Elgin Woman Named Pet Sitters International’s Pet Sitter of the YearWhen it comes to watching someone’s pet, Carrie Feinberg takes the honor as the best in the world.
Indiana Teen Earns Bachelor's Degree Before Graduating High SchoolRaven Osborne hasn’t finished high school yet, but a week before she gets her diploma in May, she’ll be graduating from Purdue University Northwest with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.
PHOTOS: Penguins At Shedd Aquarium Prepare For Mating SeasonThe penguins at the Shedd Aquarium are beginning to prepare for mating season by building nests.
Chicago Bears Donate LEMART Treatment Kits To 6th DistrictThe Chicago Bears and the Police Memorial Foundation presented officers in the Sixth District with life-saving first-aid kits.
Treasurer Kurt Summers Wants $57 Million To Go To Violence PreventionA Chicago alderman is proposing to use $25 million in extra city investment income to keep the streets less violent this summer.
Chicago Police Investigate 8 Carjackings In Past 6 WeeksChicago police were looking into a string of carjackings in recent weeks, although it’s unclear if there’s any connection between the attacks.
Chicago-Area Doctor Helps 3 Runners Break Records By Using MathWBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.
Rahm Says Thompson Center Sale "Shouldn't Be This Tough," Blames GovernorMayor Rahm Emanuel suggested Gov. Bruce Rauner is making almost everything difficult in Springfield, including efforts to sell the James R. Thompson Center, which now houses state offices in Chicago.
Immigrant Still In Custody Despite Judge's Ruling In Favor Of AsylumIt's been almost a week since an immigration judge in Chicago ruled that an 18-year-old from Singapore should be granted asylum here, but the teenager has yet to be released from federal custody.
Identical Twin Cubs Fans Dreaming Of Twin World Series TitlesHarry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse in River North invited identical twin Cubs fans to be part of this year’s celebration of Caray’s life, hoping for identical twin World Series titles for the Cubs.
Lightning Strike Ruptures Gas Main In Monee, Homes EvacuatedEight homes were evacuated Thursday morning in south suburban Monee, after a lightning strike ruptured a natural gas main.
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.

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