2 Investigators: Off-Duty Chicago Cop Beats Restaurant PatronKhaled Shaar joined the force in 1999. Chicago Police Department records show 23 complaints -- five for excessive force and three for domestic violence. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
More Gold Turns Up In Salvation Army KettlesThe gifts, including a ring, were dropped in Chicago's northern suburbs. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
McDonald's Breaks Ground At New West Loop HeadquartersMcDonald's broke ground Tuesday at its new headquarters location in the West Loop.
Chicago Cops Help Woman Who Takes In 3 GrandkidsAnd through online fundraising, Delores Anderson is feeling the love. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Chance The Rapper Makes History With 7 Grammy NominationsMaking history, is Chicago’s very own, Chance the Rapper whose mixtape Coloring Book is the first streaming-only album to receive a Grammy nomination. Chance has been nominated for seven different awards.
U OF I Dial-A-Carol Enters Its 56th YearDial-A-Carol enters its 56 year, starting at midnight Thursday, Dec. 8th. People can call in and request any holiday tune and it will be sung live by students over the phone.
Naperville Write-In Candidate Gets 27 Votes For PresidentA Naperville man has accomplished something most of us haven’t; Phil Seeberg ran for president, and got more than just his own vote.
Black Workers Accuse Chicago Area Temp Agency Of Favoring HispanicsThe lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Chicago, claimed Deerfield-based MVP Staffing denied jobs to African-American applicants.
Private Company To Renovate Lincoln Park's Theatre On The LakeThe Chicago Park District is letting a private company design, renovate and operate a revitalized Theatre on the Lake building with a storied history.
U Of C Investigating After Racist, Anti-Semitic Posters Found On CampusRacist and Anti-Semitic stickers have been found all over the University of Chicago campus, on many buildings including the building where the LGBTQ club meets, a source told WBBM.
Rogers Park Seniors Oppose Plan To Turn Community Room Into TargetChanting “No vote on Target,” residents of the 22-story Caroline Hedger Apartments at Sheridan Road and Devon Avenue spoke a CHA board meeting at 48th and Wabash on Tuesday, urging the board to reject the plan.
Study Links Better Nutrition To Shorter Hospital StaysAdvocate Health Care plans to implement nutritional screening in hospitals starting next year.

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