Chicago Area Students Helping Give Christmas Gifts To Needy ChildrenOver the past 30 days, about 10,000 toys were donated to the Making A Difference On And Off The Field campaign presented by Buddy’s Helpers and the PepsiCo Showdown.
Suit: Megachurch Swindled Mentally Ill Chicago Woman, 76Bridget Pollard has dementia and is now under the care of the Cook County Public Guardian, who is fighting to reclaim her life-savings. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
4 Injured In Crash With Semi, Which Spilled Coffee Creamer On Dan Ryan ExpresswayThe semi collided with a silver Chevy sedan in the inbound local lanes of the Dan Ryan near 59th around 11:20 p.m. Thursday, according to Illinois State Police.
Stolen Car Crashes Into Library After Teen Shot In Chicago LawnJust after 11 p.m., a person in a black car fired shots into a grey Scion near 60th and Whipple. One of the bullets struck a 14-year-old passenger in the chest.
Thousands Take Pilgrimage To Our Lady Of Guadalupe Shrine In Des PlainesHundreds of people woke up early Tuesday and braved the cold to celebrate the Feast Fay of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The Englewood Angels: One Year LaterDCFS has yet to give Delores permanent custody of the kids. Their mom sees them once a week and their dad will get out of prison in February.
Lake Shore Drive/Stevenson Expressway Interchange Project CompletedCrews have finished two years of construction to build new ramps connecting the Stevenson Expressway and Lake Shore Drive.
CPD Releases Surveillance Image After Woman Raped In Ukrainian VillageThe 31-year-old woman was standing at a CTA bus stop at the corner of Oakley and Chicago around 6:20 a.m. Friday, when a man walked up and punched her in the face.
CPS Plan To Shutter 4 Englewood Schools Sparks ProtestsThe stage is set for a showdown between the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union, over the district’s plan to close several South Side schools.
Obama To Speak At Chicago Climate SummitObama, who signed the Paris climate agreement in 2015, has continued to be outspoken about protecting the environment since leaving office.
Court Battle Over Cook County Job CutsCounty Board President Toni Preckwinkle long insisted the beverage tax was needed to keep services and jobs intact. She now defends the budget passed by the board last week, saying delays to the reductions will only result in deeper cuts later.
Chief Judge Files Lawsuit To Stop Court LayoffsChief Judge Evans is suing Toni Preckwinkle to keep her from laying off at least 156 court employees.

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