Fires In Willowbrook, Westmont After Residents Reported Gasoline SmellIn Westmont, there were nearly a dozen small fires and over 100 reports of gasoline odors caused by a leak into the sewer system.
22 Chicago Firefighters Return From Puerto Rico For Hurricane ReliefFirefighters, paramedics, EMTs, and engineers volunteered to help victims of Hurricane Maria.
Rogers Park Gathers To Honor Beloved Teacher Killed In Drive-ByPolice are still searching for the shooter who opened fire Friday night on a Rogers Park street, killing 64-year-old Cynthia Trevillion.
"The Handmaid's Tale" Imagery Targets Anti-Abortion SupportersEach of the 25 women carried signs, but anyone who has seen the TV series based on the Margaret Atwood novel "The Handmaid's Tale"  recognize them immediately as the women forced to give birth to the children of the rich and powerful.
Suspect Charged In E. Chicago Pipe Bomb ExplosionFederal authorities have made an arrest in the case of a pipe bomb that exploded at a post office in East Chicago on September 6th.
Stephen Strasburg Dominates Cubs As Nationals Force Game 5His availability in doubt, Strasburg turned in seven scoreless innings to keep the Nationals alive with a 5-0 win.
Boy Scouts To Officially Admit Girls For First TimeEmbracing a historic change, the Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday plans to admit girls into the Cub Scouts starting next year and to establish a new program for older girls using the same curriculum as the Boy Scouts.
Scrutiny Of 'Bump Stocks' Intensifies In Wake Of Vegas MassacreLegislation has already been introduced in the Illinois House that would ban trigger-modification devices. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
'Safe Haven' Baby, Now 10 And Thriving, Retraces Her First StepsThe Illinois “Safe Haven” law that allows mothers to safely leave their infants at designated locations -- and not face criminal charges. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Top Cop Has Nearly 'Bounced Back' From Kidney TransplantEddie Johnson faced reporters Tuesday for the first time since the day before his Aug. 30 surgery. 
Chicago Police OT Ripe For Abuse: Inspector GeneralCPD has paid out millions to officers whose overtime was not properly approved or to officers who approved their own OT, a report says.
Free OD Prevention Kits To Be Given Out In The City, SuburbsA simple needle and one milliliter vial at seventeen locations in the city and two in the western suburbs each week.

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