North Lawndale Pharmacy Has Connection To MLKIt's been a fixture on the west side for nearly 60 years, but many Chicagoans don't know Del-Kar Pharmacy's link to Dr. Martin Luther King.
For Families Of People Killed By Police, DOJ Report Offers Little ComfortFor Bettie Jones’ daughters, there is still a lot of pain and anger. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Victim In Chain Of Carjackings Recalls Encounter With 'Psychopath'The gunman who confronted a mom at a South Loop Target was very busy earlier in the day. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Man Fatally Shot In Harvey Home Invasion; Dad Wounded, Brother BeatenPolice in the south suburbs were searching for two suspects, after one person was killed and two others were injured in a home invasion Sunday evening in Harvey.
No Bail For 4 Suspects In Facebook Torture VideoA Cook County judge denied bail Friday to two men and two women accused of kidnapping a teenager with special needs, torturing him, and sharing live video of the attack on Facebook.
Chicago Woman Says She's Being Evicted After Fraudulent Reverse MortgageBarbara Herron starts packing up 55 years’ worth of memories. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Family Wants Public To Know Other Side Of Police Shooting Near Villa ParkA call to a violent domestic disturbance, ends with a 17-year-old boy shot by a DuPage County Sheriff's deputy.
Hegewisch Community Helps Man After Fire Takes Everything He OwnsThe community is helping a man who lost everything after a fire burned down his mobile home in Hegewisch.
Ald. Willie Cochran Indicted For Extortion, And Stealing From CharityAld. Willie Cochran (20th) has been indicted on federal charges, for allegedly shaking down businessmen in his ward for bribes, and for allegedly looting money from a charity he ran.
Residents Complain About More Chicago Mail MixupsCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reported earlier this week about goofups on one block. Other residents reached out to her.
Northwest Side Block Plagued By Chronic Mail Mixups, Neighbors SaySubstitute mail carriers have been doing the route after the regular postman was reassigned. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Residents Shovel, City Plows To Keep Up With SnowfallThe snow started falling Saturday afternoon and many homeowners have been shoveling, trying to keep the snow from piling up.

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