$5,000 Reward Offered To Find Killer Of 3 Men In Auburn GreshamCBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports the families of three murder victims are hopeful a new reward will lead to an arrest.
A New Tower Has Been Added To Chicago's RiverfrontMayor Emanuel opened Thursday a new office tower in the West Loop, where the north, south and main branches of the Chicago River meet.
Judge To Rule April 28 On CPS Discrimination Lawsuit Against StateThe Chicago Board of Education and a group of CPS parents sued the state, seeking to declare its funding systems discriminatory and illegal.
Dog Flung From Third-Floor Apartment Is RecoveringCallie, rescued by a Chicago police officer, isn't ready for adoption yet, but the pooch's rehabilitation is going well. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Family Of Murdered Teen Makes Another Plea For InformationNearly seven months have passed since a 15-year-old high school freshman was stuffed into a garbage can and set on fire, killing him.
Chicago Police See New Twist On Auto TheftsTwo thieves are rear-ending motorists, distracting the driver while pretending to exchange information and then driving off with their vehicle. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Veteran Facing Deportation Over Drug Case Seeks Pardon From GovernorActivist pastor Walter Coleman, of Lincoln United Methodist Church, told the panel that deporting Miguel Perez Jr. would be a death sentence
Black Aldermen Demand Voice On Next Police ContractAld. Roderick Sawyer (6th) said he and other African-American aldermen are willing to sit down with new FOP leadership.
Judge Grants Innocence Certificate In 1957 Illinois KillingAn Illinois judge on Wednesday granted a certificate of innocence to a Washington state man who was wrongfully convicted in 2012 of the 1957 kidnapping and killing of a 7-year-old girl, clearing the way for him to sue Illinois.
Protesters At O'Hare Blast United AirlinesThey demonstrated Tuesday night over the forced removal of a passenger from a United Airlines flight.
Made In Chicago: Phil Rowe - Sculptor, Jewelry Designer, PainterJewelry, paintings, metal sculpture, barroom and restaurant design -- Phil Rowe's done it all, and at 81, he's still doing it.
Criminal Courts Judge Angered With Prosecutors Decision On Gang MembersA Criminal Courts building judge's temper flared Saturday as a Cook County prosecutor opted not to send half a dozen reputed gang members to jail for violating conditions of their parole or probation -- after she had found probable cause to hold each of them for trial.

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