Aurora Police, Social Workers Partner To Respond To Calls TogetherA program pairing Aurora police officers with social workers is far exceeding the need in the community. 
ISP Enforcing Indoor Dining Ban As Local Governments Flout RestrictionsIn many areas of Illinois, city halls are not in step with the governor. Some mayors are even instructing local police to look the other way on enforcing the indoor ban. 
Manhunt Underway After Mass Shooting At Mayfair Mall In WauwatosaMultiple people were shot Friday afternoon at the Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and police are still searching for the shooter.
Ald. Lopez On Being The Target Of VandalsCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov spoke to the Chicago Alderman about why people are throwing bricks through his office windows.
Search For Hit And Run Driver Who Killed A WomanCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports the family of the woman wants the public's help to find the driver who hit her and fled the scene.
'We're Ready'CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports a shipping company near O'Hare Airport says it's ready to distribute the millions of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine once it becomes available.
Mass Shooting At Mayfair Mall In Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Shooter 'At Large'Multiple people were shot Friday afternoon at the Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and police are still searching for the shooter.
Kyle Rittenhouse Bonds Out Of JailThe 17-year-old Antioch, Illinois teen charged with killing two people during protests in Kenosha posted a $2 million dollar bail.
Amazon Donates Meals To Greater Chicago Food DepositoryThe Greater Chicago Food Depository is one of several organizations getting emergency meals courtesy of Amazon.
Chatham Walmart Supercenter Reopens, Featuring New Health CenterEven as retailers in Illinois face new capacity limits in the state’s latest effort to curb the resurgent pandemic, there's a good feeling in Chicago's Chatham neighborhood this morning, as the Walmart on 83rd Street reopens for business. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: UmaUma is the PAWS Dog of the Week. She a sweet and very smart German Shepherd looking for a loving forever home.
Millennium Park Christmas Tree Lighting Looks Much Different Amid PandemicLast year, there was a packed crowd at Millennium Park full of Christmas excitement for the annual tree lighting. This year with the coronavirus pandemic, not so much. But as CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports, the tree lighting went ahead anyway.
Jim Oberweis Calls For Discovery Recount In 14th Congressional District RaceThe Republican candidate in 14th Illinois Congressional District plans to take advantage of an Illinois law that allows for a “discovery recount.” It involves a certain number of precincts to determine if there is a need for a full recount.
Records Show One In Three Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Claimants Is Not Getting PaidOn Thursday night, we uncovered new information about the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program - with CBS 2’s Tara Molina learning thousands who are active in that system aren’t getting paid at all.
Lou Holtz Tests Positive For COVID-19The former Notre Dame football coach tells a South Carolina TV station he does not have a lot of energy, but is recovering.
Statewide COVID-19 Restrictions Begin At Midnight Affecting Casinos, Museums, RetailPritzker said earlier this week that new statewide restrictions will go into effect on Friday to curb the out-of-control spread of coronavirus. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Reopening Of South Side WalmartCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports, a Walmart store in Chicago's Chatham neighborhood will now have a new health center.
500 Food Boxes Given Out At St. Sabina ChurchHundreds of drivers lined up outside St. Sabina Church in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Thursday, for food.
Red Cross Now Helping Six People After Chatham FireThe Red Cross is now helping six people with a place to stay after a fire in Chicago's Chatham neighborhood Thursday. High winds did not hep firefighters battling the fire believed to have started in a hair salon and 82nd and Cottage Grove. Several businesses and apartments were burned. 
Hilco Agrees to $370,000 Settlement After Smokestack DemolitionThe demolition sent an enormous dust cloud over Little Village in April.
COVID Cases Not Dropping Off SignificantlyBecause of rising COVID rates, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker said the state will undergo mitigation restrictions starting Friday.
Man Charged With Buying Rifle Used By Kyle Rittenhouse In Kenosha Protests To Stand TrialThe man charged with buying the rifle used by Kyle Rittenhouse during deadly protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, will stand trial. 
Illinois Sees New Spike In Unemployment Fraud CasesScammers can get your Social Security number and use it to unlock your unemployment benefits – even if you’re still gainfully employed. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.

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