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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.
Capitals' Devante Smith-Pelly Calls Racial Taunts 'Ignorant'Four fans were ejected from the United Center Saturday night for chanting a racial taunt while Devante Smith-Pelly served a penalty. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Chicago Wolves Surging After Rocky StartThe other pro hockey team town is in the midst of a turnaround of its own, and the Chicago Wolves are regaining their bite. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Lawmaker Wants To Ban Tackling In Youth FootballA state lawmaker is introducing a proposal to ban tackle football for all children under age 12, and if approved the law would be named after former Bears player Dave Duerson, who committed suicide, and later was diagnosed with CTE. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Illinois Lawmaker Seeking To Ban Tackling In Youth FootballA state lawmaker on Thursday planned to unveil legislation that would ban children under age 12 from playing tackle football in Illinois, in an effort to reduce head injuries. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.

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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."
Gubernatorial Candidates Face High School StudentsSix Democratic candidates hoping to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner took part in a debate, fielding questions from 50 of Illinois' youngest voters. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Homeowners In Munster Brace For FloodingThere are a number of things you can do now to protect your basement from potential flooding. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.

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Sheriff: Man Who Impersonated Federal Officer Had AR-15, Body ArmorA man was arrested in central Illinois on Saturday for impersonating a federal officer, and authorities discovered an assault rifle with hundreds of rounds of ammunition in his Hummer.
Robbers Target CTA Riders In Pedway TunnelsChicago police are looking for a group of five young men who have robbed people in the Pedway tunnels connecting the Red Line and the Blue Line in the Loop. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Uber Passenger Shot And Killed In South ShoreA 34-year-old man riding in an Uber was shot and killed overnight in the South Shore neighborhood, apparently after leaving a party. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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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."
Gubernatorial Candidates Face High School StudentsSix Democratic candidates hoping to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner took part in a debate, fielding questions from 50 of Illinois' youngest voters. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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