Traveling Like A Local
Founders of A Toast To Travel, John Helling and Natalie Mosallam, visit CBS 2 to share tips for traveling like a local when visiting countries abroad. Head to their website, http://www.atoasttotravel.com/, for further information, or check them out on social media!
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2018 Wedding TrendsChristmas, New Year and Valentine's Day are the most popular times to get engaged. So now that the question's been popped, it's time to plan that wedding! Party planner Debi Lilly visits CBS 2 to share some of the hot trends you'll see at weddings this year. (aperfectevent.com)
Coping With Gun ViolenceThe shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida is one of more than a dozen school shootings that have taken place throughout the country so far this year. Clinical psychologist Dr. Sheela Raja visits CBS 2 to talk about ways to process such a tragedy.
Back On My FeetBack On My Feet, an organization that combats homelessness through the power of running, is hosting a festive race in Montrose Harbor next week. Meredith Weber visits CBS 2 to talk about the organization and the upcoming event. (chicago.backonmyfeet.org)
Single On Valentine's Day? That's OK!Bela Gandhi, founder and president of Smart Dating Academy, visits CBS 2 to share how singles can fall in love with Valentine’s Day. (http://www.smartdatingacademy.com/)
Valentine’s Day CocktailsMixologist Jennifer Contraveos visits CBS 2 to share some seasonal sips for the approaching holiday!
Valentine’s Day Gifts For GuysWe're a couple weeks from Valentine's Day, and while flowers, candy and jewelry are some of the top gifts for women, what do you get for the special man in your life? Lifestyle expert Josh McBride has the answer!

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The Latest Flooding In Northwest IndianaCBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports from Lake Station, Indiana.
Gun Owner Doesn't Support Many, If Any, RestrictionsCBS 2's Dana Kozlov sits down with a military veteran who owns firearms to talk about potential changes in gun laws.
Father Killed His Son Over Lost Sleep, Police SayA 37-year-old Chicago man was charged with first-degree murder. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.

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