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Did DCFS Grade Itself In Audit?The Illinois State Senate called for a review of the child abuse hotline system after AJ Freund's death, but some emails suggest DCFS, whcih runs the hotline, was given the red pen. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Mitchell Trubisky Has A Great Practice As Eddy Piñeiro Looks For AnswersCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on the confidence of a kicker and the quarterback who left last week's game early with an injury.
Horror At Old Irving Park Music School After ShootoutWitnesses describe a chaotic and traumatic scene after a bank robbery suspect first shot a police officer, and then was shot dead by Des Plaines police in a music schooll in incident that also left a teenage boy wounded. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Woman Hit By Falling Light PoleA woman was hit by a light pole that came crashing down in the Thompson Center. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov has the story.
Packaged Salad Products RecalledThe USDA announced the recall of numerous packaged salad products due to E. coli concerns.
New Logo For The Chicago FireTo go along with the team's move to Soldier Field, the Chicago Fire unveiled a new look complete with a new logo.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 11-21-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the extended forecast.
2010 Interview With Starved Rock Killer Chester WegerWeger, convicted of murder in 1960, has serving a life sentence. He was granted parole on Thursday. John Drummond interviewed Weger in 2010.
Officers Injured In Police Car Pileup.CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports on a West Side police chase that left five officers injured and their cars smashed up.
Starved Rock Killer Granted ParoleChester Weger, 80, is serving a life sentence for the March 1960 murders. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports, and talks with John Drummond for some analysis.
Downtown Light Pole Crashes Injuring PedestrianCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports on what happened when a light pole came crashing down outside the Thompson Center.
Goshen Hospital Failed To Disinfect Surgical Tools, Exposing 1,000 Patients To InfectionA northern Indiana hospital has alerted more than 1,000 surgery patients who may have been exposed to hepatitis, HIV and other infectious diseases due to a sterilization failure. Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Injured By Falling Light PoleA woman was injured Thursday afternoon when a street light pole fell on her outside the Thompson Center. Raw video from the scene
Getting Hosed: Water Bill Lowered After Months Of FightingWe got a couple's water bill lowered by more than $33,000, but they're just one case of bungled bills among many. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M. 11-20-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a wet forecast.
Overflowing Trash Finally Cleaned In South ShoreHeaping piles of trash, mice, and rats plagued some South Shore alleys, but CBS 2's Tara Molina got results.
Illinois Seeks To Ban DCFS From Shackling KidsIllinois state lawmakers are considering a bill that would forbid DCFS from foster children like Jawan Cross from being shackled. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Teen Stabbed At Belmont CTA StationThe 15-year-old boy was stabbed when a quarrel escalated at the Red-Brown-Purple Line stop.
Police Chase After Deadly Lawndale ShootingOne man was killed and another injured in the fatal drive-by on Trumbull Avenue.
Shoplifting Suspect Dies At Jewel-OscoA man is dead after employees say they detained him for shoplifting at a Jewel-Osco in East Lakeview on Wednesday evening. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
The Old Irving Park Gunman's Criminal BackgroundPolice say Christopher Willis shot a Chicago Police officer in a wild shootout in Old Irving Park after robbing a bank. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar has a look at at his background and problems he had with his landlord.
Belmont Red Line Stabbing SceneThe scene after a teen was stabbed at the Belmont Red, Brown, and Purple Line stop. (Credit: Jermont Terry/CBS 2)
CTU's Jesse Sharkey On Teachers Missing Makeup DaysThe Chicago Teachers Union demanded makeup days to end a recent strike, but now some teachers are going to be missing those days. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov confronted CTU President Jesse Sharkey about it.
How Are CPS Teachers Missing Makeup Days?The Chicago Teachers Union demanded makeup days to end the recent strike, but now, schools are saying substitutes are needed because some teachers are taking those days off. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

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