With Illinois set to fully reopen in a month, will unemployment offices finally be opening too? CBS 2's Tara Molina took the question to Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday.

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When Will IDES Offices Reopen? We Take The Question To Gov. JB PritzkerWith Illinois set to fully reopen in a month, will unemployment offices finally be opening too? CBS 2's Tara Molina took the question to Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday.
Congressional Republicans To Vote On Whether To Kick Rep. Liz Cheney Out Of LeadershipCongressional Republicans are set to vote on whether to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position. As CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, the move has bigger implications.
Illinois Republican U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger Dishes On Party Rifts, Leadership ChangesOn ‘Face the Nation’ Sunday morning, Kinzinger spoke to John Dickerson about the upcoming vote to oust Liz Cheney.
Legal Battle Keeps Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa From Being Sworn In For Another TermRoger Agpawa, the mayor of south suburban Markham, was supposed to be sworn in for a second term on Thursday – but he was not. A legal battle stopped it from happening. So who is running the city?
Illinois Lawmakers Introduce Resolution Calling For Reopening Of Unemployment OfficesIllinois Secretary of State’s office facilities, courts, and utility offices are all open now – but our unemployment offices that many still desperately need remain closed. As CBS 2's Tara Molina reports, some state lawmakers are looking to change that.
City Leaders To Hold Town Hall To Discuss Police Raid PracticesSeveral Chicago aldermen are hosting a virtual town hall on Tuesday to discuss changes to the Chicago Police Department’s search warrant policies in the wake of the botched raid on Anjanette Young.
Is ShotSpotter Technology Worth The $33 Million The City Is Paying?CBS 2 has dug into Chicago's contract with ShotSpotter - a high-tech gunshot detection system that can alert police of potential gunfire in seconds. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Chicago Public Schools CEO Dr. Janice Jackson Leaving At End Of School YearMayor Lori Lightfoot said a search for a replacement is already under way. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson Stepping Down At End Of JuneAfter more than three years at the helm of the nation's third-largest school district, Dr. Janice Jackson is leaving as chief executive officer of the Chicago Public Schools. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
President Biden Headed Back Out To Tout Infrastructure PlanInfrastructure has traditionally been one of the few remaining bipartisan issues in Congress, and there is some Republican support for portions of President Joe Biden’s plan. But as CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, the $2 trillion price tag is drawing strong opposition.
Thaddeus Jones Sworn In As First Black Mayor Of Calumet CityHistory was made on Saturday in the south suburbs, as Illinois state Rep. Thaddeus Jones was sworn is as the first Black mayor of Calumet City.
Frankfort Neighbors Say Road Expansion Would Ruin Their Safe Place In Their BackyardsImagine building your dream home with the money you save for years, only to have your backyard end up on the cusp of becoming a highway. As CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports, that is exactly what is planned for one subdivision in south suburban Frankfort.
Former Ald. Ricardo Munoz Indicted On Wire Fraud, Money Laundering ChargesA federal grand jury on Thursday indicted former Chicago Ald. Ricardo Munoz, accusing him of using money from a political fund on personal expenses.
Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson Indicted On Federal Charges Tied To Collapse Of Bridgeport BankAld. Patrick Daley Thompson (11th) has been indicted on federal charges tied to the collapse of a Bridgeport bank, accusing him of lying about loans he received from a failed bank in his ward. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
COPA Completes Investigation Into Anjanette Young Raid; Young Wants AccountabilityCOPA said its 16-month investigation of the February 2019 raid of Young's home produced nearly 100 allegations of misconduct against more than a dozen officers who took part in the raid. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson Indicted, Accused Of Lying To FedsAld. Patrick Daley Thompson (11th) has been indicted on federal charges tied to the collapse of a Bridgeport bank, accusing him of lying about loans he received from a failed bank in his ward.
Elmhurst Neighbors Fight Zoning Change That Would Allow 7 People To Stay At Sober HouseThis is not your typical not-in-my-backyard story. The people living in the area are not opposed to a recovery home. What they don’t like is the way the City of Elmhurst, or the property owner, are going about it. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
New Chicago Heights Park District Board Refusing To Pay $212,000 Buyout To Departing SuperintendentThe fight over a hefty payout for the outgoing Chicago Heights parks superintendent is a story we have been following for weeks, and now it has taken a new turn. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Video Shows Police Shooting That Killed Anthony Alvarez; More Questions Arise About CPD Foot Chase PolicyPolice body camera video released on Wednesday shows an officer fatally shooting 22-year-old Anthony Alvarez as he was running away during a foot pursuit last month, holding a handgun in his right hand. As CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports, it started with a foot chase, which Mayor Lori Lightfoot calls one of the most dangerous practices.
Changes Coming Soon To Chicago Police Foot Chase PolicyThe police shooting that killed Adam Toledo, 13, involved a foot chase, and so did the police shooting that killed Anthony Alvarez, 22, just two days later. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Foot Chase Again At Center Of A Police Shooting In Death Of Anthony AlvarezOnce again, a foot chase is at the center of a deadly police shooting. As CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports, a proposed change in policy for Chicago Police foot chases could be coming soon.
Neighbors Divided Over Plan For Cul-De-Sac On Street Used As Shortcut To Dan Ryan In University VillageSpeed bumps and cul-de-sacs usually add up to one thing in Chicago – controversy. A case in point right now is a proposed cul-de-sac in University Village, as CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Illinois To Lose Congressional Seat Following 2020 CensusIllinois is losing a seat in Congress, after the U.S. Census Bureau released population data for determining how many seats each state gets on Monday.
President Biden To Address Congress To Mark First 100 Days In OfficeFor the first time in history, there will be two women behind the president in his speech, and the usually-packed chamber will be sparse and socially distant. But as CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, COVID protocols will not stop President Biden from trying to lay out his vision for America’s future.

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