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Gov. Rauner Grants First Posthumous Exoneration In State History Illinois made history Tuesday by making things "right" for a wrongfully convicted man who died in prison. Just days before leaving office Gov. Bruce Rauner granted clemency to a man who was wrongfully convicted of a 1981 murder.
Heroic Rescue Of Senior Citizen Who Was Almost Struck By Metra TrainA Metra train plowed into a car on the tracks near Grace and St. Charles in Lombard Monday night but not before three men grabbed a 96-year-old woman off the tracks.
Questions About Whether Kennels Should Always Be Staffed After West Chicago Fire Kills 30 DogsThe owner of a West Chicago kennel that caught fire and killed 30 dogs was not home when the fire broke out, and according to state regulations, he didn't need to be there.
AHL Calder Cup Possibility For Wolves For First Time In More Than A DecadeLoaded with skilled scorers, the Chicago Wolves have their sights set on capturing their first AHL Calder Cup in more than a decade.
Not Everyone Supports A Minimum Wage HikeCBS 2 political reporter Derrick Blakley reports while Chicago mayoral candidate Toni Preckwinkle wants to increase the city's minimum wage to $15.00 an hour, many in the business community are opposed to the move because they say it's a job killer.