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Chicago Weather: Dry And Not As HotIt will be staying dry in the days to come, but it will not be as hot.
Massive Chemical Plant Fire In Rockton, Illinois, Could Burn For DaysAuthorities have issued a mandatory evacuation order for people who live near the scene of an explosion and large industrial fire in Rockton, Illinois, near the Wisconsin border.
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?
Youth Development Coach Martin Murff, Who Worked With Kids To Stop Violence In Chicago At UCAN, Is Now Charged As Violent Gang LeaderMartin Murff spent years working with kids to stop violence in Chicago, and was thought to be part of the solution. But federal prosecutors in Michigan now say he is a huge part of the problem – and is actually the leader of a violent street gang.
Chicago Police Talk With Doggy Daycare Owner Months After She Reported Sexual Harassment, Groping By Now-Fired Illinois State InspectorChicago Police officers recently stopped by a doggy daycare business to talk to the owner, who said she was groped and sexually harassed by a state inspector.
Washington Prime Group, Parent Company Of Lincolnwood Town Center Mall, Files For BankruptcyLess than a week after we told you about the financial struggles at Lincolnwood Town Center, the suburban mall’s parent company has filed for bankruptcy.
'We Are Resilient:' Chatham Residents Respond To Weekend Mass Shooting"We're not going to let someone take away our joy."
Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman RetiringAfter 30 years with the Aurora Police Department, Chief Kirsten Ziman is retiring.

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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?
Youth Development Coach Martin Murff, Who Worked With Kids To Stop Violence In Chicago At UCAN, Is Now Charged As Violent Gang LeaderMartin Murff spent years working with kids to stop violence in Chicago, and was thought to be part of the solution. But federal prosecutors in Michigan now say he is a huge part of the problem – and is actually the leader of a violent street gang.
Chicago Police Talk With Doggy Daycare Owner Months After She Reported Sexual Harassment, Groping By Now-Fired Illinois State InspectorChicago Police officers recently stopped by a doggy daycare business to talk to the owner, who said she was groped and sexually harassed by a state inspector.
Illinois State Inspector Fired After Groping, Sexually Harassing Doggy Daycare OwnerIllinois Department of Agriculture inspector Jose Guillen, accused of groping Aeslin Pup Hub owner Leah Bindig during an inspection, has been fired.
While Lincolnwood Town Center Mall Is Struggling, Official Says Village's Fiscal Footing Is SoundFor three decades, Lincolnwood Town Center mall has been a big sales tax generator for the Village of Lincolnwood, but it's struggling now. Still, despite the mall’s slow decline, Lincolnwood is actually on sound fiscal footing.
Chicago Police Body Camera Reforms Sluggish, Watchdog Report Finds
Left in the Dark: The Failed Promise of Chicago Police Body Cameras
With Expressway Shootings A Crisis In Chicago Area, Suburban Man Says He Was Narrowly Missed On I-290 In AugustExpressway shootings are becoming so common around Chicago that there are now more than 10 a month on average.

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