Fourteen months after a Cook County Judge ruled Gerald Reed should get a new trial for a 1990 double murder, based on his claims of torture, another judge on Friday threw out that ruling, and ruled Reed will continue serving his life sentence. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.

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Man Wounded In Lawndale Shootout With Police Officers Charged With Attempted MurderA 30-year-old man who was wounded in a shootout with Chicago Police officers Monday night in Lawndale has been charged with attempted murder.
Possible Strike Vote Looms In Ongoing School Reopening Showdown Between CPS And CTUYet another showdown between Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. Kindergarten through 8th grade students are set to return to in-person learning in a week-and-a-half, but teachers say COVID-19 is still a threat. CBS 2's Marissa Parra tells us how teachers could be moving towards a strike.
CPS CEO Janice Jackson Holds Roundtable Discussion On School Reopening PlansChicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson held a virtual roundtable discussion with parents on Tuesday about the plan for more students to return to in-person learning next month.
Chatham Education And Workforce Center Brings New Job Training And Career Advancement Programs To South SideA new community center designed to help people on the South Side get job training and classes to advance in their careers celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday.
Chicago Buildings To Go Dark Tuesday Night In Honor Of National COIVD-19 MemorialLocal buildings and institutions will go dark at 6 p.m. Some buildings will then display candles and ring bells in observation.
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CPS Teachers Hold March On King Day, Seek Information On COVID Cases In SchoolsThousands of Chicago teachers have already switched back to in-person learning and thousands more are supposed to ehad back next week, but their union says everything from bad ventilation to a lack of vaccines is making it unsafe.
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