Chicago's McKinley Park Named Hottest Affordable Place To Live In America
Chicago's McKinley Park neighborhood was named the hottest, most affordable place to live in America, according to a new real estate ranking list from Redfin. Matt Yurus reports.

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City Colleges Shuttle Sits Idling For Barely Any RidersYour tax dollars pay for it. A white van with a City Colleges of Chicago sign waits outside the Sox-35th station on the Red Line every day, but few people use it, and it doesn't go very far when it does move. So what’s going on? CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker went to find out, and got results.

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