Mike Puccinelli

Gage Park Mass Murder Victims IdentifiedRelatives have confirmed the six people killed in a Gage Park home on Thursday were three generations of the same family.
Governor Seeking To Add New Paid Lanes To Stevenson ExpresswayWould you be willing to pay to zoom through morning traffic on the expressway? Gov. Bruce Rauner is looking at plans to add "managed lanes" on the Stevenson Expressway.
South Side Church Shipping Thousands Of Bottles Of Water To FlintVolunteers were loading three tractor trailers with bottled water on Wednesday, so it could be shipped to Flint, Michigan, to help residents dealing with a water crisis.
Rainforest Café, Morton's, Other Chicago Restaurants Affected By Data BreachThe owners of some popular restaurants in the Chicago area have notified customers to monitor their credit and debit card accounts, after a data breach affecting more than 500 restaurants nationwide.
Chicago's Airports Canceling Flights Ahead Of East Coast BlizzardA massive winter storm set to hit the East Coast on Friday was wreaking havoc at airports across the country, including at O’Hare and Midway in Chicago.
Angry With Emanuel, Protesters Boycott King Day BreakfastSome leaders of the city's black community are demonstrating outside the annual Martin Luther King breakfast over what they say are the failures of Mayor Emanuel.
Man Recalls Confrontation With Chicago Cop At Center Of Latest Video ControversyOn a night in 2007, police stopped Eric Tonson and ordered him to the ground. Someone -- possibly Chicago Police Officer Kevin Fry -- shot him in the neck. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Two Wounded In Riverdale ShootingHoward Walker, 64, went outside his home in the 14200 block of South Tracy Avenue around 5 a.m. to warm up his car for his wife, when he was confronted by at least one armed attacker. Walker also was armed, and pulled out his weapon, exchanging gunfire with the attacker.
Emanuel Wants To Raise Age To Buy Tobacco In Chicago To 21The mayor will introduce the proposal to the City Council on Wednesday. Emanuel said it’s all part of his effort to prevent young people from becoming addicted to potentially deadly tobacco products.
Slick Pavement, Drifting Snow Make For Brutal Start To The DayIcy roads and blowing snow created a big mess of many Chicago area roads this morning, making for a very rough morning for many commuters.
Crestwood School Warned After 2 Children Diagnosed With Whooping CoughTwo children in the southwest suburbs have come down with the highly contagious illness pertussis, or whooping cough, and a school has warned other parents about it.
Family Mourns Police Shooting Victim Bettie Jones At West Side FuneralFuneral services were being held Wednesday morning for a 55-year-old woman who was accidentally shot and killed by a Chicago police officer the day after Christmas.

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