaccinated Against COVID, Get A Free Ticket To Lollapalooza Want a free ticket to Lollapalooza while at the same time getting a COVID shot? You'll have a chance to get into the popular music festival by getting a COVID vaccine at one of four COVID vaccination sites in the city.
Volunteers Help Cleanup Effort In NapervilleCBS 2's Jim Williams reports residents spent the day cleaning up and helping each other.
Chicago News: Morning Showers For WednesdayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
'It Was Already Too Late'CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports bad weather has suspended Tuesday's search for the last missing victim of a North Carolina tubing accident. Four died, four were rescued and several of them are from the Chicago area.
Woodridge Residents Cope With Emotional Impact Of Damage From Sunday Night TornadoWoodridge Mayor Gina Cunningham estimates about 100 homes were significantly damaged in the western suburb by the tornado late Sunday night. But neighbors also shared the damage you can’t see. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
3 Year Old Dies After Hit And Run In BronzevilleA 32-year-old woman was also killed when the car they were in was hit near 72nd and Morgan on Sunday.
Chicago Weather: Clear And Cool Monday Night; Tornado AnalysisCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Monday, June 21, 2021.
Sources Tell CBS 2 That Video Posted Online Of Humboldt Park Murder Came From ShotSpotterChicago Police believe cellphone video of a merciless shooting that left a man dead and a woman critically wounded in Humboldt Park over the weekend will help them catch the suspects. But CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov has learned one video of those crimes that was posted on social media came straight from a city camera – and should never have been made public.
Volunteers Clean Up Tree Damage After Storms In Gage ParkWhile no tornadoes touched down within the city of Chicago Sunday night, there was some damage in some neighborhoods. In Gage Park near 53rd Street and Homan Avenue, fierce winds did a lot of damage to trees and cars. Volunteers from My Block, My Hood, My City stepped in - working late into the evening to help neighbors.
2 Tornadoes Now Confirmed In Sunday Night StormsIn addition to the EF-3 tornado that struck Naperville and Woodridge, an EF-0 tornado also hit Plainfield Sunday night. CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist reports.
With Areas Of Naperville Devastated By Tornado, Neighbors Band Together A Night LaterNaperville was among the hardest-hit communities in the largest tornado that hit the Chicago area late Sunday night, and a day later, the power of the community to help each other shone through. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
A Day Of Working To Recover Follows A Night Of Panic When Tornado Hit WoodridgeThe damage in Woodridge after the Sunday night tornado was stark and striking – with piles of tree debris standing more than 6 feet high. Roofs were blown off homes, trees were down, and damage was seen in almost every direction. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Assessing The Damage: Tornado That Ripped Through DuPage County Classified As EF-3Even before the first responders' pleas for help Sunday night, the forecasters at the National Weather Service Office already knew the storm storm was going to be trouble.
Remembering Anat Kimchi, Student Stabbed To Death In The LoopCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports she was visiting Chicago and stabbed to death while in the Loop. The search continues for the homeless person police say killed the University of Maryland student.
Woodridge Residents Pick Up The PiecesCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports residents are helping each other after a powerful tornado ripped through that area and Naperville.

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