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Coldest Night Of Season So FarCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 11 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020.

80s-Era Michael Jordan Memorabilia Fetches High Bids At AuctionThe COVID-19 pandemic isn’t keeping sports fans from shelling out plenty of cash for basketball memorabilia – including items from Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan.

High School Athletes March To Gov. Pritzker’s HouseHigh school athletes are not giving up their fight to get back on the playing field despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Pop-Up Food Pantry Finds Permanent Home In LakeviewA pop-up food pantry in Lakeview helps people in need every Sunday afternoon, and every Chicagoan is invited.

Family Of Nurse Frank Aguilar Wants Closure Nearly A Year After His MurderA suspect in the shooting that killed a nurse in Little Village last year is due in court this week.

Boy, 7, Hit By Car In South ChicagoA 7-year-old boy was hit by a car Sunday afternoon in the South Chicago neighborhood.

Woman Carjacked In Broad Daylight In Logan SquareA pair of bold thieves pulled off a carjacking in Logan Square in broad daylight on Sunday.

Car Crashes Into House After West Englewood ShootoutA Sunday afternoon shootout in the West Englewood neighborhood ended with a car plowed into a house and at least three men injured, and a car crashed into a house afterward. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports.

President Trump Rides Past Supporters As He Fights COVID-19President Donald Trump said he has learned a lot about COVID-19, and meanwhile, the White House physician said the president’s blood oxygen level dropped to concerning levels twice in recent days. CBS News’ Skyler Henry reports.

Coldest Night Of The Season ComingCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has a RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020.

Remdisivir, Drug Administered To President Trump As He Battles COVID-19, Went Through Clinical Trials In ChicagoThere is a local Chicago tie to the drug that is being administered to President Donald Trump is using to recover from COVID-19.

Cool Day Ahead; Warmup On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.

More Questions Than Answers About President Trump’s COVID-19 DiagnosisAs President Donald Trump receives treatment, more questions keep cropping up about the timeline of his diagnosis. CNN’s Emily Schmidt reports.

Light Rain Ends Early SundayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020.

Dozens Rally In Union Park Against Evictions, For Help For UnemployedDozens of people attended a rally at Union Park on the Near West Side Saturday, calling for more financial support for the unemployed.

The Chicago Connection To Remdesivir, Drug Being Administered To President Trump For COVID-19There is a local Chicago tie to the drug that is being administered to President Donald Trump is using to recover from COVID-19. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports.

White House Says President Trump ‘Not Out Of The Woods Yet’ With COVID-19President Donald Trump said he was feeling better in a video recorded Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. CBS News’ Natalie Brand reports.

Rain Late Saturday, Early SundayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 6 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020.

Protest Calls For End To Sexual Harassment, Assault In MilitaryServicemembers and civilians gathered in Humboldt Park Saturday to call for an end to sexual harassment and assault in the military.

Chicago Gun Turn-In Nets Impressive NumberChicago Police and the People’s Church of the Harvest hosted the no-questions-asked event Saturday afternoon.

SUV Crashes Into Kenosha Gas StationA sport-utility vehicle crashed into a gas station on Sheridan Road in Kenosha early Saturday.

Man Dies In Lawndale Apartment Building FireA man died overnight from a fire in Chicago’s Lawndale neighborhood, in an apartment building.

Rev. Jesse Jackson Joins Families Of Breonna Taylor, Jacob Blake In Call For JusticeThe Rev. Jesse Jackson on Saturday met with the families of Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake in a call for justice and equality.

Dolton Event Highlights Voter Registration, Census, COVID-19 TestingGet out the vote, make yourself count, and stay well – those three messages were loud and clear Saturday morning at a special event in south suburban Dolton.

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