He's helped solve murders and cold cases. Now prominent community activist Andrew Holmes has helped police nab his own brother, who is accused of a crime hitting many Chicago residents. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.

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Special Ceremony Honors Murdered Chase Bank Worker Jessica VilaythongLast month, River North bank teller Jessica Vilaythong died after being stabbed on the job. On Tuesday night, family and friends kept Vilaythong’s name alive through tradition and faith. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
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New Search For Stacy Peterson Turns Up NothingAuthorities searched the Sanitary and Ship Canal in Lockport Tuesday. Stacy Peterson, the fourth wife of Drew Peterson, has been missing for 14 years.
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FBI, Illinois State Police Search Sanitary & Ship Canal In Stacy Peterson CaseAuthorities were searching in Lockport Tuesday in the search for Stacy Peterson – the fourth wife of convicted murderer Drew Peterson who has been missing for 14 years – but Peterson’s sister said she was told nothing was found.
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If CPD Officers Are Stripped Of Powers For Not Reporting Vaccination, What Could Be Impact On Public Safety?The Chicago Police Department late Monday was still tabulating how many officers have been stripped of their police powers because they did not report their COVID-19 vaccination status to the city. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

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