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I-PASS Assist Program To Provide Financial Relief By Ending Deposit, Lowering Down PaymentNew financial relief is coming for those who have avoided getting an I-PASS for Illinois tollways. 
'A Lot Of Tarping And Boarding': With Rain Coming, Naperville Residents Cover Damaged Homes"We'll be here to help the people no matter what the weather."
Suspect Arrested After Shooting At CTA Blue Line WindowPolice said he tried to rob another passenger on the Blue Line Wednesday morning.
Chaotic Council Meeting Ends With Calls To Respect Anjanette Young, No Vote On Lake Shore Drive"I'm going stand up for Ms. Young. She deserves to be respected."
Printer's Row Residents Complain Of Unbearable Cooling Fan Noise From Digital Company Getting Even Worse In SummerPrinter's Row residents call it unbearable. They live next to a company that runs fans 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And they are loud.
R. Kelly Transferred From Chicago To New York In Advance Of Trial ThereR. Kelly is being transferred from federal prison in Chicago to a facility in New York in advance of his scheduled trial there.
Mentioning Chicago And Other Cities, Biden Outlines Plans To Combat Gun Violence"Ex-offenders are returning in record numbers to our community, to join the other 85% that are unemployed. So, we need to have a real strategic plan."
Child Tax Credit: What Will The Revised Credit Mean For Families?The revised Child Tax Credit will give parents up to $300 per month per kid, which will make life easier for millions of families.
Arson Suspected In Fire At Citibank In The Loop That Injured One PersonFire and smoke filled the Citibank attached to the Cook County building in The Loop early Wednesday morning. 

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Chicago Police Video Of Gruesome Humboldt Park Shooting Was Made Public Without City's Permission, CBS 2 Has LearnedChicago Police believe cellphone video of a merciless shooting that left a man dead and a woman critically wounded in Humboldt Park over the weekend will help them catch the suspects. But on Monday, CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov learned one video of those crimes that was posted on social media came straight from a city camera – and should never have been made public.
Settlement Talks In Anjanette Young Wrong Raid Case Break Down; City Asks Judge To Dismiss LawsuitDespite months of public promises from Mayor Lori Lightfoot to resolve the lawsuit with Anjanette Young, the city on Friday asked a judge to dismiss the case after settlement negotiations stalled.
Years After Promise Of $100,000 From State And Photo-Op Prop Check, AMVETS Post 14 In Clinton, Illinois Has Not Seen A DimeA few years ago, a photo op from the State of Illinois showed a giant prop check being held up for downstate veterans – made out in the amount of $100,000. But those veterans have not seen a dime.
Police Board Orders Firing Of CPD Officer Patrick Kelly, Accused Of Shooting Friend In Head While Off-Duty And Lying About ItChicago Police Officer Patrick Kelly, accused of shooting his friend in the head more than a decade ago, has been fired.
City Council Committee Advances Plan To Cut Off Retail Liquor Sales At Midnight -- Will It Make A Difference For Crime?A plan to ban retail liquor sales after midnight in Chicago got the go-ahead from a City Council committee on Thursday.
Despite Months Of Promises, No Legal Resolution In Sight For Anjanette Young, City Of ChicagoAs of Wednesday, it had been two years, three months, and 26 days since Anjanette Young was handcuffed naked while her home was wrongly raided by Chicago Police. Despite months of public promises from Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the city and Young are no closer to resolving the case in court.
Son Of Man Beaten To Death By Guards In Prison 'Blind Spot' Demands Answers"I don't know how they could treat a human like that let alone a 65 year old who couldn't defend themselves? Handcuffed. Who does that? You don't even treat animals like that."
Chicago’s Speed Cameras Churn Out Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tickets After Rule ChangeChicago's speed cameras churned out hundreds of thousands of violations in the month after the city dropped the threshold for automated ticketing from 10 miles per hour over the speed limit to just six, data show.
Uber, Lyft Are Rolling Out Security Improvements Amid Carjackings And Attacks, But Is That Enough For Rideshare Drivers To Feel Safe?We are digging deeper into a growing problem in the city – rideshare drivers violently attacked by their own passengers. Uber and Lyft said they are rolling out new security improvements. But CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey asked – is it enough to get drivers back behind the wheel?