Police Swarm Target Store When Man Creates Disturbance Over Transgender Bathroom PolicyAn early report indicated an "active shooter" was loose, but that was unfounded, police said.
Plastic Surgeon Offers Help To DePaul Nursing Student Attacked On Blue Line A DePaul student who was brutally beaten by two people on a CTA Blue Line train and left with a broken nose and a black eye is getting some help.
Chicago Tow Truck Driver Pulls Vehicle Away, Not Realizing Two Kids Are InsideThe towing company says darkly tinted windows are to blame. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
More And More Students See Advantages Of Taking Gap Year Before Going To CollegeCBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports on how to know if a gap year is the right move.
Chicago High School Staffer 'Died Doing What He Loved -- Helping People'Jeffery Komada, a veteran staff member at Taft High School, was helping a stranded family on the Tri-State Tollway when he was killed over the weekend.
U Of I Moves Forward With Plan To Establish A MascotChief Illiniwek had long been identified as the U of I’s main symbol, but opposition mounted over years based on concerns the icon was racially insensitive.
Roscoe Village Residents Mourn Loss Of Beloved StreetWise Vendor Dave Urban was a staple in Roscoe Village, selling StreetWise for 14 years.
Lawsuit Takes Aim At Starbucks ... Over Too Much IceA Chicago area woman is taking Starbucks to court, claiming the coffee giant is cheating customers by putting too much ice in its cold drinks.
National Wrestling Hall Of Fame Revokes Hastert's AwardsThe National Wrestling Hall of Fame said Monday that it has revoked all honors for Dennis Hastert after the former House speaker was accused of sexually abusing teenagers decades ago.
Protests Target Racism, Debt At Southern Illinois University Several hundred Southern Illinois University protesters have rallied against student debt and racism following recent incidents including an anonymous video calling for violence against black students.
City Meets With Homeless, Advocates In Uptown On New Program Designed To Provide Permanent Housing City officials, advocates for the homeless, North Side residents and the homeless met today about a pilot program designed to provide permanent housing and services to dozens of homeless people.
Police Sergeant, Good Samaritan Come To Aid Of Three Teenage Girls After Light Pole Fell On Them A light pole fell on three teenage girls late Monday morning in the 5200 block of South Lake Park Avenue in the Hyde Park neighborhood and a Chicago police sergeant and a Good Samaritan came to their rescue.

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