Woman Charged With Hoax After Lying About Finding Abandoned Puppy In Duct-Taped PillowcaseA community college instructor has been charged with felony disorderly conduct, after she told her class she found an abandoned puppy inside a duct-taped pillowcase, but it turned out she made up the story.
If Teachers Strike, Chicago Public Schools Will Drop Final ExamsSome students are upset about the possibility they may not be able to take final exams. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Grant Park Getting Ready For Expanded Draft TownThe NFL Draft is back for a second year in Chicago, turning Grant Park into Draft Town and this year, it promises to be bigger and better than before.
Parents Outraged After Removal Of Popular PrincipalParents at a North Side elementary school are upset after their popular principal was suddenly removed.
What Are The Main Sticking Points Between CPS, Teachers? The teacher strike threat looming in Chicago is a massive difference of opinion. So what's the truth and what's the real sticking point?
At Gary High School, Disbelief And Heartbreak Over Death Of Former StudentAnnette January, 19, was a standout athlete and student at Thea Bowman Leadership Academy. She died over the weekend in a Louisiana shootout -- an innocent bystander. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
It May Be Cheaper To Switch To ComEd, Chicago Area Consumers Are DiscoveringA number of municipalities had struck deals with alternative-energy providers. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Marijuana Oil: New Hope For Kids With Epilepsy?One Chicago area mother thinks so. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on a new treatment available locally.
Retired Cop: CPD Lieutenant Exam Cheating Allegations ‘Much Ado About Nothing’The new Chicago interim police superintendent is under investigation for allegedly helping his fiancée and others pass the test to become a lieutenant.
After Last Week’s One-Day Strike, What’s Next For CPS, Teachers?Negotiations are back on this week between the Chicago Public Schools and the teachers union.
Eddie Johnson, Chicago's New Top Cop, Left His Mark On Sixth Police DistrictCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker talks with residents.
DeKalb County Prosecutors Say Conviction In 1957 Cold Case Murder Should Be OverturnedProsecutors in DeKalb County have said the conviction of a 76-year-old man in the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old girl, because newly obtained phone records show he could not possibly have abducted her.

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