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"Mike Crausser in the loop. You hear the one about the non the high school freshman and the homeless guy. Good story coming up, and Illinois is next governor speaks out about immigration w medium sports. This is Dave Kerner. NBA? Boston leads the bulls twenty nine to fifteen in the first quarter. Northwestern beat depaul seventy five sixty eight in college hoops, Illinois, also getting a win Loyola. And you I see both lose clearing skies. Very cold tonight. A low of twelve degrees in some outlying areas near twenty at the lakefront, it's seven thirty one CBS news update, he lasted sixteen months as White House chief of staff, but retired General John. Kelly's leaving the job in the next few weeks. CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey says President Trump made the announcement and is looking for a replacement John will be leaving at the end of the year. President Trump confirmed reports as chief of staff John Kelly will leave the White House by the end of the year. I don't know if I can say retiring, but he's a great guy for months, the relationship between the president and his chief of staff has been strained with Kelly wielding dwindling authority the power vacuum filled by his son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, Steve Dorsey CBS news, the White House Kelley been brought in to try and manager White House. Analysts say is filled with infighting and competing power bases. Word of his impending departure comes a day after Mr. Trump named his picks for attorney general and ambassador to the United Nations. When to senior aides shifted from the White House to the Trump campaign. CBS news update, I'm Sam Litzinger. WBZ news time seven thirty two. As the news watch continues a suburban nun and teacher was in the loop today. With students until giving them a lesson that she said she hoped would help them to in her words find their potential for greatness. We met up with Sister Mary Jo Sobia. She was chatting with a couple of homeless guys at Wabash and Randolph.."