CBS 2's Jim Williams has an update on a story about a Kankakee girl's lemonade stand that was shut down by the city because her home didn't have water and sewer service. The services are back on and Hayli Martinez is back to pouring cool drinks.

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CBS 2 Weather Watch (11AM, Aug. 22, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Chicago's Marist High School's New State Of The Art Science Wing CompleteChicago's Marist High School showed off its new 28,000 square foot science wing Thursday morning. 
2 Women Robbed Outside Mag Mile HotelTwo women were robbed at gunpoint outside the InterContinental Hotel on the Magnificent Mile early Thursday morning. CBS 2's Cesar Rodriguez reports.
Woman With 4 Kids In Car Shot In DoltonA mother driving down the street with four children in a minivan was shot in the head Wednesday in south suburban Dolton. Now those kids are waiting to find out how she's doing. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Gas Prices Drop NationwideGas prices for the Labor Day holiday weekend are likely to be the lowest in two or three years, according to AAA. 
100-Year-Old Suburban Eye Doctor Honored For Lifetime Of Service Is Still Seeing PatientsA 100-year-old eye doctor is being honored for his work to make sure patients can see the world around them. 
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, Aug. 22, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Coast Guard Rescues Boat In Winthrop HarborAfter taking on water in choppy conditions, a boat had to be guided back to shore by the Coast Guard early Thursday morning in Winthrop Harbor.
Woman Reaches Deal With Bartlett To Keep Squirrel Box In Her YardThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders this week visited the Bartlett Village Hall – where a months-long dispute has come to a close in less than five minutes. At issue is a squirrel box we told you about last week – home to a mother squirrel and her three babies. CBS 2's Lauren Victory has the latest.

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Overflowing Solar Trash Compactors Create An EyesoreA not so pretty picture was pointed out to the Morning Insiders. Decaying, unemptied trash bins along some of the city's most traveled routes. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole listend to one woman who says allowing this to happen is garbage.
Plans To Redevelop 11-Acre Vacant Lot In Little Village Stir ControversyIt’s been an eyesore for more than a decade, so why is a development proposal for an empty lot in Little Village igniting controversy? CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M., Aug. 21, 2019)CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
Mold, Water Leaks, And Politics In DoltonA woman says mold is growing out of control and water is leaking in the house she rents in Dolton. The owner is a village trustee. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Man Arrested In January 2018 Hit-And-RunAaron Scofield was driving on I-80 when his vehicle struck by a truck that did not stop, and then a second car.
Fired Valparaiso KFC Employee Accused Of Stabbing CoworkerJoshua Moser is accused of losing it and stabbing a coworker after being told he was fired from his job at a Valparaiso KFC. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Mother Critically Injured In Dolton ShootingThe woman was driving down the road with four children in the car when she was struck by gunfire. CBS 2's Chelsea Irving reports.
City To Spray For Mosquitoes On South SideThe mosquito spraying Wednesday night will cover parts of Englewood and Auburn Gresham.
Push For Change After Indiana Chemical SpillOfficials and advocates are calling for more stringent testing after the ArcelorMittal chemical spill that killed 3,000 fish in Portage, Indiana. CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.
Student Brings Weapon To School In GaryAuthorities say a student brought a gun to Banneker Elementary at Marquette in Gary, prompting a lockdown.
Officer Fires At Burglary Suspect In Hyde ParkPolice say the suspect escaped after the run-in with the off-duty officer. CBS 2's Megan Hickey reports.
Wilmington Homeowner Speaks Out After Confronting Intruder Wanted In Calumet City CarjackingA Wilmington homeowner said he was prepared to shoot a man, who he confronted in his living room just before 5 a.m. Wednesday.
OIG: City Is Losing Money Giving Free Garbage Service To NonprofitsThe city provides free garbage collection at no cost to more than 1,100 nonprofits, losing almost $450,000 in revenue, according to the city Inspector General.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5 P.M.,Aug. 21, 2019)CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
Portage, Ind. Mayor Calls For Stricter Testing After SpillThe ArcelorMittal chemical spill left 3,000 fish dead, and a beach in Portage is still closed. CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.
Officer Fires Shot At Burglary Suspect In Hyde ParkThe officer had been off duty when he announced his office upon confronting the suspect, but the suspect got away. CBS 2's Megan Hickey reports.
A Second Chance At Getting A New CareerCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on a job fair at a South Side church where trade unions will be looking for future employees. And would-be workers will be looking for a brighter future.
Amtrak Train Strikes Pedestrian In Northbrook; Metra Milwaukee North Line AffectedAmtrak and Metra delays are expected after a pedestrian was struck by an Amtrak train in Northbrook.
Protest Over South Suburban School ConsolidationResidents are protesting a Rich Township plan to consolidate to the shuttered Lincoln-Way North High School.
Smart Farm Helps Local Food Pantries, Has Goal To Feed Hospital Patients In FutureSitting on land owned by Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington is a place called Smart Farm. It's a  place drivers can pass and not even know it's there.

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