Anti-Trump Sentiments Galvanize May Day Marchers Millions of people around the globe are honoring "May Day." In Chicago, for some, it means bringing immigration reform to the forefront, reports CBS 2's Derrick Blakley.
Employees Claim They Found Bottles Apparently Filled With Gas Week Before Mattress Warehouse FireCBS 2’s Sandra Torres spoke with several employees who say this fire could have been prevented and they claim to know who did it.
Congregation Prays Outside West Side Church To Protest ViolenceOne West Side pastor took his congregation outside to protest the violence on the streets of Chicago, reports WBBM's Rob Hart.
Head Of Illinois Physicians Group Praises Efforts To Increase Availability Of Heroin Antidote Naloxone The head of the state’s premier physicians group is applauding efforts to make a life-saving heroin antidote available to more people, professional and otherwise, reports WBBM Political editor Craig Dellimore.
Chicago Police Officers Pay Tribute To Fallen Colleagues During Annual St. Jude Memorial MarchThousands of Chicago police officers gathered along the lakefront Sunday morning to pay tribute to their fallen colleagues in the 84th annual St. Jude Memorial March.
2 Investigators: Highest Paid Illinois School Supt. Gets $400K To Oversee 1,200 studentsTroy Paraday of Calumet City School District 155 makes a base salary of $315,814 -- but that's not all. CBS 2's Pam Zekman looks at the numbers.
Transformed Icon Draws Pilgrims To Greek Orthodox Church In Homer GlenWhat is emanating from a likeness of St. John? CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Alderman Repeats Use Of Racial Slur To Slam Removal Of Principal Who Blasted EmanuelA Chicago alderman is not backing down from his use of the N-word in criticizing the ouster of a popular elementary school principal who is an outspoken critic of Rahm Emanuel; in fact, he’s doubling down on his profane denunciation of the mayor.
Woman Charged With Hoax After Lying About Finding Abandoned Puppy In Duct-Taped PillowcaseA community college instructor has been charged with felony disorderly conduct, after she told her class she found an abandoned puppy inside a duct-taped pillowcase, but it turned out she made up the story.
Wild Turkey Adopts Duck Eggs After Mom Killed By HawkAfter a wild turkey took over for their mother, who was killed by a hawk, a nest of duck eggs has begun hatching at a west suburban animal rescue center.
Special Olympics Kick Off Spring Games At Soldier FieldDedicated athletes filled Soldier Field on Friday, but it has nothing to do with the Bears or the NFL Draft. Opening ceremonies got underway for the 48th Annual Special Olympics, with thousands of athletes ready to compete in events next week.
DePaul Student Beaten On Blue Line As Witnesses Just WatchJessica Hughes, 19, was left with a black eye, bruises to her head, and a bite mark on her hand.

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