Special Olympics Celebrates 50 Years: 'We Don't Have Disabilities, We Have Differences'
Anne Burke was instrumental in starting the Special Olympics games a half century ago. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson sat down with Burke as the world celebrates the Special Olympics’ 50th Anniversary in Chicago.

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PAWS Chicago Rescues 35 Dogs And Cats From Florida After Hurricane MichaelA group of PAWS Chicago volunteers returned from Florida on Wednesday, after rescuing 11 dogs and 24 cats, to help shelters in Florida’s panhandle save animals left homeless by Hurricane Michael.
Campaign Staffers Sue Pritzker, Claiming DiscriminationLess than three weeks before the November election, several current and former campaign workers have filed a federal lawsuit against Democratic candidate J.B. Pritzker, calling his campaign a “cesspool of racial discrimination and harassment.” CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Robber Shot And Killed In Home Invasion; Accomplice Charged With MurderAn Evanston man has been charged with murder, after an alleged accomplice was shot and killed Tuesday during a home invasion and robbery attempt in far north suburban Lindenhurst.
Pritzker Campaign Staffers File Discrimination LawsuitLess than three weeks before the November election, several current and former campaign workers have filed a federal lawsuit against Democratic candidate J.B. Pritzker, calling his campaign a “cesspool of racial discrimination and harassment.”
Mental Fitness Trial For Man Who Locked Daughter In BasementA suburban Chicago man who, with his wife, confined their daughter to their basement faces a jury trial to determine whether he is mentally fit for further legal proceedings.
More Than 20 Hurt In CTA Bus CrashMore than 20 people were injured when a CTA bus hit a traffic light pole Wednesday morning in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood.

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