Two Young Sisters Visit All Chicago NeighborhoodsTwo young girls explored over the summer 77 of Chicago’s neighborhoods.
Vigil Held After Fatal South Side FireFamily of sever-year-old Shaniyah Staples gather together Friday at 81st and Essex for a vigil, remembering her once more.
Movie About The Obamas' First Date Opens, But How Accurate Is The Flick?It's called "Southside with You," and is based on the pivotal experience between America's first couple. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Chicago Doctors Help Save Lives In Syrian Civil WarChicago doctors are helping victims of the civil war in Syria by donating and delivering medical equipment.
2 Investigators: 'Salt Cave' Spa Closes, Leaving Child Patients In The LurchThe owner abruptly closed her business three weeks ago, but not before customers pre-purchased treatments. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Thieves Targeting Wheels; Is Your Car A Target? People on the North Side say car owners should tread carefully. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Two Shot During State Police Traffic Stop On South SideIllinois State Police troopers were conducting a traffic stop when they were flagged down by the driver of a taxi cab, state police said in a news release.
Hinsdale Couple Gets Judge's OK To Keep 'Lady Justice' Statue On LawnFor nearly two years, Curtis Kmiecek and Dana Kurtz been in a legal battle with the village over a sculpture in front of Kurtz's law firm.
Chicago Police Find Car Tied To Sycamore Double HomicideA stolen car sought in connection to the murders of an elderly woman and her son in far west suburban Sycamore was found in Chicago on Wednesday.
Man Released Without Charges In Fatal South Chicago FireA man who had been questioned by detectives investigating a fire that killed four people in the South Chicago neighborhood has been released without charges.
Cleanup To Begin After Tornadoes Hit Central IndianaResidents in central Indiana were getting their first glimpses of crumpled buildings, scattered debris, and destroyed neighborhoods, after several tornaodes touched down on Wednesday.
Investigation Underway Into Cicero Company’s Alleged Wildlife HazardThe Army Corps of Engineers probe could take as long as a year.

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