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It's Not Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas: Stress, Delays On Global Supply Chain Leave Businesses ScramblingIllinois' largest Christmas showroom, Treetime Christmas Creations in Lake Barrington, isn't immune to the global supply chain bottlenecks that escalated over the summer.
Latest Report Card On CPD Reforms Calls Out Failures In Anjanette Young Raid, Lack Of Training For School Resource OfficersWhen you read through a court-appointed independent monitor's latest progress report on the Chicago Police Department’s reform efforts, you can see the results of CBS 2’s investigative journalism.
Getting Hosed: Bad Water Bills Aren't Chicago's Only Problem -- Many Residents Are Drinking Lead-Laced WaterOver the years, viewers have reached out to the CBS 2 Investigators concerned about the high levels of lead in their drinking water. 
Inspector General's Office Completes Probe Of Anjanette Young Raid And Its Fallout“We’re done with the investigation and it will go to the administration next week, we hope,” Inspector General Joseph Ferguson said.
As Many Chicago Schools Remove Cops From Hallways, Data Shows Some Schools Send Kids To Police At Alarming Rates
Daycare And Other Business Owners Says Alderman Refused To Provide Access Letters, Resulting In Thousands Of Lost Revenue
'No Woman Should Ever Experience Something Like This:' Women Head To Chicago Abortion Clinics All The Way From Texas, Where Near-Total Ban Is In EffectIt has been more than a month since Texas' near-total ban on abortions went into effect - leading many women to cross state lines to neighboring states to the point where those states can barely keep up with demand. Some are also now coming all the way to Chicago.
Cook County Prosecutors Have Declined Felony Charges In Schaumburg Stabbing, West Side Shootout, Initially Citing 'Mutual Combat' But Later Revising ReasoningTwo recent Cook County criminal cases – one involving a shootout, the other a deadly stabbing – ended with a similar result of no felony charges at all.
City Defends Quiet Contract Extension For ShotSpotter Gunfire Detection System As Residents ComplainChicago Police took heat Monday for a controversial contract extension for the gunfire detection system known as ShotSpotter – an issue we have been uncovering at CBS 2 for months.

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