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Parent Running Out Of Options During Teachers' StrikeDenisia Bryant has had to take time off work, while paying her sister to babysit her kids in the morning as she drives for Lyft. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
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Woman Charged In Lake County Forest Preserve StabbingMarquette Owens is accused of stabbing a woman who was walking with her young son in the forest preserve. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Judge: Case Against Smollett To ContinueActor Jussie smollett will have to face the city's lawsuit, claiming he faked a racist and homophobic attack.
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2 Parents Plead Guilty In College Admissions ScandalManuel and Elizabeth Henriquez are accused of helping their daughter cheat her way into Northwestern University.
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Man Gets Probation For Racist RantTimothy Trybus berated a woman who had a Puerto Rico pride T-shirt in a Cook County forest preserve last year and was charged with a hate crime.
Chicago Teacher Crosses Picket Line, Keeps WorkingTeacher and chess coach Joseph Ocol has crossed the picket line and is working during the Chicago teachers' strike, and it's not the first time. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
End To Teachers' Strike Seems More DistantChicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey said after Mayor Lightfoot issued a letter asking the teachers to come back to work without a deal, his hopes for a quick resolution to the strike are 'dashed.'
Woman Stabbed In Front Of Young Son In Lake CountyThe attack happened in a forest preserve in Ingleside, and another woman is in custody. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
CPD Supt. Says Cop Who Shot Friend Should Be FiredPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson now says an Officer Patrick Kelly, who poliec admit shot his friend, should be fired. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.

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