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."
Hero Kid, 4, Calls 9-1-1 When Her Mother Has Asthma AttackThe Chicago Police Department on Wednesday honored 4-year-old Aria Koval with an honorary commendation.
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.
What Happens To All Those Video Voyeurs?Chicago police reached out to Facebook to find those suspected of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old Lawndale girl and broadcasting it live. But those who shared the video could also face charges.
Campaign Will Ask Chicagoans To Cut Water Use On 'Overflow Action Days'The conservation push comes as officials get ready to open a massive wastewater reservoir, which also will help prevent flooding. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Bruce Rauner: Terror Attack In Illinois 'Just A Matter Of Time' Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said Wednesday that an attack by terrorists here is "just a matter of time."
New City Ordinance Would Allow Some Younger Adults To Serve AlcoholA city council committee has approved an ordinance that eases restrictions on younger adults working in some places with liquor licenses.

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