Murder Victim's Family Outraged After Red Line Stabbing Goes ViralThe family of a young woman stabbed to death on a Red Line train was furious photos and video of her murder were posted to social media, but no one stopped the man who took her life.
Chess Coach Caught In Union Fight Praised At City HallFriend or foe? It depends on who you ask when talking about the coach of a champion chess team in Chicago.
Chicago Organization Matches Latinos With Good JobsCBS 2's Roseanne Tellez takes a tour of the National Latino Education Institute.
Cook County Jail Forgot About Inmate, Kept Him Months Past Release Date: SuitMilan James Brown, jailed for a probation violation, was feeling good. Until nobody showed up to release him.
Virtual Police Training System Simulates Stress Of Real Active Shooter CallA report of an active shooter is a call no police officer wants to get.
Students Cut Class To Protest School-Funding CrisisThe teens blamed Gov. Bruce Rauner and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for the continuing problem.
Vets Warn Dog Flu Remains A Threat To PetsVets are warning pet owners that the threat of dog flu is not over.
Chicago Attorney Accused Of Shaking Businesses Down With ADA LawsuitsIs John Steele looking out for people with disabilities or cashing in on settlements? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez catches up with Steele in federal court.
On First Teacher Furlough Day, CPS Parents Seek Activities For KidsFriday was the first of three teacher furlough days ordered by the Chicago Public Schools to save an estimated $30 million. With teachers out of the classroom, parents were forced to find alternative activities for their kids.
Teachers Union Boss To Parents: Think Of Possible Walkout April 1 As 'Extra Holiday'Parents are bracing themselves as disgruntled Chicago teachers threaten a "work action" for early next month. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Chicago Police Leaning Toward Domestic Motive In Gage Park MassacreOne month later, crosses and candles -- now covered in snow -- mark the loss of six members of one family, in a violent killing spree a Gage Park home. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Retiring Task Force Head George Filenko Has No Regrets About Gliniewicz, Calusinski InvestigationsThe Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz case captivated the nation and now the man in charge of that investigation, Commander George Filenko, is stepping down in his role as head of Lake County's Major Crimes Task Force.

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