U.S. Case Against Russian-Backed Hackers A Wake-Up Call To Consumers: ExpertIt was a nefarious partnership: two spies with Russia's Federal Security Service joining two criminal hackers, who broke into the half-billion Yahoo accounts.
Second Wave Of Snowfall Hits, Blame 'Lake Effect'The Chicago region could get hit by another 5 inches to 10 inches of snow.
How Did Prosecutors Miss Deadline In Murder Case, Allowing Defendant To Walk?Kamari Belmont walked out of Cook County Jail because he didn't get a speedy trial, as state law mandates. He was killed shortly after. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Chicagoans Fight Back To Defend The City's ImageChicago's image is taking a beating around the world. Several Chicagoans offer a vigorous defense of the city and all the good it holds.
Chicago Saw First Glimmer Of Oscar-Winning 'Moonlight'When Tarell Alvin McCraney was studying acting at DePaul, a professor saw he had another talent, too: writing. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
U. of C. Medicine Trauma Center Head Aims To Tackle Chicago ViolenceDr. Selwyn Rogers, the first director of the University of Chicago Medicine's new trauma center, hopes to curb city's soaring gun violence.
Minority Families Claim They're Being Evicted To Make Room For Non-LatinosJose Garcia wonders where he, his wife and young children will live next. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
The Women Of CeaseFire: Trying To Bring Calm In A City Of ViolenceThey go to the hospitals and the streets to stop family members and friends from retaliating when a loved one is shot.
Lawsuit Filed Against Lake Zurich High School After Abusive HazingThe parents of two Lake Zurich High School football players filed Wednesday a lawsuit against the school district and the team’s coaches for allegations of abusive hazing in the locker room and showers.
Mothers Group Threatened To Take Down Englewood Crosses MemorialSome said the crosses honoring gun violence victims emphasized the negative image people already have of the South Side neighborhood.
Starbucks CEO's Stance On Trump Travel Ban Stirs Up Bitter BrewStarbucks CEO Howard Schutlz pledged to hire 10,000 refugees, sparking a social media backlash. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Chicago Couple Recalls The Blizzard Of 1967 As 'Scary,' 'Fun'Would Chicago be as hobbled today if the same volume of snow came down in 2017? CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.

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