As Chicago Prepares For 40th Marathon, Security Remains Top Of Mind
With the Bank of America Chicago Marathon less than 48 hours away, runners' and organizers' minds were focused on security Friday morning, in the wake of the shooting massacre in Las Vegas. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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Designer Of Collapsed Florida Bridge Also Building East Chicago SpanThe company that designed the pedestrian bridge that collapsed in Sweetwater, Florida, is also working to build a new Cline Avenue bridge in East Chicago, Indiana. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
K-9 Statue At Police Academy Pays Tribute To Fallen Officer Thor SoderbergEight years after Chicago Police Officer Thor Soderberg was shot and killed in the line of duty, hundreds of police recruits honored his memory by dedicating a K-9 statute at the training academy. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
The Future Of School? Glenbrook Schools Testing New Classroom ConceptsThe focus of school administrators has long been on things like textbooks and teachers. Now one north suburban high school district thinks the answer to better learning might involve different furniture and paint. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.


Sister Jean Cheers For Her TeamCBS 2's Megan Mawicke caught up with Loyola's secret weapon, Sister Jean.
Loyola NCAA Hero Donte IngramThe former Simeon HS star shines in the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the Ramblers. CBS 2's Ryan Baker Reports
Loyola Fans Go BananasJim Williams was at a watch party as the Loyola Ramblers won the opening round game on a last second shot.


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