Rehabilitation Institute Of Chicago Patients Move To New BuildingThe new 1.2 million square foot Shirley Ryan AbilityLab employs a staff of full-time researchers that work around the clock.
Woodstock Apartment Complex Fire Displaces 50 PeopleCrews from 15 different fire departments responded and rescued people from their balconies. One person was transported to a local hospital.
Army Veteran Facing Deportation Seeks Help From Durbin, DuckworthThe family of a U.S. Army Veteran, ordered to go back to Mexico, is pleading with two U.S. senators to step in.
First-Timers: Northwestern Embracing NCAA Men's Basketball Tourney T-ShirtsWBBM’s Michelle Fiore stopped at the Evanston campus, where merchandise went on sale Monday.
Abused Indiana Puppy Gets Second ‘Chance’ At LifeA family discovered a severely beaten puppy who refused to die after he crawled into their backyard last Christmas.
Horse Stable May Close In Lake In The HillsThe Lake in the Hills village board has given the owner of its last remaining horse stable six months’ notice they'll be terminating their lease.
Muslim Family Says United Airlines Discriminated Against ThemA north suburban Muslim family filed a lawsuit alleging United Airlines was discriminatory in asking them to get off a flight.
Teen Dramatist Raises Money For Injured ParishionerShows staged by Brooke Ferricks have gone from a neighborhood gathering to a community outpouring. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Program Pairs Military Veterans, Dogs That Need Forever HomesVeterans with PTSD got matched with service dogs having trouble finding a forever home. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
NEIU To Lay Off Student Aides To Save MoneyThe budget impasse in Springfield has forced Northeastern Illinois University to lay off student aides to cut costs.
Jesse Jackson Jr. Says His Kids' Mental Health Is At Stake In DivorceFormer Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has not yet publicly offered an explanation for filing for divorce from his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, but said Monday his main goal in court is to protect his two teenage children from tabloid headlines.
Thousands ‘Hustle Up The Hancock’ To Fight Lung DiseaseParticipants went up 94 flights of stairs to support local efforts to promote clean air and raise awareness for lung disease.

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