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Chicago Weather: Rainy Saturday Night And Start To Chilly Mother's Day, But Warmup AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest 7-day forecast.
Tiffany Henyard Sworn In As Dolton's First Woman MayorHistory was made in the south suburbs on Saturday, as Tiffany Henyard was sworn-in as Dolton’s first female mayor. At age 37, she is also Dolton's youngest mayor.
Woman Attacked While Walking Near Fulton Market OvernightChicago Police have issued a community alert, after a woman was attacked overnight in the Fulton Market area.
Ed's Driveway: Chicago Auto Show 2021The Chicago Auto Show will be the first major show at McCormick Place, setting the stage for the safe return of big events in months to come.
Bridge Lifts Saturday After 8 A.M. From South Ashland To Lake Shore DriveThe annual Chicago rite of spring means drivers might need to find an alternate route Saturday as bridge lifts for the boating season will take place. 
Tiffany Henyard To Be Sworn In As Dolton's First Woman MayorHistory will be made Saturday in South Suburban Dolton has Tiffany Henyard is sworn in as the village's first woman mayor. 
General Iron Permit To Move Delayed Over EPA ConcernsPlans to relocate a Lincoln Park car shredding plant to the Southeast Side are on hold because of environmental concerns.
Chicago Weather: Rain Saturday Ahead Of Chilly Mother's DayCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 5 a.m. forecast for Saturday, May 8, 2021.
Chicago Weather: Chilly, Wet Weekend AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, May 7, 2021.
Chicago Night Clubs Gear Up For Looser COVID-19 Restrictions As State Prepares To Enter Bridge PhaseLooser COVID-19 restrictions are week away in Illinois, and it seems night club owners are most excited to get back to full capacity. 
Rescue Crews Pull Car From Naperville Pond After Driver Escapes SafelyA car was pulled out of a pond in Chicago's western suburbs Friday night. Naperville rescue crews were called in after someone drive a black car right into a retention pond. Police say the driver got out safely. 
Temporary DMV Locations Opens At Prairie State College To Replace Chicago Heights DMV Damaged In Wake Of George Floyd's DeathA DMV damaged in the wake of George Floyd's death last summer has cost people in the south suburbs a lot of time getting to the city to get things done, but now there is a solution nearly a year and a half after it burned.  
Far South Side Home Blasted By Bullets; Man Inside Shot And WoundedA home on Chicago's Far South Side was blasted with bullets Friday night, leaving a man inside shot and wounded. At least 12 bullet holes were visible in the front window of that building near 105th and Oglesby in the Trumbull Park neighborhood. The gunman was still on the loose Friday night.
Mayor Lightfoot Delays General Iron Permit Over EPA ConcernsPlans to relocate a Lincoln Park car shredding plant to the Southeast Side are on hold because of environmental concerns. 
Saint Joseph Catholic School Principal On Administrative Duty After Former Teacher Charged With Child Sex CrimesThe principal of Saint Joseph Catholic School in Lockport has been placed on administrative duty after a former teacher was charged with child sex crimes. 
Across Illinois, Arab Americans Were Dying From COVID-19, But The Government Wasn’t Counting. Some Say That Cost LivesThe memories Arwa Abulaila has of her mother, Ayseh, remain in her head and in the palms of her hands.  
South Side Entrepreneurs Reimagine Restaurant Business Into Retail During COVID-19 PandemicAlmost everyone has been forced to get creative during the COVID-19 pandemic, but some South Side women entrepreneurs decided to turn devastation into dividends by reimagining "bar and restaurant" into retail. 
With Possible FDA Approval, More Employers, Schools Could Require COVID-19 VaccinePfizer has asked the Food and Drug Administration for full approval for its COVID-19 vaccine, and the trickle down effects could have a big impact, including whether schools or employers can require vaccinations. 
CBS 2 Investigators: CPD Supt. On Officers Following Up On Child Sex Abuse CaseCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports CPD's superintendent said officers who didn't properly investigate the case of a child being sexually abused repeatedly will be held accountable.
Chicago Weather: Have The Umbrella Handy For Mother's DayCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Chicago Woman Works To Get Life Rings Near Lake MichiganCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports every year, dozens of people drown in Lake Michigan. One woman says she has an easy solution.
Starved Rock Explosion Leaves 3 DeadCBS 2's Tara Molina reports authorities aren't saying much about an explosion killing three men on Thursday.
CPD's Brown Answers Questions Regarding Investigation Of Child Sex AbuseCBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey asked the head of the Chicago Police Department about why the investigation was lagging into a case CBS 2 uncovered months ago about a child who had been repeatedly raped at a South Side motel.
CPD Superintendent Seeks Firing Of Officer For Taking A BribeChicago's police superintendent is recommending the firing of a sergeant accused of taking a bribe from a diver. Geoff Petrulis reports.

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