Second City, Slate Team Up To Skewer Presidential Candidates For all their differences Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have something in common: their unpopularity with large numbers of voters. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports. Rauner Signs Legislation Reducing Pot Penalties In Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation that makes marijuana possession in small amounts punishable only with fines and no jail time.
It’s Official: Obamas Select Jackson Park For Presidential Library Illinois AG: Duckworth Lawsuit Settlement Final Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Presidential Nomination Emanuel Shrugs Off Perceived Slight In DNC Video Labor Secretary Calls Clinton ‘Most Famous Unknown Person In America’ Blagojevich To Appear For Resentencing Via Video Conference IPRA Wants 3 Cops Fired For Shootings Found To Be Unjustified Hastert’s Prison Release Date Pushed Back
18-Year-Old Suspect Killed By Chicago Cops Was Shot In Back: Autopsy The Cook County medical examiner’s office ruled Paul O’Neal’s death a homicide on Saturday. Police: 3 Killed, 11 wounded In Chicago Weekend Shootings The latest homicide happened during a melee in the Austin neighborhood early Saturday on the West Side.
Armed Carjackers Hit Trio Of North Side Neighborhoods Illinois Summer Camp Program Unites Jailed Moms With Their Children Sex Lawsuit Against Derrick Rose Allowed To Move Forward Cook County Jail Inmate Punches Guard Several Times EPA To Start Lead Cleanup At East Chicago, Ind. Housing Complex Clash Between Two Groups Of Women Ends In Fatal Shooting, Stabbings Postal Employees Overcome By Heat, 13 Transported To Hospital 2 Investigators: Resident Calls City About Overgrown Property — For Three Years