Some Aldermen Want Hearings Before Airport Cops Are DemotedThe aldermen demand aviation department stop stripping its police force of power and title before the City Council can hold hearings.
Takedown Of Naked Man Good 'De-Escalation,' Supt. Johnson SaysPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson said this is an example of a new program helping officers keep a potentially dangerous situation from escalating.
Solid Earnings Push S&P 500 To Record CloseStocks closed higher Tuesday, with the S&P 500 posting a record close, after a slew of better-than-expected quarterly earnings put investors in a buying mood.
Another Police District Receives Shotspotter Technology, But It Comes With A Big Price TagAnother Chicago police district is now equipped with crime-fighting tools being credited with driving down the number of shootings in the city.
Rare Lamborghinis Roll Into ChicagoEach one is worth more than $2 million. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole beholds the special-edition roadsters.
Northwestern Neurologist Calls New CTE Study "Jaw Dropping"A new study in today's Journal of the American Medical Association is revealing some disturbing new findings about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE.
Joint Investigation Leads To Gun Raids, Arrests Of 12 In Will CountyA joint federal investigation with the Joliet Police Department and the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office netted in the arrests of 12 people during raids carried out Tuesday morning.
A Piece Of History On City's North Side Gets New LifeA 1917 building on Chicago's North side will be packed onto pallets this week and then shipped off to become part of another building.
Clerk Shot In 7-Eleven Robbery In Sycamore; 3 Suspects In CustodyAround 11:15 p.m. Monday, two men walked into the 7-Eleven on State Street in Sycamore, and began struggling with the clerk, who was shot.
State Lawmakers Question DCFS Officials On Semaj Crosby's DeathDCFS officials will testify at a joint House and Senate committee hearing about what could have been done to prevent Semaj Crosby’s death.
City To Resume Using Dry Ice To Kill Rats; Try Rodent Birth ControlChicago is adapting its rodent control strategy to include a method some call more humane and perhaps more effective.
Mosquito Bite Sends Family's Finances Into TailspinJeff Walls was healthy and looking forward to retirement. Complications from the West Nile Virus changed all that. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.

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