President Trump's 100th Day Brings Nationwide ProtestsThousand protested Saturday nationwide, criticizing the President in his first 100 days in office.
Suspect Reached Through Open Window To Grope Girl, 12: PoliceChicago police detectives say the incident happened early Tuesday, near 61st and Evans.
United To Offer Up To $10K To Bump Passengers; Will Reduce OverbookingUnited has outlined 10 policy changes in the wake of the incident on flight 3411 on April 9, when Dr. David Dao was dragged off the plane.
Man Charged In Fatal "Road Rage" Shooting On Reagan TollwayAnthony Tillmon, 34, has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 43-year-old trucker Eduardo Munoz, of Northlake.
Proposal Would Require Businesses To Let Anyone Use Toilet For 'Emergencies'Ald. David Moore of the 17th Ward met with a woman who was stopped from using a restroom -- and had a humiliating accident.
EPA Chief Visits East Chicago Amid Fears Agency Is Leaving RegionProtestors demonstrated as Administrator Scott Pruitt met with local and state officials about the continuing cleanup of toxic soil.
Donated Gold Coin Will Help Pay For Indiana Church's ExpansionAn area woman's generous gift comes at just the right time. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Chicagoans React and Respond With Giving Toward SyriaCBS 2’s Jeremy Ross has more on people with ties to Syria trying to help -- some though family, others through a call to action.
This Little Piggy Wants To Stay At His Batavia Yoga StudioPiggly Brown's days may be numbered, if a city ordinance prevails. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
ICE Agent Shoots Man While Making Arrest In Belmont CraginA federal immigration agent shot a 53-year-old man in the arm Monday morning, when the man allegedly pointed a gun at agents trying to make an arrest in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood.
Cabbie Lured Victim By Offering To Show Her Good Pokémon Go Spot: AuthoritiesProsecutors say he picked up a fare on July 23 from a Palatine bar and asked her if she played Pokémon Go. She said yes, and he allegedly drove her to a lake in Schaumburg, telling her it was a preferred “Pokestop” to play the game.
Police Plan Greater Presence Around Wrigley Field As Cubs Season OpensIt comes with the higher profile of the Cubs winning the World Series after a historic drought, officials said Monday. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.

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