Young Artist A National Finalist In Peace Poster CompetitionCBS 2's Dana Kozlov introduces us to a young artist who's using her easel to spread peace.
Suburban Cops Revive Motorist Who OverdosedIn seconds, two suburban police officers saved a man's life, and it was all caught on one officer's dashboard camera.
2 Investigators: City With Shuttered Nuke Plant -- And Waste Dump -- Wants Exelon's HelpZion's mayor says the ComEd parent company left a hole in the city budget, and tons of dangerous waste, when the local nuclear plant closed. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Chicago City Hall's Top Lawyer Stepping DownPatton says he’s not leaving his $174,000-a-year job as corporation counsel under a cloud. WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports.
Plans Unveiled For South Loop Hotel-Apartment ComplexCity and business leaders broke ground on a new project Thursday.
Naperville Humane Society Cancels "A Dog's Purpose" EventA behind-the-scenes TMZ video raised questions about the treatment of animals in the movie for some.
Illinois Republicans Optimistic About Trump's InaugurationDownstate Congressman Adam Kinzinger knows that with Republicans in charge of Congress and the White House, it's a whole new ballgame.
Man Found Dead In Parking Garage Was Real-Estate Lawyer From Highland ParkThe man was identified as 60-year-old Louis S. Cohen of Highland Park. He was a prominent real estate attorney in Chicago.
Hastert Demands Hush Money Back, Through AttorneysAttorneys for disgraced former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert want the $1.7 million back that Hastert paid to keep sexual abuse allegations quiet.
Crowd Estimate For Women's March On Chicago Grows To 50,000Under program changes announced today, Saturday's event will now begin with a rally at 10 a.m. Saturday on Columbus Drive between Jackson and Monroe.
Rare Rat Virus Confirmed In Six Illinois ResidentsIt's called the Seoul virus. Symptoms may include fever, severe headache, back and abdominal pain, chills, blurred vision, redness of the eyes, or rash.
Oak Forest Clarifies Council's Written Question PolicyThere is a new written policy for Oak Forest City Council meetings: All questions from the public must be put in writing.

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