Rauner Steps Up Attacks As Poll Numbers Fall Behind in the latest poll, Republican candidate for Governor Bruce Rauner is stepping up his attacks on what he calls the corruption of incumbent Democrat Pat Quinn. It’s Official: Ald. Fioretti To Challenge Mayor Rahm Emanuel The civil-rights attorney was first elected in 2007 and fought a highly publicized battle with cancer.
Ald. Fioretti’s Announcement — Will He Run For Mayor? — Coming Saturday Watchdog Accuses Chicago Public Schools Of Violating Open Records Law U Of I Trustees Vote Not To Hire Professor After Controversial Tweets Kirk Urges Republican Colleagues Not To Play Politics With Military Action Against ISIS Aldermen Call For More Council Oversight Of Chicago Housing Authority Demonstrators Hold Anti-War Protest Downtown Former State Lawmaker Calls For More Transparency In Applications For Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Emanuel Proposes Expanding City Curfew To Include 17-Year-Olds
2 Investigators: Pets, Allergic Humans Don’t Mix On Airliners Bad reactions to dogs and other pets on planes can be severe. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports. Retailer Pulls Red-Spattered Kent State Shirts Amid Complaints Of Bad Taste Kent State is the college campus in Ohio where four students were killed by National Guard troops in a war protest in 1970. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
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