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Last Run For Old Metra Electric District HighlinersThe commuter rail agency Friday retires the last of the bi-level Highliners built without toilets in the early 1970s for the Illinois Central R.R., which then operated the Electric District.
Auto Exec: 'Driverless' Technology Is ComingCBS 2's Bob Roberts reports from the Chicago Auto Show.
CTA Adding Upgraded Cameras To BusesThe CTA is putting more security cameras into nearly a quarter of its buses.
Runaway Pig Found In Northern Suburbs Back With Owner A runaway pet pig gone viral in far north suburban Ingleside is back home where she belongs.
NTSB Blames Lack Of Sleep For 2014 Crash That Killed Tollway WorkerThe National Transportation Safety Board Tuesday issued a scathing final report on an I-88 crash two years ago in which a Tollway worker died and a state trooper and two truckers were hurt.
State Regulators Hold Hearings On Plan To Close St. James Hospital In Chicago Heights The controversial plan to close most of Saint James Hospital’s Chicago Heights facility, and consolidate them at the hospital’s newer Olympia Fields campus was the subject of hearings Tuesday by state regulators.
Investigators Believe Murdered Gage Park Family Was TargetedPolice continue to process evidence gathered inside the Gage Park bungalow where a family of six was murdered, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Centers Offer Free Help For Low And Moderate Income TaxpayersTax filing season is here and once again, the city and a pair of non-profit groups are preparing returns for low- and moderate-income taxpayers for free, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
IDOT, Amtrak Reach Deal To Keep Trains Running Without Fare Increases Amtrak riders in Illinois won't have to worry about service being cut for at least a few more months.
Teachers Plan Rally Outside Bank Of America To Protest CPS DebtThe union expects a "big turnout" for its rally outside of the Midwest regional office of the Bank of America, which the union accuses of steering the Chicago Board of Education into making bad investments.
Dozens Voice Concerns At First Forum On Police Accountability Task ForceFewer than 100 people turned out for the first of four meetings of the Mayor's Task Force on Police Accountability.
Three Years After Hadiya Pendleton's Death, Life 'Not Any Easier,' Her Mother SaysStill, friends and family gathered Friday to celebrate a "commitment to healing."

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