Chicago High School Staffer 'Died Doing What He Loved -- Helping People'Jeffery Komada, a veteran staff member at Taft High School, was helping a stranded family on the Tri-State Tollway when he was killed over the weekend.
Audit Details Mismanagement Of Anti-Violence Program Launched Under Former Gov. QuinnFormer Governor Pat Quinn launched an anti-violence program years ago with taxpayer dollars. Now an audit finds there's questions about millions of state tax dollars.
1-Year-Old Girl Wounded In Neck Out Of The Hospital A one-year-old girl shot in the neck by a stray bullet is back home recovering from her injuries.
Suburban Woman’s Death Linked To Elizabethkingia Outbreak A bacterial infection called Elizabethkingia has already claimed 18 lives in Wisconsin. Now the first case confirmed here in Illinois has taken another life, reports CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey.
Industrial Business Says Goodbye To Illinois, Reopens In IndianaThe president of Hoist Liftruck says he would have saved tens of millions if he had done it years ago. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Brussels Bombings Prompt Travel Alert For EuropeAs spring break gets underway in many areas, the U.S. State Department has issued a travel alert for Europe, warning American citizens of a potential threat throughout the continent after Tuesday’s attacks in Belgium, and other recent bombings in Turkey.
Boy, 7, Shoots And Kills Himself In EnglewoodDevon Lofton, 7, was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital at the University of Chicago, after suffering a gunshot wound to the head around 3:45 p.m. Sunday in the 6700 block of South Aberdeen Street.
Sports Authority Files For Bankruptcy, Will Close 140 StoresOne of the nation’s largest sporting goods retailers, Sports Authority, has announced plans to close or sell about 140 stores, and two distribution centers, including one in Romeoville, as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Chicago Police Officer To Be Sentenced For Beating Caught On TapeA Chicago police officer convicted of beating a suspect inside a South Side convenience store four years ago was set to learn his fate on Wednesday.
Chicago's First Zika Case ConfirmedA woman in her 30s, who recently returned from Colombia, visited Presence Saint Joseph Hospital in Lakeview in January with flulike symptoms. Blood tests have confirmed she had contracted the Zika virus.
Study: Some 3D Printers Emitting Harmful Particles3D printers are becoming more common, but, as CBS 2's Marissa Bailey found out, some experts worry we don't know enough about them yet and fear they could put our health at risk.
Exhibit Honoring Fallen Vietnam War Soldiers Finds New Home At Harold Washington LibraryCBS 2's Marissa Bailey explains what went into resurrecting this memorial and why so many more people will now see it.

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