Blagojevich Defense Team Files Final Brief On Appeal Rod Blagojevich's lawyers laid out a final set of arguments in writing before they step before appellate judges next week to argue that the imprisoned ex-governor deserves a new trial. Emanuel Has ‘Full Confidence’ In Claypool, Despite Ventra Problems Bus drivers have said they’re seeing fewer problems with Ventra fare cards, and the mayor said he’s not holding Claypool responsible for the foul-ups with the switchover to Ventra.
Illinois Lawmakers OK Pension Reform Plan Time Running Out For Cook County Property Tax Amnesty 22nd Ward To Take Part In Participatory Budgeting For First Time Obama Hints He May Not Return To Chicago Officials Drastically Reduce Number Of Free-Parking Placards For Disabled Drivers Lawmakers Get Details Of Pension Reform Plan; Could Vote Tuesday Legislative Leaders Reach Deal On Pension Reform Obama Declares 15 Tornado-Struck Counties Disaster Areas
14-Year-Old Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaks Out It could happen in your neighborhood, on your street. Young girls are being lured from their homes and forced into prostitution. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones spoke with a 14-year-old girl who escaped that life and now has a warning for other kids. Robbers Attack Man With Stun Gun, Steal iPad Minis A stun gun attack by two robbers has been caught on surveillance video. The assault happened Saturday night in Chicago’s West Loop. CBS 2’s Mike Parker tells the story in this Original Report.
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