This Little Piggy Wants To Stay At His Batavia Yoga StudioPiggly Brown's days may be numbered, if a city ordinance prevails. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Chicago Grandmother, 60, Tussles With Carjacker While Trying To Protect BabyIt was a short and terrifying trip. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Measure In The Works To Restrict The Loudest Chicago Street MusiciansThe sponsoring alderman is working on what he hopes is a harmonious compromise. WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports.
Comparison-Shopping More Important When Gas Prices Are Low: ExpertThe spread gets pretty wide across Chicago, Patrick DeHaan of Gasbuddy tells WBBM.
Mechanic Killed When Asphalt Paver Falls On Him In Lake ZurichPolice responded at 1:43 p.m. to a call of a man who was struck by a piece of paving equipment at Chicagoland Paving Contractors.
Intruder Attacks Elderly Women At Apartment Building: Aurora PoliceAurora Police Spokesman Dan Ferrelli says police have more patrols in the area.
Mayor Emanuel Plans To Create City ID Cards To Protect Undocumented ImmigrantsMayor Emanuel is upping the ante in his battle with the Trump Administration over illegal immigration.
Food Offerings At Guaranteed Rate Field Include 'Wok-Off' Noodles, 75 Craft BeersOpening day is Monday. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey gives us a peek at some of the culinary offerings on the South Side.
Girl, 15, Dies After Person Fires Into Vehicle In Michigan City, IndianaKamilion Jenkins, two adults and a baby were in car at Grace and Holliday when someone in another vehicle opened fire. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
VIDEO: Police Search For Man Who Steals Car With Toddler, Woman InsideChicago Police are looking for a suspect involved in vehicular hijacking in the Back of the Yards neighborhood on the South Side.
Parents And Aldermen Demand CPS To Avoid Early End To School Yeararents and some Chicago Aldermen are demanding that the city and public school officials do everything possible to avoid a threatened early end to the school year.
St. Charles Man Honored For Saving Woman During Domestic AttackSteve Spurling and his wife were walking their pet last May when they approached a house in their neighborhood. Something wasn't right.

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