Cannabis Product May Help Your Ailing Pet, Veterinarian SaysNo one's trying to get your dog high. Non-addictive cannabinoids are successfully treating some symptoms in pets, one Chicago veterinarian tells CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez.
For Chicago's Female Cops, Police Work Can Be Especially ToughFor women officers, the stress they face on the street, in the department and at home can add up. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Athlete Pushed By Her Coach In Video: 'I Thought It Was Normal'CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot talks to the basketball player at the center of a viral video.
Pet Store Pleads: Help Us Find Cat-NappersTwo suspects made off with a calico kitten at a Chicago Ridge Petland in late November.
2 Investigators: Beware Renewed Efforts Of Con Artists During The HolidaysCBS 2 investigator Pam Zekman has been reporting on many of these scams for years. At a news conference Friday, a group of watchdogs issued some warnings on what you need to watch out for.
An Overdose First For Chicago: A Drug 10,000 Times Stronger Than MorphineCarfentanil is commonly used by veterinarians to immobilize large animals. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
New Communication System At Chicago Airports Expected To Move Planes Faster It debuted in Chicago last October, with 30 percent of the flights at Midway and 10 percent at O’Hare now communicating this way. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
More Bad News For Some East Chicago Residents: Lead In The WaterThe EPA has found that 18 out of 43 homes it recently tested had lead in the water. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Social Service Providers, Their Needy Clients Brace For State Budget UncertaintyFor years, the shelter at the People's Church in Uptown provided reliable refuge for homeless men. Now, it's getting ready to close. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.
Gift Turns Chicago Convent Into Cancer Treatment CenterIt was hard for Sister Ann Marie Cwick to believe her eyes as she toured the Center for Cancer and Specialty Care.
Homeless Ask City To Let Them Keep Tents Under LSD ViaductsHomeless people who live under Lake Shore Drive viaducts asked the city on Friday to show some compassion and stop the cleanings that force them to remove their belongings.
Catholic Charities' Toy Drive Needs Help Meeting Christmas GoalA major charity has been falling well short of its goal of toys and other gifts for its annual gift-giving campaign for thousands of needy children.

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