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A.J. Freund's Mother Transferred To Prison To Serve 35-Year Sentence For His MurderJoAnn Cunningham has been transferred to a prison in central Illinois, where she’ll begin serving her 35-year sentence for killing her 5-year-old son, A.J. Freund.
DePaul Student Tests Positive For COVID-19The building the student was in on Wednesday is being thoroughly cleaned, according to school officials.
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Two Children Wounded In Separate Shootings OvernightOnce again, children were caught in the crossfire of gun violence of Chicago. Two boys, ages 8 and 14, were shot in two separate incidents about 30 minutes apart overnight. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
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Federal Database Problems Repeatedly Delay Already Slow Waits At Illinois Driver's Services FacilitiesMultiple system outages at the Illinois Secretary of State’s office are also to blame for recent delays. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory tracked down the source.
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