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House Might Vote On Short-Term Deal To Avert Government ShutdownHouse Republican leaders are scrambling to find enough votes to avert a government shutdown before Friday night's deadline, and the White House says a bipartisan bill put forward do prevent it is dead on arrival. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
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CPD Hosting Conference To Show Off Crime-Fighting StrategiesChicago crime is returning to the national spotlight, but this time for the way the city appears to be winning the fight against violence. Dozens of officers from around the country are in Chicago to learn the Chicago Police Department's new techniques. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
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