Chauncey Spencer II drives the nation's highways to tell the stories of African Americans in flight – and on Wednesday, his traveling museum made a stop in Chicago. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.

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Chicago Weather: Shower Chance Late FridayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021.
Lake Zurich Priest's Return Delayed After New Information SurfacesThe Rev. David Ryan was set to be reinstated as pastor of St Francis de Sales Parish in Lake Zurich, but questions have now arisen about his fate.
Chicago Woman Accused Of Using Identities Of Homicide Victims, Including Kids, For FraudKatrina Pierce is charged with filing false tax returns and obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 stimulus payments using the identities of homicide victims in Chicago and beyond – some of them children. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Pedestrian Killed, 3 Men Injured In Humboldt Park CrashA woman trying to cross the street was killed Thursday night when two cars slammed into each other in Humboldt Park.
River North Hotel Worker Arrested After Man Is StabbedVideo Thursday night showed a River North hotel worker getting aggressive and throwing luggage around – and moments later, a man was stabbed. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Car Caravans Take Over Downtown Streets To Celebrate Mexican Independence DayLate Thursday night, car caravans took over the streets all around the downtown area for a wild scene. The rolling parade set off fireworks, honked horns, revved engines, and waved flags.
Lisa Byington Hired As First Full-Time Woman Play-By-Play Announcer For Major U.S. Men's TeamHistory will be made in the NBA next season, as an announcer with longtime Chicago ties pulls off a broadcasting first.
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Man In Critical Condition After Being Shot In Leg In Grant ParkA man was shot and critically wounded in broad daylight in Grant Park Thursday afternoon.
Chicago Hotels Expected To Lose $2 Billion In Revenue By Year's EndThe new figures came down Thursday from the American Hotel and Lodging Association. Numbers are based off of business travel – including corporate or government hotel stays.
Pilsen Nonprofit Tackles Food Insecurity: 'Who Better To Understand Our Challenges Than Ourselves?'It's the first week of Hispanic Heritage Month. CBS 2 will be bringing you stories about the community. CBS 2's Marissa Parra introduces us to a Mexican American woman in Pilsen aiming to make Chicago Latinos healthier.
Riot Fest Going Ahead With COVID-19 Testing, VaccinationThose who come to Riot Fest in Douglass Park must either present proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of entering. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Chicago Woman Accused Of Using Homicide Victim's ID's For Fraudulent Tax ReturnsFederal authorities on Thursday charged a woman with filing false tax returns and obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 stimulus payments using the identities of homicide victims in Chicago and beyond – some of them children. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago's Lyric Opera Ready To Reopen On FridayThe Lyric Opera of Chicago will open its doors Friday to a live audience. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports on what to expect.
Chicago Weather: Lookout For ShowersCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the forecast.
Illinois Unemployment Numbers Indicate 'Very Positive' SignCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports on what it could mean. Economists said it could be a sign of good things to come.
Bears: Big Men On The Mend, Getting Fields InvolvedAnother day, another round of questions for Matt Nagy to field about one Justin Fields. CBS 2's Matt Zahn has insight into what the Bears have in store for their rookie quarterback after breaking him in last week.
Reeling Illinois Bracing For Conference Foe MarylandMaryland opens Big Ten play at Illinois on Friday night. The Terrapins have won their first two games. Illinois has dropped two straight after opening the season with a win over Nebraska. Katie Johnston reports.
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Car Light Repair Services Offered By Cook County Sheriff's OfficeThe goal of preventing traffic stops and tickets before they happen is the purpose of a free car light repair service offered by Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart.
City Board Of Ethics Finds Probable Cause Ald. James Gardiner Violated Ethics Ordinance TwiceThe city's ethics board has determined there is probable cause to believe Ald. James Gardiner (45th) twice violated the city's government ethics ordinance, by using his office to retaliate against constituents who criticized him or supported a political rival. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Weather: Full Sun ThursdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021.
Some Illinois Schools Gave More Failing Grades After COVID BeganFor some Chicago area students, remote learning brought manifest struggles. CBS 2 investigator Megan Hickey dug into the grades for thousands of students to find out the real impact of the pandemic.

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