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Carpentersville Police Shoot Man In ShootoutPolice in northwest suburban Carpetnersville shot a man who allegedly opened fire on officers in a residential area Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
After Years Of Complaints, Muddy Mess Gets Sudden FixA Calumet City couple said they complained for at least five years about a muddy problem in their alley, without help from the city. Suddenly, public works crews showed up less than an hour after CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory marched in with questions.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, June 19, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Northfield BIke Path Plan Stirs ControversyPutting in a bike path might not seem controversial on the surface, but some people living in north suburban Northfield are not happy with the current plan to extend the existing Skokie Valley Trail. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
One Injured In Englewood FireOne person was injured in a house fire Wednesday morning in the Englewood neighborhood.
Police Release Surveillance Photos Of Gunman In CTA Bus ShootingChicago Police have released surveillance photos of the suspect who allegedly shot three people on a CTA bus Monday evening in Chatham, near 77th and State.
A.J. Freund's Parents Return To Court In Murder CaseA group of activists in McHenry County is seeking changes at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, as the parents of 5-year-old A.J. Freund face murder charges in his grisly death. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Racine Police Officer John Hetland Killed Trying To Stop RobberyThe police department in Racine, Wisconsin, is mourning one of its own, after Officer John Hetland was shot and killed while trying to stop an armed robbery while off duty overnight.
UPS Delivers $42,000 Sports Card Collection To Wrong AddressA family’s prized collection of sports cards as lost when they shipped them across the country and UPS delivered them to the wrong address. UPS then offered to pay only $100 for a collection worth more than $42,000, until CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker stepped in.

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Teen Entrepreneurs Learn Business Lessons To End Cycle Of Poverty And ViolenceLike a broken record, experts say street violence stems in part from people without purpose. One Chicago woman is trying to change that, by giving unemployed teens a chance to create their own business. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Detective, Forensics Expert Testify At Brendt Christensen Murder TrialWe continue to learn new details about the death penalty case against former University of Illinois student Brendt Christensen, accused of killing Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, June 18, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Racine Police Officer Shot And Killed Trying To Stop RobberyAn off-duty police officer in Racine, Wisconsin, was shot and killed Monday night, after witnessing an armed robbery at a bar.
Sheriff's Deputy Shoots Carjacker At Car WashA Cook County Sheriff’s deputy shot a 16-year-old carjacker Monday night at a car wash in the Little Village neighborhood, authorities said. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
A.J. Freund's Parents Due Back In CourtA group of activists plans a demonstration at the McHenry County Courthouse on Tuesday, when the parents of 5-year-old A.J. Freund are due in court on murder charges. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Man Shot And Killed, Car Flips Over In South ChicagoA man was killed late Sunday night, after a shooting led to his car crashing and flipping onto its roof in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Man Shot And Killed, Car Flips Over In South ChicagoA man was killed late Sunday night, after a shooting led to his car crashing and flipping onto its roof in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Pillsbury Bread Flour RecallChicago-based Hometown Food Company is recalling 5-pound bags of Pillsbury's Best Bread Flour over fears of E. coli contamination.
Ragu Pasta Sauce RecallCheck your cabinets if you plan on cooking some pasta for dinner tonight. Some Ragu pasta sauces are being recalled, because the jars might contain plastic fragments.
Boeing Admits 'Mistake' In Handling 737 Max Warning SystemBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg acknowledged the company made a “mistake” when it came to handling the cockpit warning system in its 737 Max planes before two fatal crashes killed 346 people, and prompted regulators around the world to ground the jets.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, June 17, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
Spoofing Victim Warns Others Of Phone Scams: 'This One, I Felt, Was Really Unbelievably Real'It’s an old scam with some modern twists; someone calls a senior citizen, pretending to be a relative in trouble, and asks for money. One victim wants to share he story to prevent others from falling victim to the con. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Sister Act: Impressive Twins Naomi And Nannette Beckley Are Bound For Ivy LeagueAfter lots of hard work, it’s a double celebration for the Beckley family in Pullman, as twin sisters Naomi and Nannette were accepted to Ivy League universities. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Trial In Slaying Of Chinese Scholar Yingying Zhang ResumesThe federal death penalty trial of a former University of Illinois student accused of killing a visiting Chinese scholar continues on Monday. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Former Northwestern University Fraternity President Charged With Stealing $460,000 From Sigma ChiA former Northwestern University fraternity is charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from Sigma Chi.
Teen Killed In Front Of Dad In Gary While Selling XboxA 16-year-old boy was shot and killed in front of his father in Gary, Indiana, when a robbery turned violent Thursday evening.
Testimony: Suspect Bought Drano After Chinese Scholar DeathA former University of Illinois doctoral student on trial in the killing of a visiting scholar from China bought Drano and garbage bags three days after the slaying, according to testimony Thursday.
Supervisor Goes On Tirade After American Airlines Mechanic Writes Up Safety ConcernA profanity-laced video has raised questions about safety on one of the biggest airlines at O’Hare International Airport, and about what is acceptable behavior in the workplace. In a story you’ll see only on CBS 2, Mike Puccinelli sat down with the mechanic who recorded the video.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (6AM, June 14, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.

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