Perplexing Case: When Bully And Victim Have Developmental DisabilitiesIn January, school officials alerted parents of Grace Sanchez that Grace may have been inappropriately touched by a younger student for the second time in three months. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
Business Down In Chicago's Little Village, Amid Fear Of Trump Immigration PoliciesOn Chicago's Southwest Side, the Little Village neighborhood and its dozens of shops and businesses is usually thriving.
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.
Among Tuesday's Elections: Chicago's 4th Ward, Evanston and Aurora's MayoralsTechnically, it’s Primary Day at the polls, and most elections in the Chicago area are non-partisan.
Murder Suspect Mistakenly Released From State CustodyThe Cook County Sheriff's Department is searching for Garrett Glover.
Chicago Area Woman Wins Custody Battle For Bag Of Moon DustNeil Armstrong collected the rocks and dust during the U.S.'s first manned lunar landing. Nancy Lee Carlson bought the artifact in a government auction, but NASA balked at giving it to her.
Firefighters Promote Safety After Fatal Fire In Woodlawn Takes 2 LivesChicago firefighters are speaking out Monday hoping to prevent more fires after Saturday nights fatal fire in Woodlawn.
Gov. Rauner Says He's Working With White House To Curb ViolenceExactly who he's talking to he won't say. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Sen. Duckworth To Hold President Trump To Illinois Infrastructure Promisesllinois U-S Senator Tammy Duckworth is assuring local officials she is putting pressure on the new Trump Administration to invest federal funds to improve Illinois’ infrastructure.
Chicago Public Schools May Close Early Without State Funding BoostChicago Public Schools recently had a hole blown in its budget when Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed a pension-funding measure.
Aurora Man Gets 60 Years For Possessing $1.3 Million Of Heroin A west suburban man at the center of one of the biggest heroin seizures in Kane County history received the maximum prison sentence Friday.
Man Fatally Struck By Vehicle In LansingA man died early Friday after he was struck by a vehicle in south suburban Lansing.

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