Finance Committee Backs $575,000 In Settlements For Two Lawsuits Accusing Police Of Misconduct

Finance Committee Backs $575,000 In Settlements For Two Lawsuits Accusing Police Of Misconduct

Finance Committee Backs $575,000 In Settlements For Two Lawsuits Accusing Police Of MisconductFollowing an unusually lengthy discussion, a key City Council committee on Monday signed off on paying a $175,000 settlement to a West Side family who were victims of police officers raiding the wrong apartment four years ago.

Gov. Pritzker Signs Criminal Justice Reform Bill Into LawGov. JB Pritzker signed a new criminal justice reform bill into law on Monday.

Mike Madigan Resigns As Illinois Democratic Party ChairmanThe former Illinois House Speaker’s resignation takes effect immediately.

Despite Social Media Posting Temptations, Don’t Try Walking On The LakeCBS 2’s Jim Williams reports while Lake Michigan may look frozen, as temperatures rise, visible ice is more fragile than it appears.

Video Shows Brauer House In Lombard Holding Concert That Appears To Have Large Crowd, Few Masks, No Social DistancingIt looks like a fun, pre-pandemic concert, but the only problem is, the videos of the show were snapped on Saturday night at a venue in west suburban Lombard.

Illinois Ranks Last For Administering Second COVID-19 ShotGov. JB Pritzker said there is a valid reason why it’s the case. CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports.

Chicago Weather: Winter Warm Up ContinuesCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.

Illinois Ranks Last Among States For People With Second COVID-19 Doses Per CapitaThe State of Illinois has touted its robust plan to rollout coronavirus vaccine statewide. So why are we at the very bottom of the list for second rounds shots of vaccine, per capita? CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports.

Teens Charged With CarjackingGas station surveillance video helped detectives link the teens to the carjacking, after they were arrested for an unrelated crime over the weekend.

Chicago Weather: A Mild Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has a look at the forecast for the upcoming week.

Seniors In Evanston Receive First Vaccination Dose MondayIt’s part of a program with a goal of making sure low income seniors, living in units owned by the Housing Authority of Cook County, are vaccinated. 

Possible Shooting In SummitNeither the police department nor the fire department there will comment on the incident.

Vacant House Collapses In CanaryvilleAccording to the Chicago Fire Department, the roof of a two-story house, located at 500 W. 44th St., collapsed just after 3:20 a.m.

United Airlines Grounds 2 Dozen Boeing 777 AircraftsChicago-based Boeing is grounding all of its 777 airplanes equipped with the type of engine that suffered a catastrophic failure over Denver on Saturday.

Hyde Park Art Center Reopens MondayThe art center has three new exhibits, showcasing Chicago artists.

Celebrating Black History Makers: Jaquie Algee Has Spent Decades Fighting For Civil Rights And EquityJaquie Algee fights for civil rights, workers’ rights and so much more. For this CBS 2 Chicago History Maker – change begins when you mobilize and march.

Kane County Doesn’t Have A Mass-COVID-19-Vaccination Site, But Official Says It’s Not Necessary Yet With Modest Number Of DosesThe number of coronavirus vaccine locations seems to be continuously growing – while our supply is dwindling.

The Controversial Tradition Of Chicago ‘Dibs’There are few things that can spark as fierce an argument in this city as those topics, but the age-old practice of dibs may be one of them.

Chicago Weather: Warmup In EffectCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.

Coronavirus Infections Dropping, But Experts Still Have WarningsThe U.S. will soon have 500,000 confirmed deaths from the novel coronavirus. CBS News’ Nancy Chen has some perspective and the latest in the fight against the pandemic.

3 People Critically Wounded In South Shore ShootingThree people were shot early Sunday afternoon on Muskegon Avenue in the South Shore neighborhood.

Spring Training 2021: New Pitchers Settling In For Cubs, White SoxThe Cubs’ Zach Davies talks about learning from Kyle Hendricks, and the White Sox’ Lance Lynn emphasizes that the team has World Series aspirations.

Published at Mon, 22 Feb 2021 16:45:00 +0000

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