Northwest Indiana Group Eager To Attend Trump InaugurationDonald Trump opened a campaign office early on in Griffith, Ind. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez talks with some Trump supporters there.
Brenda Barnes' Impact On Professional WomenA look at the mark Brenda Barnes left on women decision-makers in the workplace.
Lisa Madigan Sues Navient, Sallie Mae For Student Loan OffensesIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is suing some of the largest names in the student loan industry.
Suspect, Police Dog Wounded In Officer-Involved Shooting In IndianaThe suspect suffered a gunshot wound and was getting medical attention. The dog was also shot and was receiving veterinary care.
Chicago Protesters Demand Legalization Of Sex WorkAbout two dozen sex workers and advocates demonstrated at Daley Plaza this afternoon, calling for legalization of their occupation.
Indiana Man Charged With Stealing Vehicle At Gunpoint In GaryA man has been charged with stealing a car at gunpoint on Saturday in northwest Indiana.
Police: Woman Beat Man, Stole His Medication In Northwest IndianaA 42-year-old woman has been charged with beating a person and stealing his medication last year in Gary, Indiana.
CPD Dispatch Supervisor Guilty In Jail Smuggling SchemeA former dispatch supervisor with the Chicago Police Department pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to charges that she was part of a scheme to smuggle contraband into Cook County Jail.
Chicago Cop Charged With Murder In Fatal Off-Duty Shooting Of Jose NievesJose Nieves was shot and killed on Jan. 2 by an off-duty transit officer in the 2500 block of North Lowell.
Man Gets 40 Years For Arlington Heights Sexual Assault, RobberyReynaldo Pineda, 36, pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated criminal sexual assault of a victim over 60 and home invasion causing injury during a hearing at the Rolling Meadows courthouse
Man Stole Vehicle After Robbing Aurora Liquor StoreOfficers responded to a panic alarm about 8:35 p.m. at Randall Liquors in the 300 block of East Galena Boulevard, according to Aurora police.
Poll Shows Some Millennials Spend More On Coffee Than RetirementAccording to Acorn's Money Matters Report, about 41 percent of Millennials questioned said they spent more last year on lattes than on their retirement years.

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