Chicago, D.C. Mayors Make Friendly NLDS Wager: Beer, Meats
The mayors of Chicago and Washington D.C. are putting their money -- or in this case, their meat and beer -- where their mouths are as the Cubs and Nationals prepare to begin their series.

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New Bond Rules Letting Dangerous Offenders Out?Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart has been reviewing the new bond rules that were designed to clear his jail of non-violent offenders. It may not be working in every instance, 2 Investigators Brad Edwards reports.
Politicians Continue Debating Gun ControlFlorida's governor has his own ideas after last week's massacre at a school in his state. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Father Of Slain Child Denied BondProsecutors unveiled more details about the gruesome death of a 2-year-old boy in Little Village.
Be Aware Of Pothole CrewsTransportation officials say the time is ripe to fill in road divots, so crews and trucks will be out this weekend.
Dixmoor Mental Health Facility Evacuated Over Bedbug InfestationStaff at The Mothers House was nowhere to be found when officers arrived at the facility at 141st and Leavitt, police say. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
A Promising GoalAfter an ugly racial incident involving an African American hockey player, CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what Chicago hockey fans are doing to right a wrong.

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Digital Ads Inside Uber And Lyft CarsA company is pushing for the right to put digital ads inside Uber and Lyft cars in Chicago, with some revenue going to drivers. Matt Yurus reports.
Dixmoor Mental Health Facility Evacuated Over Bedbug InfestationCellphone video from inside a mental health facility in Dixmoor shows filthy living conditions and a bedbug infestation. To make matters worse, police say the patients were locked inside, with staff nowhere to be found. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Developmentally Disabled Workers Give Deli Owner 'Incredible Amount Of Joy'A deli in the Lakeview neighborhood stands out not just for what’s on the menu, but who is working behind the counters. At Milt’s Extra Innings, customers leave with a full belly and a full heart. CBS 2's Laura Podesta reports.

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Cubs Giving Away Free Tickets At Daley Plaza EventSingle game tickets for Cubs games at Wrigley Field go on sale tomorrow, but fans can get their hands on some free tickets today at Daley Plaza. Colin Faulkner, senior vice president of sales and marketing, has details on the special event at noon.
Blackhawks Ban Fans From Home Games For Racial TauntsThe Chicago Blackhawks fans who shouted racist taunts at a Washington Capitals player have been banned from attending games at the United Center. Those CBS 2's Charlie De Mar spoke with said the move to ban for a "no-brainer."
Rizzo 'Really Proud' Of Parkland Survivors After Deadly School ShootingCubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is back at spring training, after spending time in his hometown of Parkland, Florida, in the wake of a deadly school shooting at his alma mater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He spoke about his experience meeting with the survivors.

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New Bond Rules Letting Dangerous Offenders Out?Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart has been reviewing the new bond rules that were designed to clear his jail of non-violent offenders. It may not be working in every instance, 2 Investigators Brad Edwards reports.
Politicians Continue Debating Gun ControlFlorida's governor has his own ideas after last week's massacre at a school in his state. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Father Of Slain Child Denied BondProsecutors unveiled more details about the gruesome death of a 2-year-old boy in Little Village.

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