Another Record For February: 6 Consecutive Days In The 60sChicago might not match the record for warmest Feb. 22 on record on Wednesday, but the city did set a different one: the longest stretch of 60-plus temperatures ever recorded in meteorological winter in the city.
CPS Latino Advisory Committee Resigns Over School Budget CutsCPS Latino Advisory Committee chairman Jose Rico said his committee’s recommendations have fallen on deaf ears at the board, and that schools with mostly Latino students have the least amount of money spent on them.
Police Dog Helps Find Missing 8-Year-Old BoyA Lake County police dog helped some anxious parents in the far northern suburbs find their missing son on Monday.
Lincoln Park Zoo Animals Loving February's Warm StretchThe people of Chicago haven’t been the only ones loving this long stretch of spring weather in February; the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo have been out frolicking in the warmth, too.
Barricade Situation Ends In Blue IslandSWAT teams surrounded a home at 119th and Longwood shortly before 10 a.m.
Attorney: Drew Peterson 'Probably Better Off' In Federal PrisonThe reason for convicted wife killer Drew Peterson's transfer from an Illinois prison to a federal facility in Indiana remained a mystery on Wednesday, but his attorney said whatever the basis might be, the former Bolingbrook police officer is "probably better off."
Man Shot And Killed In Little Village GarageA 60-year-old man was found shot to death Wednesday morning inside the garage of his home in the Little Village neighborhood.
Chicago Cops Praised For Saving Life Of Infant GirlA Chicago grandmother says two Chicago police officers acted quickly and with compassion when a 9-month-old child swallowed a toy. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Chicago's Undocumented Wonder: What Will Happen To My Children?Immigration advocates say fear of deportation is widespread. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
2 Investigators: Kane County Officer Racks Up Impressive Seizures -- And LawsuitsSheriff's Sgt. Ron Hain's resume includes the seizure of over 4,000 pounds of marijuana and $3 million in cash. But are his methods too aggressive? CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
CPS Official To Principals: Do Not Cooperate With Immigration AuthoritiesIn a letter to principals released Tuesday evening, Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson wrote, "To be very clear, CPS does not provide assistance in the enforcement of civil immigration law."
Not Everyone On Board With Feds' Deportation PlanThe Department of Homeland Security's move to deport more undocumented immigrants is getting a mixed reaction in Chicago.

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