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Chicago Weather: Quiet Night AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, July 17, 2021.


Mask Mandate Returns In L.A. County Amid COVID Delta Variant SurgeLarge parts of California are returning to indoor mask rules and advisories with COVID-19 cases now on the rise in all 50 states. As CBS News’ Michael George reports, the increase is fueled largely by the highly-contagious Delta variant.


Sailboats Take Off For Race To Mackinac IslandCrowds gathered at Navy Pier Saturday to see an annual majestic spectacle make a return to Lake Michigan.


New Pedestrian Bridge Opens In Northwest Suburban RosemontCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Rosemont Mayor Brad Stephens cut the ribbon Saturday morning for a new pedestrian bridge in northwest suburban Rosemont.


Rep. Sean Casten Holds First In-Person Town Hall Meeting Since Pandemic BeganAs more people are gathering in groups, more elected officials are also now holding in-person town hall meetings.


Cook County To Expand Court Capacity For Criminal TrialsAs Illinois reopens, a backlog of felony court cases is looming.


Volunteers Provide COVID Vaccine Information At Back Of The Yards Farmers MarketInformation about COVID-19 vaccines was made available in Back of the Yards Sunday alongside fresh produce and handmade candles.


City Of Chicago Begins Hyperlocal COVID-19 Vaccine EventsAs the Delta variant of COVID-19 rapidly spreads, efforts to get more Chicagoans vaccinated have been stepped up. CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports.


Bond Denied For 17-Year-Old In Attempted Carjacking That Left Vietnam Veteran Keith Cooper DeadThe suspect in the Hyde Park attack has had brushes with the criminal justice system going back to when he was just 12 years old. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.


Chicago Weather: Cooler Temperatures, Lots Of SunshineCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 8 a.m. forecast for Saturday, July 17, 2021.


92-Year-Old Set To Tie Record For Most Races To Mackinac IslandThe Race to Mackinac started in 1898 with just five boats. More than 120 years later hundreds of sailors are prepping to set sail once again.


Man Shot By Woman During Argument In Chicago LoopA man was shot after getting into an argument in Chicago’s Loop early Saturday morning, Chicago police say. 


Sailing Race To Mackinac Island Starts In ChicagoThe cruising division got underway Friday afternoon, and sailboats begin Saturday before sailing across Lake Michigan.


1 Killed, 3 Injured In South Austin Shooting Four men were shot, one fatally, in Chicago’s South Austin neigbhorhood just before midnight Friday. 


Chicago Weather: Some Isolated Storms On SaturdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, July 16, 2021.


Furniture Among Items Majorly Delayed Due To COVID-19 Effect On Supply ChainsIf you’ve tried to order even basic furniture lately, you’ve likely been met with wait times lasting many months.


Travelers Pack Chicago Airports For Long-Awaited Trips Following COVID-19 PandemicAdd international trips to the mix and the airport hustle is increasingly intense: the jockeying to check in, the juggling of precious cargo, the desperation to not miss that flight – that long-awaited flight.  


13-Year-Old Girl Shot While Attempting To Steal Car At Kenosha Gas Station, Police SayA 13-year-old girl was shot while in the process of stealing a car in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Friday night, Kenosha police say.


Dozens Gather To Celebrate Life Of Keith Cooper, Vietnam Veteran Murdered In Hyde Park CarjackingFriday night dozens gathered to dance, sing and praise a Vietnam veteran murdered for his car, but the victim’s daughter had a stern message to the accused teens. 


Marijuana Sales Fund Antiviolence Programs In Chicago For SummerMarijuana sales are helping fund nearly two dozen antiviolence programs in Chicago this summer. 


2021 Race To Mackinac Island Begins After Last Year Canceled Due To COVID-19The cruising division got underway Friday afternoon, and sailboats begin Saturday before sailing across Lake Michigan.


Chance The ProducerTickets go on sale Friday for the Grammy award-winner’s new and first concert film called “Magnificent Coloring World.”


Off Duty Officer Charged With Hitting And Killing 9-Year-Old Boy On BikeAn off duty Chicago police officer is now cited with hitting and killing a 9-year-old boy riding his bike in West Rogers Park. 


Chicago Woman’s Unemployment Money Stolen In Possible Card Cloning IncidentA Chicago woman is asking where her unemployment money is after thousands of dollars suddenly vanished from her account, and she said there is absolutely no way someone had access to her debit card.