HazMat Situation Reported In StreetervilleThe Chicago Fire Department is responding to a HazMat situation Tuesday morning in the Streeterville neighborhood.
Family Wants Answers About Fatal Police Shooting In West PullmanThe family of a man who was shot and killed by an off-duty Robbins police officer was speaking out for the first time on Tuesday, saying Chicago police have not been transparent about the shooting in West Pullman.
Boy, 10, Safe After Thieves Steal Running SUV With Him InsideRichard Rodriguez said he had gotten into his parents’ Buick Rendezvous near Kildare and Armitage avenues to go to school, and was waiting for his mom and dad when two teens – a boy and a girl – got in and drove away.
2 Teens Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In AustinPolice said a 16-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl were crossing the street near Lorel and Chicago avenues around 7:30 p.m., when a silver van headed south on Lorel struck them and kept going.
IPRA Releases Videos From Fatal Police Shooting Of Kajuan RayeThe Independent Police Review Authority has released surveillance video of the foot chase that led up to the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Kajuan Raye in November.
Debate Rages: Is The Fizzy Drink 'Pop' Or 'Soda'?We're going to be paying more taxes on it; might as well know what it's called. WBBM's Dave Dahl reports.
Latest Target Of Mean Tweeting: Donald Trump's 10-Year-Old SonCBS 2’s Mai Martinez asks an expert why lines are crossed on social media.
New Show 'Hunted': Smart Phones, Computers Can Give You AwayCBS 2's Erin Kennedy talks with experts about how hard it is to disappear in the modern age.
Supt. Johnson Announces Raid Totals, Downplays Latest Crime StatsPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson praised the department for putting 120 offenders behind bars as part of the raids.
Park Ridge Residents Angry After Board Member's Controversial TweetsOne of Dr. Paterno’s tweets read: "Alas, the 300 million pound Women March provides a strong argument for doing away with women's suffrage."
Riverside Police Warn Parents About Cold Medication Kids Use To Get HighRiverside Police are warning parents about something they said kids already know about: DXM, or cold medication that is being used to get high.
Video Appears To Show Chicago Cop Throwing Coffee At MotorcyclistThe video, which police are investigating, has gone viral. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.

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