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Royal Opera Serenades London Commuters on this International Women’s DayIt was at a London train station on Tuesday that commuters enjoyed a very unique serenade. CBS News’ Rylee Carlson brings us this performance especially for International Women’s Day.

5 young golfers from Illinois traveled to Augusta for the Drive, Chip & Putt TournamentFive local kids drive, quibble, and try to seize the opportunity of a lifetime: to play and compete at the Augusta National Golf Club in preparation for the Masters. Reporting by Jackie Kostek of CBS 2.

The Shedd Aquarium’s New Book “Autograph” of PenguinsPenguin pride is in full swing at the Shedd Aquarium.

A family’s pain: Still awaiting arrests 3 years after supermarket owner was left for deadHe was a grocer loved by his neighbors in the Back of the Yards neighborhood, but nearly three years ago, investigators say he was followed to his home in Will County, tied up in his own trunk, robbed, then died trying to save his wife. Reporting by CBS 2’s Chris Tye.

Former Illinois State Senator Tom Cullerton pleads guilty to embezzlementFormer Illinois state senator Tom Cullerton pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a federal embezzlement case, admitting he took more than $250,000 in salary and benefits in a scam scheme. shadow pay involving the Teamsters union.

CTU says parents should be concerned about COVID safety, not whether teachers will go outThe Chicago Teachers Union has filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the State of Illinois regarding Chicago Public Schools’ decision to end its mask mandate next week.

Experts warn of scams that take advantage of those trying to help UkrainePeople around the world are horrified by the war in Ukraine, and many are coming up with creative ways to help. But experts warn that scammers are doing their best to cash in. Reporting by CBS News’ Naomi Ruchim.

CTU files unfair labor practice lawsuit against Chicago Public Schools over mask mandateCBS 2’s Marie Saavedra asked Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates if teachers would still be in class on Monday.

Inflation is a particular concern when it comes to childcareInflation is the highest we’ve seen in four decades, and you don’t have to look far for its impacts. Reports by CBS 2 investigator Megan Hickey.

Injuries reported in crash on I-80 near JolietInjuries were reported Tuesday in an accident on Interstate 80 eastbound near Joliet. Kris Habermehl reports from Chopper 2.

Crest Hill couple sentenced to probation for role in Capitol insurrectionA couple from the southwestern suburb of Crest Hill were sentenced to 18 months probation for their role in the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

McDonald’s temporarily closes all restaurants in RussiaMcDonald’s announced on Tuesday that it was temporarily closing all of its 850 restaurants in Russia in response to the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

A man shot and wounded at a red light in CiceroThe shooting happened at Central Avenue and Cermak Road. Kris Habermehl reports from Chopper 2.

Police are looking for a gunman who killed a mother of two on the South ShoreA shooting at a gas station on the South Shore left a woman dead this week. CBS 2’s Asal Rezaei reports.

17-year-old goaltender Gabriel Slonina is wise beyond his years for Chicago FireChicago Fire FC goaltender Gabriel Slonina now has six shutouts in 13 career starts. The Addison native is in his second season as a goalie for his hometown pro team. CBS 2 athletic director Marshall Harris caught up with the 17-year-old nicknamed “Gaga” to see how his first job is going and to find out more about the moniker.

Aurora Honors ‘POWER Women’ Support Group for City Employees on International Women’s DayTuesday is International Women’s Day and the western suburb of Aurora is honoring a new women’s resource group.

Chicago First Weather Alert: Two Calm and Sunny DaysCBS 2 meteorologist Laura Bannon has the latest 7-day forecast.

Kane County has crafted an ordinance to combat ‘extreme beekeeping’There may be new rules for local beekeepers in Kane County.

CTU Files Unfair Labor Practice Charges as CPS Plans to Leave Mask OptionalThe Chicago Teachers Union has filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the State of Illinois regarding Chicago Public Schools’ decision to end its mask mandate next week.

Adecco Hosts Job Fair for 100 Roles in JolietCBS 2 works for Chicago and tracks companies that are hiring.

Patton Elementary teachers in Riverdale on contract strikeElementary school teachers in the southern suburb of Riverdale are on strike.

Series of armed carjackings in Grand Crossing trigger police alertPolice are warning residents of armed carjackings in the Grand Crossing neighborhood.

Far North West woman says builder of her dream home took money, didn’t complete and went bankruptA dream home turned into a nightmare for a woman in the far northwest. Now she’s sounding the alarm to CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas about an entrepreneur conundrum.

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