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Skeletal Remains Found In Waukegan WoodsA person told officers he was walking in the woods when he discovered the remains, police said.
Kenilworth No Longer Dry; Village Board OK's Liquor-License OrdinanceThere was a time when most of the North Shore was dry, no liquor sales. Kenilworth has been one of the last bastions -- until now.
Motorists Push Back At Overly Enthusiastic Parking Enforcement AideTo add insult to injury, the ticket-writer took to social media to boast about his volume of work. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
2 Investigators: Harvey Paid $19,000 For Judgment Against Mayor's SisterCBS 2's Pam Zekman went digging in the south suburb, and at one point got ejected from the home of the woman at the center of the controversy.
Halftime In Springfield, Illinois Still Without A BudgetWith the state legislative session already half over, is Illinois closer to a budget or a government shutdown?
Security Heightened Across Cook County Courthouses After London AttackIllinois State Police reminded citizens to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity. "If you see something, say something."

Politics

Halftime In Springfield, Illinois Still Without A BudgetWith the state legislative session already half over, is Illinois closer to a budget or a government shutdown?
Illinois House Votes Against Making Obama Birthday A State HolidayRep. Steven Andersson, R-Geneva, says the state can't afford a paid day off for employees, given the current budget problems.
Rauner, Mendoza Clashing Over Taxpayer MoneyState Comptroller Mendoza accused Gov. Rauner of holding money and special funds in the event of a government shutdown over the budget.
Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Trump-Backing Cleveland Pastor Cancels Tuesday 'Summit'Cleveland-area pastor Darrell Scott abruptly canceled a planned meeting Tuesday with “street leaders” eager to bring an end to violence in Chicago with the help of President Donald Trump.
Chicago Triples 'Grace Period' For Red-Light CamerasChicago motorists caught on camera blowing through red lights will have triple the “grace period” before being slapped with $100 tickets, under a change made Monday that could reduce the number of tickets issued by nearly a third.

Business

Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Rehabilitation Institute Of Chicago Gets New Home, New NameDoctors, patients, and staff from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago have been preparing to move into a new $550 million facility in Streeterville, which will feature a new name for the renowned hospital.
Will People Live On As Digital Personalities?The ability to leave behind your digital presence presents a moral dilemma, one tech observer says.
U.S. Case Against Russian-Backed Hackers A Wake-Up Call To Consumers: ExpertIt was a nefarious partnership: two spies with Russia's Federal Security Service joining two criminal hackers, who broke into the half-billion Yahoo accounts.
With Construction Rebounding, Sprinkler Fitters Seek New ApprenticesHundreds of people hungry for good-paying jobs stood outside in the cold for hours in in southwest suburban Countryside on Tuesday in order to apply to become sprinkler-fitter apprentices.
State Makes Last-Gasp Pitch To Build 3rd Chicago Area AirportA long-discussed third Chicago regional airport could get a final chance at becoming reality, as state officials seek a private developer to build and operate the facility.

Entertainment

Kelsea Ballerini, Tim McGraw And Faith Hill Added To List Of 2017 ACM Performers
ACM Awards Watch: Single, Song And Album Of The Year
Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne And Jon Pardi Take Home New Artist ACM AwardsMorris, Pardi and Brothers Osbourne all took home early ACM Awards.
Gary Sinise Discusses His Role On Criminal Minds: Beyond BordersGary Sinise discusses his role on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Criminals Minds: Beyond Borders airs Wednesdays at 10/9c only on CBS.
Ravinia Summer Schedule Includes Tony Bennett, Willie Nelson, Aretha FranklinThe season runs June 3 to Sept. 17. Donors will get first crack at tickets beginning March 22, followed by the general public on May 9.
Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere Date RevealGame of Thrones season seven premiere date to be revealed on Facebook Live.

Health

Second Wave Of Mumps Hits Barrington SchoolsHealth officials have confirmed three new cases at Barrington Middle School, and now families are on alert. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Advocate Doctors Help African Baby Born With Four Legs, Two SpinesA 10-month-old girl from West African underwent a unique surgery earlier this month at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge, after she was born with four legs and two spines.
Rehabilitation Institute Of Chicago Gets New Home, New NameDoctors, patients, and staff from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago have been preparing to move into a new $550 million facility in Streeterville, which will feature a new name for the renowned hospital.
Illinois Lottery Launches Instant Ticket To Help Find Multiple Sclerosis CureThe Illinois Lottery has announced the latest version of a scratch-off game to benefit researchers seeking a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.
Cook County Braces For Potential Financial Hit From Trump Healthcare PlanThe plan's Medicaid component would mean less money for needy residents. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Colon Cancer Cases On The Rise In Patients Under 50Colon cancer is no longer a disease just for seniors.

Tech

Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Take A Stunning Two Minute Trip Around The World With This VideoWatch this two minute and thirty second video to take a quick tour of some of the globe's most breathtaking sights.
CPD Launches Second High-Tech Hub To Fight Violent CrimeThe Chicago Police Department has unveiled the second of its two new Strategic Decision Support Centers, which will use high-tech tools to predict where violent crime might happen.
Made In Chicago: McCrone Group Analytical LabFounded 60 years ago and located in Westmont is a company that is under the microscope.
Chicago Police To Unveil High-Tech Additions To Crime-Fighting PlansPart of the city’s crime-fighting plan is to open two strategic decision support centers, in direct partnership with the University of Chicago Crime Lab.
Old Motorola Headquarters Coming Down, New Data Center To Replace ItDemolition will soon begin on a 63-year old building in Franklin Park that once served as the headquarters for the Motorola Corporation.

CBS National News

Girl allegedly sexually assaulted on Facebook Live now receiving death threats: familyThe girl, who went missing Sunday and who was sexually assaulted by five or six men or boys in the video, police said
How U.S. authorities are working to protect citizens from vehicle attacksAnti-ram barriers called bollards can stop a truck going 50 miles per hour; but pedestrians will always be vulnerable
Fire destroys church recently purchased by white supremacistCraig Cobb once tried to start an Aryan enclave in Leith, North Dakota
Police question parents' account of deadly shooting of son, 9Police suspect inconsistencies in Wendy Lavarnia's story about her 2-year-old fatally shooting his older brother Monday

CBS World News

Little girl snatches Pope Francis' skullcap"She does what she wants," said Estella Westrick's father
Woman pulled from London river after bridge attackMetropolitan Police said five people were killed -- including the attacker -- and at least 40 people were injured in the attack
Little girl grabs Pope Francis' skullcapPope Francis was leaning in to kiss three-year-old Estella Westrick, when the rambunctious little girl thought it would be funny to grab his skullcap. The swipe brought a big smile to the pope's face. Seth Doane has more.
Attack outside British Parliament leaves five dead, including cop and attackerAt least five people, including the attacker, were killed and many more injured after a car and knife attack outside British Parliament Wednesday. The attacker was killed by police. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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