Chicago Police have released surveillance photos of the suspect who allegedly shot three people on a CTA bus Monday evening in Chatham, near 77th and State. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.

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Chicago Teachers Head To Picket LineChicago Public Schools teachers are on strike Thursday morning and set to picket outside every CPS school. That means no school for 360,000 students.  
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New Ordinance Could Delay Marijuana Sales In Chicago By 6 MonthsRecreational marijuana becomes legal in Illinois next year, but on Tuesday, what seemed like a routine City Council Zoning Committee vote was suddenly blocked when the Black Caucus demanded a closed-door meeting.
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Trial For Woman Accused In That Killed 3 Indiana School Children BeginsNearly a year after three Indiana children were hit-and-killed, steps from getting on their school bus, the woman accused of killing them is going to trial.
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