Lisa Madigan Sues Navient, Sallie Mae For Student Loan OffensesIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is suing some of the largest names in the student loan industry.
Dairy Queen Closes Illinois Store After Owner Uses SlurDairy Queen has closed one of its stores in Illinois and terminated its relationship with the franchise owner after police say he used racial slurs in an angry confrontation with a customer.
After The Bell: Stocks Hit All-Time HighsThe S&P 500 gained 8, the NASDAQ added 33 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 64 points, settling to 19,963.
Sears Selling Craftsman Tools Brand For $900 MillionStanley Black & Decker Inc., which makes and sells tools under the DeWalt and Black & Decker names, wants to grow the Craftsman brand by selling its products in more stores outside of Sears.
Chicago's Ford Plant To Roll Out Hybrid Police VehiclesCBS 2's Jim Williams reports it's a welcome news for thousands of Ford employees here who remember bleak times.
Lockport Residents Decry Plan For Massive Industrial ParkHundreds of people have signed an online petition saying they do not want two million square feet of warehouses and trucking terminals built in the middle of a residential neighborhood.
Amazon To Build 2 Distribution Centers In Western SuburbsThe projects will employ 1,000 people. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
County Official Will Try To Persuade Aldi From Closing In MaywoodAldi says it’s closing the store Dec. 24. Elected officials say that will create a “food desert” because Aldi is the last supermarket in town.
Metra, Uber Strike Marketing PartnershipThe partnership is expected to generate non-fare revenue for Metra and bring customers to stations.
The Hershey Kiss Off: Chocolate Store On Mag Mile Closing After HolidaysHershey’s Chocolate World Chicago, which opened in 2005, will remain open through the holiday season before shutting its doors for good sometime in January.
2 Investigators: Cost Of Replacing Lead Service Lines Is On Chicago Home OwnersOther cities have programs that help owners replace the dangerous material. Not Chicago. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Black Workers Accuse Chicago Area Temp Agency Of Favoring HispanicsThe lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Chicago, claimed Deerfield-based MVP Staffing denied jobs to African-American applicants.

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