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Man Shot Near Millennium Park After Argument Has Died: FamilyCBS 2’s Charlie De Mar talks with the brother of Peter Fabbri, the 54-year-old victim.
Officials: 1 Dead After Being Pulled From Lake In Rogers ParkThe person was taken to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston and later pronounced dead, officials said.
Man Dies 3 Months After Being Struck By Trains In Garfield RidgeNicholas Fox, 53, was pronounced dead at 3:59 a.m. Sunday at Kindred Hospital in Northlake.
Iconic TV Show 'Cheers' Hits Chicago StageCheers Live on Stage is at the Broadway Playhouse through October 23rd.
7 Killed, 39 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsSeven men were killed and at least 36 other people have been wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday evening.
Pickup Crashes Into House In Round Lake BeachThe entire pickup nearly went into the house, with “only about 18 inches” outside of the building.

Politics

Emanuel Touts Teen Mentoring, A Major Prong Of His Anti-Crime StrategyCritics have issues with the wider proposal to reverse violence in Chicago. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.
City Transforms Clinic At South Side School Into Community Healthcare CenterCity government is using money from the tax on electronic cigarettes to expand the health clinic at the John Drake Elementary School into a full service primary care health center.
Rahm Runs With CPD Recruits, Calls On City To 'Strap On Your Shoes' To Fight CrimeHours after outlining his blueprint for reducing gun violence in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel went for a pre-dawn run with a group of police recruits, and reiterated his plan to get more cops on the streets, and provide mentors to youths in high-crime communities.
Emanuel To Deliver Major Speech On Chicago CrimeChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will deliver his new, more comprehensive public safety plan for the nation's third-largest city on Thursday, drawing a spotlight on his leadership amid a troubling spike in street violence and an ongoing Department of Justice investigation of his police department.
Gary Mayor: Trump Never Delivered On Promise Of New DevelopmentsRepublican Nominee Donald Trump gambled and won a coveted casino license in Gary. But as CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards asks, did he make Gary great again?
City Hiring Hundreds New Cops Signals Political ReversalHe insisted the cost of new cops will be covered in the 2017 budget, without new taxes.

Business

After The Bell: Stocks Rally For Second Day After Fed's Non-MoveStocks traded sharply higher on Thursday as investors sifted through a host of economic data and have had time to fully digest the latest non-move by the Federal Reserve.
Retailers Warn Against Possible Cook County Soda TaxRetailers were speaking out Wednesday amid published reports Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is considering a new tax on sugary soft drinks, up to a penny an ounce.
Evanston Officials Say Home Depot Owes City $15,000Evanston says the city’s been trying to collect money raised from the sale of yard-waste stickers. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Major Makeover For South Loop Along Chicago RiverThe Riverline project is a massive undertaking. When it's done, new condos will stretch from Roosevelt Road to Harrison Street between the Chicago River and Wells Street.
Young Entrepreneur Turns Family Treat Into Dream BusinessSince he was a baby, Jayden Hammond's parents have taught him the benefits of entrepreneurship. Needless to say, his parents were excited when, at 12-years-old, he asked if he could start a gourmet vegan popcorn company.
Chicago Laundromat Owners Oppose Emanuel's Proposed Water Tax HikeThey say the revenue-generating increase would trickle down to people who use the laundromats. WBBM Political Craig Dellimore reports.

Entertainment

Founding Father Of 'Hamilton' Accepts Arts Award In ChicagoWunderkind Lin-Manuel Miranda, who created the Broadway smash, accepted an honor from Chicago's National Puerto Rican Museum of Art and Culture. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
'Star Trek,' Which Debuted 50 Years Ago, Foreshadowed Smart Phones, Other Innovations“Star Trek,” the sci-fi phenomenon, debuted 50 years ago. It promised a world full of hope and technological advances.
Actor Hugh O'Brian, TV's 'Wyatt Earp,' Dies At 91The actor established Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership.
At MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West Speaks Out About Chicago Gun ViolenceKanye West speaks about Chicago's gun violence at MTV's Video Music Awards.
Movie About The Obamas' First Date Opens, But How Accurate Is The Flick?It's called "Southside with You," and is based on the pivotal experience between America's first couple. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Eddie Vedder Halts Wrigley Concert To Kick Out Unruly FanPearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder brought Monday night’s concert to a sudden halt when he apparently saw a man in the Wrigley Field crowd harassing a woman, and kicked the man out.

Health

Madigan Files Suit Against Drug Company Over Blocking GenericsIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan filed an antitrust lawsuit Friday against Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceutical, now known as Indivior, alleging that they attempted to alter one of their drugs in a scheme to block generic competitors.
Chicago Vets Seeing More Cases Of Potentially Fatal Dog DiseaseHumans can also be affected if their pets get sick, CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Campus Sexual Assault: Two Survivors' StoriesAway from home their first year on campus, two college freshmen never thought they would become the faces of a national epidemic. CBS 2's Irika Sargent reports.
Loyola Medicine Opens New Program For Concussed AthletesLoyola University Medical Center hopes to make concussion examinations an easier process with a new program.
U Of C Breaks Ground On Trauma Center Activists Have Long DemandedAfter years of protest, the University of Chicago listened. A grieving mother is grateful. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.
Drug To Prevent Migraines Being Researched By Chicago DoctorIt can strike quick and leave you unable to do anything, sometimes for days. Migraines debilitate more than 33 million people nationwide. Now a new clinical study is showing positive results in preventing them.

Tech

FAA Warns Travelers Not To Use New Samsung Phone On PlanesSamsung has issued a global recall of all Note 7 smartphones, after finding the lithium-ion batteries of some of the phones have exploded or caught fire.
Lawmaker Proposes Law To Help Remove Pokémon Go StopsProposed legislation introduced in Springfield Wednesday would require those who manage Pokémon Go and similar games to remove stops within two days of a request, and to make it easy to do so.
University Of Illinois To Research How To Secure Nation's Power GridThe University of Illinois has received nearly $19 million from the federal government to study threats to the nation’s power grid and come up with ways to survive an attack.
Players Should Use Caution With Popular 'Pokemon Go' AppOnly days since its launch, one app is being called a cultural phenomenon.
Cook County Unveils Upgraded Government WebsiteCook County has made a major upgrade to its official government website, and officials said it’s truly user-friendly now.
Lawmakers To Discuss Cybersecurity Threats At Chicago HearingIn a series of hearings, members of Congress want to hear how government and the private sector can work together to ward off cyber threats.

CBS National News

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CBS World News

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