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2 Investigators: Mistakes, Delays At Dialysis Centers Caused Deaths Of 2 Women, Families SayThe patients would both be alive today if the centers had called ambulances when they were needed. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
WATCH: Car Thieves Foiled At Northwest Side Auto DealershipThis week’s aborted attempt by thieves to steal high-end cars from a Northwest Side dealership shows how auto sellers are fighting back against the crime trend.
2 Workers Beat Child At Suburban Center For Developmentally Disabled: SheriffOne staff member at Little City restrained the special-needs boy while the other staff member punched him with fists and hit him with a bucket, authorities allege.
U Of I Has Spate Of Reported Sexual AssaultsPolice sent out alerts after the first three incidents, but none for the two reported this past weekend.
Aurora Cops Help Girl, Grandmother Move To Nicer ApartmentIt’s moving day for Sheila Jackson, but she doesn't have to do any of the heavy lifting.
Two SUVs Shot On I-57, No One InjuredIllinois State Trooper Anthony Martino says they received calls at about 2:20 p.m. about multiple vehicles hit by bullets.

Politics

CPS Latino Advisory Committee Resigns Over School Budget CutsCPS Latino Advisory Committee chairman Jose Rico said his committee’s recommendations have fallen on deaf ears at the board, and that schools with mostly Latino students have the least amount of money spent on them.
Chicago's Undocumented Wonder: What Will Happen To My Children?Immigration advocates say fear of deportation is widespread. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Aldermen In High-Crime Wards Defy Emanuel Over Use Of Surplus MoneyMayor Emanuel wants to plant trees and upgrade parks. But some aldermen insist that cash must go to fighting crime.
25 Immigrants Are Now American CitizensThey came to America from 15 different nations, but 25 immigrants are now American citizens.
Protesters To Mark Trump's First Month In Office On Presidents DayAs President Donald Trump prepares to unveil a revised travel ban, protesters were preparing to gather at Trump Tower in Chicago on Monday, for the second day in a row of demonstrations against the president’s immigration policies.
Anita Alvarez: 'I Do Feel Like The Scapegoat'The Cook County State’s Attorney sat down with CBS 2’s Brad Edwards to discuss Chicago street violence, policing and what her future holds.

Business

Aldermen Vote To Scale Back Airbnb RegulationsA City Council panel has given preliminary approval to changes in the regulations governing Airbnb and other vacation home-sharing websites, only eight months after aldermen passed the original ordinance.
Joliet Throws Hat Into Ring As Possible Caterpillar HQThe construction machinery and equipment company announced plans to relocate its top executives. It hasn't indicated whether its moving to Chicago or to the suburbs.
Made In Chicago: Eat PurelyWhen you walk into a warehouse on the Near West Side, you can smell and hear what's cooking, as the employees at Eat Purely are busy preparing and packing up lunches for hundreds awaiting delivery.
Emanuel Revives Daley's Dream Of O'Hare Express TrainsMayor Rahm Emanuel has vowed to resurrect a plan to provide express trains between O’Hare International Airport and downtown Chicago, a project long touted but ultimately abandoned by his predecessor, Richard M. Daley.
Thieves Hitting Utility Boxes Across ChicagoAt 100 pounds apiece, why would anyone take what's inside them? CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Big Challenge For Auto Makers: Getting Millennials To Buy CarsBut they've got some strategies that appear to be paying off, CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.

Entertainment

2017 ACM NomineesFull list of 2017 ACM nominees.
Katherine Heigl Battles "Doubt" In CBS' Newest DramaKatherine Heigl stars in the new courtroom drama, "Doubt." Tune in every Wednesday at 10/9c, only on CBS.
2017 GRAMMYs RecapComplete recap of the 59th annual GRAMMYs.
Northern Illinois University Professor, Alum Win Grammy AwardsChance the Rapper stole the spotlight at the Grammys on Sunday, but he wasn’t the only person from Illinois to bring home the gold.
Chance The Rapper's Dad: "Almost Surreal" Seeing Him Achieve His DreamNow a winner of three Grammy Awards, Chance the Rapper grew up in the West Chatham neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, and started performing when he was only 4 years old.
Chance The Rapper Wins 3 Grammy AwardsThe Chicago rapper and anti-gun violence activist won Grammys for best new artist, best rap performance, and best rap album.

Health

2 Investigators: Mistakes, Delays At Dialysis Centers Caused Deaths Of 2 Women, Families SayThe patients would both be alive today if the centers had called ambulances when they were needed. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Chicago Seeking To Become Organ Transplant HubA group of Chicago area hospitals, doctors, and politicians have teamed up to work toward the goal of turning Chicago into the organ transplant hub of the nation.
Warm Spell Means Early Start To Allergy Season For ManyIt looks like the groundhog was wrong about an early Spring, but this long stretch of warm weather could forecast trouble for allergy sufferers.
The Hidden Disease For Many Women: HypothyroidismSome women may wait years before they get a correct diagnosis. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Book Warns Moms, Dads About Excessive 'ParentSpeak' Toward KidsCan some tried-and-true expressions, such as "Good job!," be overused when rearing children? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Young Women Not Immune From Heart Disease, No. 1 Killer Of Females In U.S.For many women, it’s the last thing on their minds. CBS 2's Irika Sargent reports.

Tech

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.
Divisive Election Prompts Some To Hit "Ejector Seat" On Facebook FriendsSome social media relationships were fractured during the contentious presidential campaign, with a lot of “unfriending” and “unfollowing” happening on Facebook.

CBS National News

Violent protest near Disneyland over off-duty cop firing gunAt least 24 arrests; hundreds hit Anaheim’s streets to protest earlier confrontation, caught on video, outside home of LAPD officer
Cops shoot suspect dead after triple homicide outside WichitaAnother suspect on the loose; police say they found three bodies, then witnesses led them to suspect
N.Y. man indicted for allegedly strangling, beating dog in headMichael Gallagher, 56, allegedly placed his family dog inside a garbage bag and beat the dog in the head with a shovel
Powerball $435 million jackpot has one winning ticketPowerball’s website says the lucky ducat was bought in Indiana

CBS World News

Fierce clashes as U.S.-backed forces battle ISIS for airportIn battle for densely packed western Mosul, terror group's last urban stronghold in Iraq, police eye major strategic target
New details in mysterious death of Kim Jong Un's half-brotherMalaysian police say the two female suspects accused of killing Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother were trained assassins. Officials also named a senior North Korean diplomat as a person of interest in Kim Jong Nam's murder. CBS News Asia correspondent Adriana Diaz joined CBSN with more on the mysterious assassination.
Bao Bao, U.S.-born panda, lands in new home in ChinaBao Bao was born at the National Zoo in Washington to panda parents on loan from China, and will now join a breeding program
Trump delays travel ban as top cabinet secretaries head to MexicoPresident Trump delayed the release of a revised travel ban order that was expected to be unveiled this week. The delay comes as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security Chief John Kelly head to Mexico after the release of new immigration guidelines. CBS News Foreign Affairs and White House correspondent Margaret Brennan joins us with the latest.

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