Brighton Park family Pleads For Justice For Slain TeenMichael Colon, 16, was shot and killed while walking his dog last month.
Deadline Arriving For Online Voter RegistrationIf you're planning to register to vote online, time is running out. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Arson Suspected In South Chicago FireThree adults and four children were displaced in the fire on Colfax Avenue.
5 Men Shot In East Garfield ParkThe mass shooting happened in the 200 block of North Sacramento Boulevard.
Man Dangles From Trump Tower, Threatens SuicideA SWAT team was negotiating late Sunday with the man, who was suspended from a 16th-floor landing.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Takes Advantage Of Early VotingChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot took advantage of early voting, casting her ballot Saturday afternoon. 
Chicago Archdiocese Removes Priest From St. Elizabeth Of The Trinity ParishFather Daniel McCarthy was removed from Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish in Jefferson Park. 
Large House Fire Burns In McHenryStrong winds caused significant damage around the Chicago area Saturday night, and strong winds may have even sparked a fire in the northwest suburbs. 
Chicago Weather: Cold With Scattered RainCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 7 a.m. forecast for Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020.
Volunteers Boarding Up Homes In Harvey AgainVolunteers on Saturday were again boarding up homes in south suburban Harvey, despite a battle with the mayor who wants them to stop.
Hundreds Gather For Women's March In ChicagoHundreds of people took to the Loop on Saturday for a Women’s March, carrying signs and making sure their voices were heard.
Chicago Archdiocese Removes Priest Amid Sexual Abuse InvestigationThe Archdiocese of Chicago said Saturday that a priest who had served at St. Elizabeth of the Triniity Parish and School has been asked to step aside amid sexual abuse allegations going back decades.
Strong Winds Bring Down Trees, Cause Problems With Outdoor DiningCBS 2's Steven Graves reports on the damage the high winds caused in the city and suburbs on Saturday.
Part 1: 'The Whole World's Watching: 20 Years Later,' A 1988 CBS 2 DocumentaryIn Part 1 of this 1988 documentary, CBS 2's Bill Kurtis has a look back at the tension and unrest that boiled over during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, along with a montage of video from that time.
COVID-19 Saliva Screening Begins At La Grange School District 105Screening for coronavirus has begun in a west suburban school district, as part of an effort to keep schools open in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak. CBS 2's Meredith Barack reports.
Strong Winds Send Tree Crashing Through SUV In SkokieStrong winds on Saturday caused damage throughout the Chicago area, including north suburban Skokie where a tree came crashing onto a sport-utility vehicle.
Windy Conditions Mean Trouble For Outdoor Dining In ChicagoWindy conditions on Saturday proved challenging for outdoor dining at Chicago restaurants. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
'Room 237: The Shining' Pop-Up Opens In ChicagoNow you can relive the 1980s horror flick "The Shining" at a new experience at Morgan Manufacturing in the West Loop in Chicago. The pop-up event, called Room 237, is taking on an entirely new feel. 
Ed's Driveway: Cadillac CT5-VIf you're not aware, driving a Cadillac can be an exhilarating experience, especially behind the wheel of a car like the CT5-V. This is absolutely a driver's car. 
Argument Leads To Car Chase, Crash In West TownFour people were hurt in a crash in Chicago's West Town neighborhood after an argument turned into a hit-and-run Friday night. 
'The Batman' Movie Films Overnight In Chicago's LoopScenes from the new batman movie are being filmed near Chicago's own Thompson Center. The production resumed filming a few weeks ago after Robert Pattinson's COVID-19 diagnosis forced them to hit pause. 
Customs Seizes Shipment Of Syringes From Chicago International Mail FacilityFederal agents seized a strange shipment of already filled syringes at a Chicago international mail facility. 
Two Teens Found Murdered In Lake County, IndianaPolice are investigating a double homicide in Lake County, Indiana, after a 17-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man were found dead.
Early Voting Begins For Detainees In Cook County JailEarly voting for the general election began Saturday for hundreds of inmates at the Cook County Jail. It is the first time inmates in the jail will get a chance to vote early in a general election. 

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