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Police return to work in RobbinsPolice in the southern suburbs of Robbins will return to work on Tuesday after scores of people called and failed to show up for their shifts to protest poor working conditions.

Mayor Lightfoot asks state attorney’s office to reconsider charges in North Austin shootingThe Cook County State Attorney’s Office has decided not to lay charges after five people were arrested in a shooting that left one dead in the North Austin neighborhood.

‘It’s epic’CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports that Facebook, Instagram and What’s App were out for several hours on Monday, triggering disruption around the world.

City defends quiet contract extension for ShotSpotter gunshot detection technologyChicago Police came under fire on Monday for a controversial contract extension for the gunshot detection system known as ShotSpotter – an issue we’ve been discovering at CBS 2 for months. CBS 2 investigator Megan Hickey reports.

Gunshot man found in Lincoln Park apartment building, then fire breaks outChicago police and firefighters were first called to a Lincoln Park apartment building with a gunshot victim, then a fire broke out in the same building. CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports.

Weather in Chicago: A Wet Week AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis checks the forecast.

CBS 2 investigators update: Chicagoan finally gets his high school transcriptLast month, CBS 2 reported how David Shields was struggling to enter college because his transcripts were missing. After the CBS 2 investigators report, Shields obtained his missing papers from the CPS.

Lincoln Park building fireThe fire department was first called to an apartment building in Lincoln Park for a gunshot victim, then a fire broke out in the same building.

Facebook and Instagram crashed for hours around the worldCBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports that social media giant Facebook hit a brick wall early Monday, which put her, Instagram and What’s App on ice for several hours on Monday.

Man in critical condition after attempted hijacking near Superdawg restaurantA 40-year-old man remains in critical condition after an attempted hijacking on the northwest side on Sunday evening.

Police investigate South Austin ATM theftsPolice load an ATM into a truck and transport it. Suzanne Le Mignot of CBS 2 reports that officers recovered the machine but the thieves fled.

Numerous questions after the Auburn Gresham building warden was shot by policeA beloved guard at an Auburn Gresham apartment building has died after being shot by police on Monday morning. CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports.

Indiana water supply facility restarted after brown American steel was released into Lake MichiganA utility restarted a water treatment plant in northwest Indiana a week after idling it after iron-contaminated sewage was released from a US Steel plant in a tributary of Lake Michigan. Katie Johnston reports.

Facebook, Instagram Crash Worldwide, the social media giant “apologizes for the inconvenience”Facebook, along with its Instagram and What’s App platforms, have crashed. Katie Johnston reports.

Weather in Chicago: rain this weekCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon examines the extended forecast.

Police find ATMs in Chicago neighborhoodA big find by Chicago Police on Monday morning in the South Austin neighborhood.

Man shot and killed by CPD agent answering domestic call in GreshamThe Chicago Police Department confirmed that the officer was responding to a domestic call just after 7:30 a.m. in the 7700 block of South Carpenter Street when the man in his 30s was shot.

As a Hispanic woman, Estelle Garcia breaks down barriers in the transport sectorHispanic Heritage Month continues and we honor the accomplishments of an Oak Lawn mom.

Man in critical condition after attempted hijacking near Superdawg restaurant on the northwest sidePolice said the man was walking towards his Range Rover near the Superdawg restaurant in the 6400 block of North Milwaukee Avenue around 8 p.m. when someone with a gun asked for his keys.

Robbins cops fail to show up for work to protest working conditionsPolice in the southern suburbs of Robbins are taking a stand against what they call poor working conditions, and many officers have not shown up for their shifts.

Chances of rain lingerCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the forecast.

President Biden frustrated by loophole in his own party that blocks national agendaDivisions between moderate and progressive Democrats have blocked President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill and a broader national agenda. As CBS News’s Tom Hanson explains, the president says he’s ready to fight to make sure he gets back on track.

Jeep taken at gunpoint on Friday and returned, to be stolen againA woman was hijacked from her Jeep at gunpoint on Friday, but recovered the vehicle – only to have it stolen again two days later in another part of town.

Weather in Chicago: Scattered fog possibleCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has your real-time weather forecast at 10 p.m. for Sunday, October 3, 2021.

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