Katrina Pierce is charged with filing false tax returns and obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 stimulus payments using the identities of homicide victims in Chicago and beyond – some of them children. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.

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John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 5CBS 2's Walter Jacobson interviewed serial killer John Wayne Gacy exclusively in 1992. Confronted by Jacobson about the murders of dozens of young men and boys, Gacy claimed that he had accomplices and that there was another explanation for all the evidence against him -- though he had already admitted to the murders years earlier. This is the last in a five-part series, original airdate May 15, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 4John Wayne Gacy talked about his victims like so many numbers on a scorecard, with no apparent feelings whatsoever like human beings. Speaking to CBS 2's Walter Jacobson, Gacy's even made condescending remarks about the mother of one his victims. This is part four of a five-part series, original airdate May 14, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 3What in Gacy's mind led him to murder dozens of young men and boys? There are no certain answers, but in 1992, he talked with CBS 2's Walter Jacobson about issues with his own father -- and also displayed some chilling obsessions. This is part three of a five-part series, original airdate May 13, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 2In 1992, John Wayne Gacy told CBS 2's Walter Jacobson that he did not commit the murders to which he had already admitted some 13 years earlier. He instead said he was a misunderstood victim of circumstance, and said all the evidence against him had an innocent explanation. This is the second installment of a five-part series, original airdate May 12, 1992.
John Wayne Gacy Talks: Part 1In 1992, CBS 2's Walter Jacobson spent 2 1/2 hours talking with serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was rambling and often inconsistent, but always very cagey. This is the first installment in a five-part series -- original airdate May 11, 1992.
Ordinance To Repeal Vaccine Mandate For City Workers Introduced At City CouncilDozens of Chicago Police officers and other city workers rallied outside City Hall ahead of Monday’s City Council meeting, urging aldermen to support an ordinance that would repeal Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s vaccine mandate. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
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COVID Booster Shots Available In ChicagoAll eligible Chicagoans can get the booster dose for free. Eligible groups include those age 65 or older, people with underlying medical conditions, people who live in a long-term care facility and people who work or live in high-risk settings.
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Chicago Offering COVID-19 Booster Shots Starting MondayEligible groups include those age 65 or older, people with underlying medical conditions, people who live in a long-term care facility and people who work or live in high-risk settings.
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Online Meet-Up Sale Robbery Ends With Gunfire In Belmont HeightsThe would-be seller shot the teens who purportedly came to buy a gaming console after one of them tried to steal it and the other pointed a gun, police said.
Body Found At Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve Identified As Missing United Airlines ExecutiveA body found in the Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve in west suburban Darien has been confirmed to be that of missing United Airlines executive Jacob Cefolia.
Man Shot Dead Outside Apartment Complex In Park CityPolice were called to the building in the Lake County municipality and found the man's body.
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