Carjacker Forces Woman Into Her Trunk, Crashes 23 Miles AwayA carjacker forced a woman into the trunk of her car in Wrigleyville on Thursday night, and drove her 23 miles to the West Pullman neighborhood before crashing into a tree.
Chicago's Top Cop To Lobby Lawmakers On Repeat Gun Offender LawChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was in Springfield on Thursday to urge state lawmakers to approve tougher sentences for repeat gun offenders.
Chicago Businesses Mark "A Day Without A Woman" With Strikes, RalliesWomen across the U.S. were staying home from work on Wednesday, as part of a national “Day Without A Woman” strike to mark International Women’s Day.
Aspira Charter School Teachers Set March 17 Strike DateTeachers and staff for the Aspira charter school network said they plan to go on strike on March 17, if they can’t reach agreement with management on a new contract.
Man Jumps Out Of Moving Ride-Share Car, Shoots Fellow PassengerA man was seriously wounded in a bizarre shooting involving a ride-share vehicle late Monday night in the South Shore neighborhood.
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.
Common Meets With Teens, Chicago PoliceCommon -- a Grammy-winning rapper, Oscar-winning actor, and poet from Chicago -- spoke to about 2,500 students from all over the world who are members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Hail Mary Buzzer Beater Gives NU Big Win, Boosts NCAA Tourney ShotMarch Madness erupted in Evanston on Wednesday, after a buzzer-beating win for the Wildcats over the Michigan Wolverines, all but sealing the deal for Northwestern’s first-ever berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Cops Release Photos Of Suspect After Woman Fights Off Attacker In CarA woman managed to fight off a man who forced his way into her car last month in the Ukrainian Village neighborhood, and police were hoping surveillance images would help them catch the attacker.
Survivors Dig Through "War Zone Disaster" In Naplate After TornadoAt least 25 percent of the homes in the small town of Naplate, Illinois, were damaged by a tornado Tuesday night, with at least one man calling his home a "war zone disaster," but the community remained resilient as they began cleaning up Wednesday morning.
Cleanup, Repairs Begin After Tornadoes Leave 1 Dead In LaSalle CountyThe National Weather Service was sending out teams to confirm reports of seven tornados touching down Tuesday afternoon and evening in LaSalle County, killing at least one person, and leaving behind extensive damage.
Livery Driver Shot In Washington Park CarjackingA livery driver was shot during a robbery and carjacking early Tuesday in the Washington Park neighborhood.

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