Is Funding To Replace Illinois’ Lead Water Lines In 2022 Going To Be Enough?

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Problems Persist For Victims Of Unemployment FraudUnemployment fraud victims in Illinois are being revictimized, and the state does not have an explanation why. CBS 2’s Tara Molina reports.

New Illinois Cannabis Education Center Will Help Those Interested In The IndustryA local cannabis company is offering classes to help people who want to get into the industry.

Massive CPS School Bus Driver Shortage Persists Deep Into School YearCPS is still dealing with a massive bus driver shortage related to the pandemic, and some parents are not taking the option of financial compensation for other transportation. CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports.

‘It’s Supposed To Be Fun, Not Anxiety Provoking’CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports, people are beginning to question their holiday plans. That’s because we’re not just seeing cases increase locally, but all across the globe.

Chicago Weather: A Quiet Christmas On The HorizonCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.

Outside Firm Says Mayor Lightfoot Didn’t Purposely Conceal Information In Anjanette Young’s Raid After Independent ReviewMayor Lori Lightfoot did not purposely conceal information about the botched raid at Anjanette Young’s home in 2019, when the innocent social worker was handcuffed naked in front of a dozen male officers, according to an outside investigation ordered by the mayor.

Dyer, Indiana Fire Engulfs BuildingThe building on fire is a company that manufactures gun safes. So far, no word of anyone being hurt.

Is Funding To Replace Illinois’ Lead Water Lines In 2022 Going To Be Enough?A total of $106 million is headed to Illinois next year to replace the network of lead pipes that have left many residents – Chicagoans in particular – drinking dangerous, lead-laced water.

Lockdown Lifted After 2 Guns Were Found At Evanston High SchoolEvanston Township High School was locked down for most of the day on Thursday after police found two guns inside the school, but students have since been sent home.

1 Dead, Firefighter Among 3 People In Critical Condition After Apartment Building Fire In Belmont CentralOne person died and three people, including a Chicago Firefighter, are in critical condition after a fire in Belmont Central.

Jones Day Law Firm Says City Did Not Act Maliciously In Anjanette Young CaseMayor Lori Lightfoot did not purposely conceal information about the botched raid at Anjanette Young’s home in 2019, when the innocent social worker was handcuffed naked in front of a dozen male officers, according to an outside investigation ordered by the mayor.

Two Guns Recovered At Evanston Township High School; Individuals DetainedEvanston Township High School has been locked down as police investigate after finding two guns in the school on Thursday.

Clean Up Begins After High Winds Damage Parts Of Trees And Traffic Poles Across The CityThe big clean-up is on following last night’s windstorms where speeds reached up to 70 miles per hour.

Montessori School Of Englewood Kept Their Kids Fed During Pandemic, Now They’ve Rallied AgainMorning Insider Marissa Parra got a behind-the-scenes look at one Englewood school that is stepping up to meet family needs.

Northwestern Medicine Launches Nation’s First Urology Clinic Targeted Toward Needs Of Gay And Bisexual MenIn a groundbreaking new approach, Northwestern University has opened the country’s first ever urology clinic tailored to gay and bisexual men.

Semi Truck Rolls Off Dan Ryan Expressway Onto 26th Street In ChinatownA semi truck rolled off the Dan Ryan Expressway onto 26th Street in Chinatown. 

High Winds Lead To Downed Trees, Damaged Cars Throughout The Chicago AreaCBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reported live from Uptown where wind damage is being cleared. 

High Wind Warning In Effect Until 9 A.M.CBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.

4 People, Including Firefighter, In Critical Condition After Apartment Building Fire In Belmont CentralFour people, including a Chicago Firefighter, are in critical condition after a basement fire in Belmont Central. 

Chicago Weather: Dangerous Wind Gusts Blast Through AreaCBS 2 Meteorologist Albert Ramon has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021.

Man Furious After Being Confronted By Would-Be Carjackers On Way To Elementary SchoolAn employee was on his way to work at an elementary school in the Humboldt Park neighborhood Wednesday morning, and it’s safe to say it was the last place the Chicago man thought he would be the victim of an attempted carjacking. CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports.

Police: Women Steal Items From Two Magnificent Mile Stores, Use Stun Gun On Security GuardTwo women stole items from two different stores on the Magnificent Mile Wednesday evening, and one of them used a stun gun on a security guard, police said.

Dangerous Winds Bring Down Trees, Cause Damage Throughout Chicago AreaA High Wind Warning is in effect, and the worst was yet to come as of 10 p.m. CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports from Uptown, and Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has the latest on the weather.

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December 16, 2021 at 06:43PM

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