Holiday Season Getting Into Full Swing DowntownWinter weather was the only thing missing downtown on Friday as the city prepared to usher in the holiday season.
Crews Assessing Damage After Illinois Gas Explosion Kills 1The area around a downtown square was closed Thursday as crews assessed damage from a natural gas explosion that killed one person and injured several others in the central Illinois community of Canton.
No Bail For Man Charged With Killing And Dismembering Crying ToddlerA Cook County judge has denied bail to a Rockford man accused of killing and dismembering a 2-year-old boy last year, because the lactose-intolerant toddler wouldn't stop crying after he was given milk to drink.
Head Found Two Months Ago In McKinley Park Lagoon Identified As Chicago WomanA head discovered nearly two months ago in the McKinley Park lagoon on the Southwest Side has been identified as a Chicago woman.
Woman Claims DMV Examiner Assaulted Her During Driving TestA 32-year-old woman claims she was sexually assaulted by a Secretary of State’s employee while taking her road test during a driving exam at a Department of Motor Vehicles branch on the South Side.
Charges Pending After Toddler Killed By Driver Who Ran Stop SignTeddy bears and candles sit near the spot where Noah Katz was killed Sunday afternoon.
For Wheelchair Users, Chicago's Polling Places Could Use Some ImprovementCBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports on a team up between Chicago's election department and a group that advocates for people with disabilities.
Chicago Neighborhood Flexes Its Muscle For TrumpChicago is known for its Democratic base, but quite a few Edison Park residents backed the GOP nominee for president. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
After Rally, Chance The Rapper Leads Hundreds To Early Voting SiteThings got interesting in Chicago's Loop, the night before Election Day. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Cubs Fans Jam Downtown For Championship Parade, RallyIt was a party 108 years in the making, and it didn’t disappoint.
Cubs Fans Prove There Is Crying In BaseballThe saying, "there's no crying in baseball," from the movie, ‘A League of Their Own’ has not been the case for many Cubs fans.
Wrigleyville Businesses Working Overtime Due To Cubs Continued Success Workers in Wrigleyville are working overtime as the Cubs continue play in the World Series.

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