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Bitter Wind Chills To Linger Through The WeekendFrigid wind chills were expected to last through the start of next week, when Chicago should see a return of more seasonable conditions.
Escalante "Pretty Confident" Gage Park Family Massacre Will Be SolvedInterim Police Supt. John Escalante said he’s “pretty confident” the slaying of three generations of a Gage Park family will be solved, but it will take some time.
Delays Continue On Metra UP West Line After FireThousands of Metra commuters were facing a second day of delays on Wednesday, as the transit agency works to repair damage from a fire caused by an electrical shortage.
Jesse Owens Film “Race” Premiers In ChicagoCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole was on the red carpet.
Is Your Smartwatch Safe From Hackers?From tracking your health to checking emails, smartwatches can make life much more convenient.
Chicago Police Arrest Eight Suspects In Counterfeit Ticket SchemeChicago Police made a major bust of gang members accused of selling not drugs, but millions of dollars’ worth of phony tickets.
Springfield Prepares For President Obama’s Speech To General AssemblyPresident Barack Obama is about to take a trip down memory lane.
Zika Virus Could Put Strain Blood Supply As Potential Donors Turned AwayCBS 2's Mai Martinez talked with one of the largest blood banks in our area about the impact on Chicagoland.
Preckwinkle's Office Briefs Board On Impact Of State Budget StalemateMembers of the Cook County Board spoke to county department heads on Tuesday about how the state’s budget impasse is affecting local services.
Auto Shop Collapses In Englewood BlazeAccording to the Fire Department, the blaze started when a worker using a cutting torch got too close to a pool of spilled gasoline.
Principals Receive Details On Budget Cuts From CPSPrincipals at the Chicago Public Schools learned Tuesday how much money they must cut from their school budgets, but some aldermen were pushing a plan to prevent the cuts by moving money from another account.
3 Found Dead In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Oak ForestJust before 8 p.m., police responded to a request for a well-being check at a home in the 6600 block of Courtney Drive. When there was no response at the door, officers forced it open, and they found three bodies inside.

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