Aurora Carpenter Assembles 58 Crosses In Las Vegas For Massacre Victims
Aurora carpenter Greg Zanis has set up 58 wooden crosses in Las Vegas to honor the people killed in Sunday’s mass shooting. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.

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Graduation Is A Family AffairCBS 2's Sandra Torres reports on a grandmother and her granddaughter sharing the stage to graduate from Chicago State University on the same day.
County Official: Let's Invite U.N. 'Peacekeepers' To ChicagoIs Commissioner Richard Boykin thinking outside the box -- or grandstanding about violence? CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Car Window-Shooting Spree In WaucondaThe damage spree began Dec. 8, and it's approaching two dozen incidents that has totaled thousands of dollars in damage. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Net Neutrality And The Worries From Small BusinessesCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on how the net neutrality ruling could affect small internet-based businesses.
Cop Shot Son For Drinking His Vodka: ProsecutorsRaymond Leuser, who once served as interim police chief of Indian Head Park, is being held without bond. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Remembering Chicago Music Legend Willie PickensThe jazz legend had a heart attack while rehearsing at Lincoln Center in New York. He was 86.

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Suburban Cop Who Once Served As Police Chief Charged With Shooting SonA suburban police sergeant was due in court Thursday afternoon to answer charges he shot his own son. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
Car Shot On Dan Ryan ExpresswayThe outbound Dan Ryan Expressway was shut down for more than an hour, after a car was shot Wednesday morning.

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Suburban Cop Who Once Served As Police Chief Charged With Shooting SonA suburban police sergeant was due in court Thursday afternoon to answer charges he shot his own son. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
Mobile Weather Lab: Lake Effect Snow In Northwest IndianaLake effect snow is making for a messy morning commute in northwest Indiana. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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5 Years Later, Nation Remembers Sandy Hook MassacreThursday marks five years since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The lives of 20 children and 6 teachers were lost. CBS 2's Nikki Battiste reports.
Republican Tax Plan Heading For Final Vote Next WeekCongress is poised to hand President Donald Trump his first legislative victory: an historic rewrite of the income tax code. The Republican tax bill is expected to be approved and signed next week. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.
Cat Named D.O.G. Helps With Canine TrainingHe might be a cat, but don't call him kitty, call him D.O.G. The feline with an ironic name serves an important role at a training center for service dogs.

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Graduation Is A Family AffairCBS 2's Sandra Torres reports on a grandmother and her granddaughter sharing the stage to graduate from Chicago State University on the same day.
County Official: Let's Invite U.N. 'Peacekeepers' To ChicagoIs Commissioner Richard Boykin thinking outside the box -- or grandstanding about violence? CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Car Window-Shooting Spree In WaucondaThe damage spree began Dec. 8, and it's approaching two dozen incidents that has totaled thousands of dollars in damage. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.

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