False Alarms At Railroad Crossings Cause Months Of Headaches In Lockport
Gates closing, but no trains; months of false alarms at railroad crossings in Lockport have been causing quite a headache for drivers, but a fix might finally be in the works. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.

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Pregnant Woman Ordered To Be Deported Gets October ExtensionA last-minute reprieve came Thursday for Adilene Marquina and her family who have been taking sanctuary at Faith, Hope and Life Mission Church in Chicago Lawn.
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Hammond Closes Road On Chicago BorderHammond mayor Tom McDermott shut down a road along the border of Chicago Friday and told a local radio show that he may never re-open the street again. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports
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