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Woman Restrained By CPD Officer While Walking Dog Still Waiting For Police Report, Body Camera FootageLawyers for a Chicago woman who was restrained by a police officer last month while walking her dog on North Avenue beach say they still haven't received the name of the officer, a copy of the police report, or body camera footage.
School Bus Driver Shortage Has Kids Getting To School Late, And Some Worry It Could Get WorseBus drivers are doubling and tripling their routes, and kids getting to school an hour late – that is the reality caused by a bus driver shortage that’s showing no signs of letting up. As CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reported, companies are stretched thin – and some worry their jobs could soon get even harder.
Aurora Will Raise Mexico's Flag At Downtown Ceremony For Mexican Independence DayFor the first time ever, the national flag of Mexico will be raised in downtown Aurora.
What Is Chicago Doing About Residents' Complaints About Crumbling And Filthy Viaducts?A frustrated viewer reached out about his neighborhood viaduct. He's sent us pictures over the course of the summer showing his sidewalk blocked by garbage at different times. It's hardly the only walkway with this stinky situation. Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks how the city responds to 311 complaints of filth and more.
Female Wounded In Shooting On I-57 Near 159th StreetA person was shot early Thursday on Interstate 57 near south suburban Markham.
Hundreds Of Cars Drive Downtown To Celebrate Mexican Independence DayCar caravans celebrating Mexican Independence Day packed the streets of downtown Chicago overnight, but began winding down early Thursday morning.
Chicago Weather: Crisp Morning Start, But Heating Making ComebackCBS 2 Meteorologist Laura Bannon has the latest 7-day forecast.
Car Hits Officer Directing Traffic In South LoopTwo people were arrested early Thursday morning, after a driver struck a Chicago Police officer with his car while the officer was directing traffic in the South Loop. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Amid Spread Of Delta Variant, Conventions Rise To Challenge Of Holding Conferences At McCormick Place With MitigationsCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took us back inside McCormick Place to see how a convention can be held despite a spike in cases.
Sunny, Cooler Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Two More Carjackings Reported On Northwest Side In Bucktown, Hermosa Neighborhoods Police are investigating at least two more carjackings overnight in the Bucktown and Hermosa neighborhoods.
A Day After Wife's Funeral, In-Laws Told Great Grandfather He'd Have To Move Out Of His Westchester HomeA west suburban great-grandfather fears eviction is on the horizon. He's already been told to leave his house, not by an unhappy landlord but by his in-laws. Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains the unusual circumstances.
Postal Police Say It's Safe To Mail Checks After Instances Of Fraud In Park Ridge, But Expert Advises Thinking TwicePostal Police insist it’s safe to mail checks in Park Ridge, even after CBS 2 discovered a federal investigation into check fraud there. But at least one postal expert says you should think twice about that. He shared advice for customers with CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas.
Rain ReturnsCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Police Searching For Group Using Paintball Guns, Bats In String Of RobberiesThe group robbed people in West Humboldt Park and Cragin early Saturday morning and late Monday night. Victims told police the men also had guns.
Mayor Lightfoot Expected To Present Plan On Suing Street GangsHer proposal includes taking street gangs to court and using lawsuits to freeze their money and assets. 
Car Rear Ends Street Sweeper On Lake Shore Drive In Irving ParkTwo people were injured after a car rear-ended a city street sweeper on DuSable Lake Shore Drive in Irving Park early Tuesday morning. 
Chicago Therapist Wants To Take On Big Banks, Feels Changes To Her Account Are UnjustMany of us are used to free checking, but some big bank customers are facing a difficult choice: pay up or switch banks.
Several People Out Thousands Of Dollars After Fraudsters Get Hold Of Checks Dropped In Blue Mailboxes In Park RidgeWe've learned federal and local police are investigating a pattern of check fraud in northwest suburban Park Ridge. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas talked to several people who are out several thousand dollars.
Above Average Temperatures ContinueCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Southbound Bishop Ford Freeway Ramp To 130th Street Shut Down For Shooting InvestigationIllinois State Police shut down the southbound ramp to 130th Street after someone inside a car was shot. 
16-Year-Old Boy Shot While Walking Dog In South AustinPolice said the shooting took place in the first block of South Leamington Avenue around 12:25 a.m. A driver got out of his car, approached the 16-year-old and shot him.
Weekend Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.
Memorial With 3,000 Flags Honoring Victims Of 9/11 Returns To Oak Brook; 'We Need To Remember What Happened That Day'Nearly 3,000 stories wave in the wind; one flag for all lives cut short in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and the 3,000 families missing someone they love.

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