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Chicago Auto Show Gets Underway At McCormick PlaceThe Chicago Auto Show begins its nine-day run today. WBBM's Bob Roberts had an advance look and says if speed is what you need, you'll find plenty of it.
Duncan, Chicago Ministers Promote Non-Violence Through BasketballThe Leaders Network hopes to answer the recent spike in violence on Chicago’s West Side with a Bible in one hand and a basketball in the other.
Man Killed In Second Of Two Apparently Intentional Crashes In HuntleyPolice in northwest suburban Huntley were investigating two single-car crashes from overnight, including one fatal crash. Both wrecks appeared to be intentional, and apparently involved the same man.
After Double Lung Transplant, Darien Man To Climb Oakbrook Terrace Tower For CharityA 29-year old Darien man born with cystic fibrosis planned to join hundreds of others on Sunday climbing stairs to the top of the tallest building in the suburbs to raise money for charity.
Kane County Could Get First Monthly Memory CaféSo-called Memory Cafés are designed to help those recently diagnosed with either of the brain disorders.
Students Walk Out Of Class To Protest CPS Budget CutsAbout 200 students walked out of a North Side high school on Friday, to protest the financial crisis the Chicago Public Schools system is facing.
Auto Exec: 'Driverless' Technology Is ComingCBS 2's Bob Roberts reports from the Chicago Auto Show.
Organ Donor Network Honors Shooting Victims Who Saved LivesTogether, 19-year old Jordan Dawson and 22-year old Eric Magana saved 10 lives through organ donations.
Scientists Discover Proof Of Century-Old Einstein TheoryA century after physicist Albert Einstein predicted their existence, scientists have discovered proof of gravitational waves – ripples created in the fabric of space-time when two black holes collided more than a billion light years away from Earth.
Teen's Aunt Charged With Supplying Gun That Killed Endia MartinThe aunt of a teenage girl accused of fatally shooting 14-year-old Endia Martin in 2014 has been indicted on federal weapons charges, for allegedly providing her niece with the revolver used in the slaying.
Police Support Group Upset Over Exclusion From St. Patrick's Day ParadeA Chicago group that formed last October to show support for police officers amid the Laquan McDonald protests said it’s a “slap in the face” that they’ve been denied entry into the downtown St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Civic Federation: Higher Taxes, Spending Limits Needed To Fix State BudgetA research group has offered a laundry list of suggestions to help pull Illinois government out of its financial mess.

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