River North Rock 'n Roll McDonald's Closing For Major MakeoverThe River North landmark at Clark and Ontario streets, will shut its doors Dec. 30.
Johnson Touts CPD Gains In 2017, Laughs Off Call For U.N. Troops In ChicagoPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson noted shootings and murders both have dropped from 2016, which saw the highest level of homicides in nearly 20 years.
President Trump: 'What The Hell Is Happening In Chicago?'President Trump, speaking at a FBI Academy graduation ceremony on Friday, reissued his blistering attack on Chicago's gun violence.
Emanuel Calls City Lawyers' Plan To Sue Quintonio LeGrier Estate 'Callous'"The city is dropping the motion filed yesterday in the civil suit regarding the death of Bettie Jones. We are constantly evaluating and reevaluating our legal strategies, and we have determined the motion is not the best course of action," Chicago Law Department spokesman Bill McCaffrey said.
4 Injured In Crash With Semi, Which Spilled Coffee Creamer On Dan Ryan ExpresswayThe semi collided with a silver Chevy sedan in the inbound local lanes of the Dan Ryan near 59th around 11:20 p.m. Thursday, according to Illinois State Police.
Woman Killed, Man Injured When Freight Train Hits Car In Melrose ParkThe car was headed south on 19th Avenue near Main Street in Melrose Park around 2 a.m., when the driver went around the crossing gates, according to Maywood Fire Chief Craig Bronaugh.
Young 'Star Wars' Fan A Force To Be Reckoned WithAnnie Rose Goldman is helping to make sure there is gender equality in toys, including the latest "Star Wars" items. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
WATCH: Coyote Attacks TerrierLittle Boozer is alive, if a little worse for wear. CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports.
Car Window-Shooting Spree In WaucondaPolice have posted flyers around town and online. CrimeStoppers is now offering up to a $1,000 reward for the arrest of the person or people responsible.
Suburban Cop Shot Son For Drinking His Vodka: ProsecutorsRaymond Leuser is a sergeant with the Indian Head Park Police Department and once served as interim chief.
After School Youth Program In JeopardyWhile the organization is known for helping victims of domestic violence, their youth program is a staple on the city's South Side. And it's in trouble due to lack of funding.
Commissioner Suggests U.N. Send Troops To Fight 'Quiet Genocide' Of Gun Violence In ChicagoCook County Commissioner Richard Boykin said leaders in Chicago and Cook County have failed to protect many communities from violent crime.

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