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.
Mayor Emanuel Quells Revolt Over Crime-Fighting Spending Mayor Emanuel nimbly snuffed out an aldermanic revolt over his spending priorities, almost as soon as it began.
First Wave Of Chicago Students Attend 'Hamilton' As Part Of Special ProgramIt was the first of 10 all-student matinees of “Hamilton.” By the end of the year, 20,000 CPS students will have attended.
Crash Survivor Trying To Track Down Nurses Who Helped HerEmily Chase says she had a green light at a Streeterville intersection, and a bus plowed into her. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Another Record For February: 6 Consecutive Days In The 60sChicago might not match the record for warmest Feb. 22 on record on Wednesday, but the city did set a different one: the longest stretch of 60-plus temperatures ever recorded in meteorological winter in the city.
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.
Police Dog Helps Find Missing 8-Year-Old BoyA Lake County police dog helped some anxious parents in the far northern suburbs find their missing son on Monday.

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