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Field Museum Studying Martian Meteorite

Scientists at the Field Museum have been studying a meteorite from Mars that could lead to a demotion of the Red Planet.

02/12/2013

A coyote wanders in the Hyde Park neighborhood on Feb. 6, 2013. (Credit: CBS)

Coyote Sightings On The Rise

Local residents were being warned to keep their pets on a tight leash, as coyotes are out in bigger numbers, and acting more aggressively, likely due to their mating season.

CBS 2–02/06/2013

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Program To Fight Diabetes On South Side Touted As Model

A program on Chicago’s South Side is being touted as a model for the nation in combating the high rate of diabetes in poor neighborhoods.

01/24/2013

Mayor Rahm Emanuel attends a panel discussion on gun violence at the University of Chicago on Jan. 15, 2013. (Credit: CBS)

Emanuel Speaks At Panel Discussion On Gun Violence

He was shot at a gas station, tried to drive to the hospital, and died. As a murder victim’s family was demanding stronger gun laws in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel was pushing for stricter gun control nationwide.

CBS 2–01/15/2013

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Best Ways To Experience The Presidential Inauguration In Chicago

A prestigious institution of higher learning once graced with educational lectures from our president elect, The University of Chicago is an ideal place to visit during the 2013 inaugural ceremony. These important landmarks in Hyde Park are well worth considering at this historic time.

01/07/2013

Matthew Collum, a senior at Westinghouse College Prep, has received a full scholarship from the University of Chicago. (Credit: CBS)

West Side Teen Gets Full Ride To University Of Chicago

A high school senior who lives in one of Chicago’s poorest and most violent neighborhoods has received a full scholarship to one of the most prestigious universities in the world.

CBS 2–12/11/2012

Metro Squash teaches young urban youths the relatively unknown sport. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Metro Squash

Squash in this case is not a vegetable. It’s a sport that helps inspire young people. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports on a Hyde Park-based program.

11/30/2012

A defibrillator used to treat cardiac arrest.

Doctor Maps AED Locations

Dr. David Beiser and students from U of C’s Lab School set out to map AED locations in Hyde Park.

11/29/2012

Michelle Jahnke was diagnosed with cancer six weeks after learning she was pregnant.

Faith Powers Expectant Mother In Cancer Fight

Michelle Jahnke was diagnosed with cancer six weeks after learning she was pregnant.

11/28/2012

Michelle Jones, 17, is charged with armed robbery with a firearm, and attempted armed robbery with a firearm, in the mugging of two University of Chicago students on Oct. 16, 2012. (Credit: Chicago Police)

Teenage Girls Charged With Robberies At U Of C

Four teenage girls have been charged with robbing two University of Chicago students at gunpoint.

10/18/2012

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New Cat-Sized, Veggie-Eating Dinosaur Discovered By Paul Sereno

Dinosaur hunter Paul Sereno has uncovered a new species–a cat sized vegetarian with teeth like a dog.

10/03/2012

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University Of Chicago Does Away With Swim Test Requirement

For college students at the University of Chicago, the swim test will soon be history, along with the physical fitness and endurance tests that led many students to end up with a gym requirement.

CBS Chicago–09/28/2012

Former Mayor Richard M. Daley talks about his first year of retirement, after speaking at a trade show at the Merchandise Mart on June 11, 2012. Daley left office in May 2011, after 22 years as mayor of Chicago. (Credit: CBS)

Daley, Freeman-Wilson Team Up For U Of C Public Policy Program

Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and a group of University of Chicago graduate students he now teaches are reaching across the state line to help the battered steel town of Gary, Ind.

WBBM Newsradio–09/25/2012

MRI images from a breast cancer screening. (Credit: CBS)

Recent Breast Cancer Study Giving New Hope To Doctors, Patients

A recent breakthrough could change the way doctors treat breast cancer.

CBS 2–09/24/2012

53rd Street

New Bar, Concert Venue Coming To Hyde Park

University of Chicago students who have outgrown the frat party scene have been complaining about the dearth of nightlife in Hyde Park for decades. But they will soon have one more option besides taking a seat at the long bar at Jimmy’s Woodlawn Tap.

CBS Chicago–09/13/2012

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Study: Many Young Minority Voters Could Be Turned Away Due To ID Laws

A sizable number of young minority voters could find themselves turned away from polling places in November because of new photo ID laws.

CBS Chicago–09/12/2012

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Chicago Radio Veteran Steve Edwards Headed To U Of C Institute Of Politics

Longtime Chicago radio host Steve Edwards is set to move into the world of academia, taking a position at the new Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago, according to multiple reports.

CBS Chicago–09/06/2012

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U Of I Ranks Fourth Among Top Party Schools

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is making headlines – but not for its academics.

CBS Chicago–08/21/2012

Dr. Donald Liu

Chicago Surgeon Sacrifices Life To Save 2 Children In Lake Michigan

Dr. Donald Liu, a Chicago surgeon who devoted his life to saving the lives of children, died Sunday as he tried to rescue two young boys in Lake Michigan.

CBS Chicago–08/06/2012

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Report: Chicago’s Unemployment Rate Shrinking Fastest, But Still Nation’s 3rd Worst

A new report touted by Mayor Rahm Emanuel says Chicago’s unemployment rate is shrinking faster than that of any major city – even though it is still the third highest in the nation.

CBS Chicago–07/18/2012

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