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Man Charged With Stealing Tools, Trying To Sell Them OnlinePolice say Michael Schuerr stole his neighbors' tools in Round Lake and put them up for sale on Facebook Marketplace. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
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Brazen Burglars Target Lincoln Park HomeThe burglars were caught on Ring doorbell camera as they nonchalantly walked away. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
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School Bathroom Camera Suspect Had History Of Lewd ConductCBS 2 has learned that Daniel Garcia-Espinal has a history of lewd behavior involving public restrooms, and we're asking how he was allowed to work with kids.
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Chicago Is The Most Affordable Big City For Minimum Wage WorkersChicago might be the most affordable major city in the U.S. for minimum wage workers, but even with city's minimum wage now at $13 per hour, a new study shows low-wage earners still have a hard time paying rent. Katie Johnston reports.
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