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.
Food Truck Owners Lose Battle With City Over 2012 RegulationsA baker who sued the city over its rules governing food trucks said she plans to appeal a judge’s decision upholding restrictions on where the mobile businesses can operate, and requiring them to be equipped with city-monitored GPS devices.
Gas Prices Expected To Rise After OPEC Cuts ProductionOil prices have surged because traders believe OPEC is finally addressing an oil glut that has depressed prices for the past two years.
'Tis The Season To Protect Your Holiday PackagesCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has some tips on preventing your merchandise from being swiped or damaged.
Expert: Manufacturing May Return To U.S., But With Fewer JobsA DePaul expert says rising labor costs overseas might also help persuade some companies to bring manufacturing back to the U.S., especially with modern, high-tech plants.
Trump To Deliver Good News To Indianapolis: Nearly 1,000 Industrial Jobs Won't LeaveCBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley sets the stage for the president-elect's Thursday visit in Indiana with his vice president-elect.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Higher As Oil DeclinesThe S&P 500 finished up 3, the NASDAQ added 11, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 23 points, settling to 19,121.
The Airbnb Of Cars Is Here, Allowing Owners To Rent Out Their VehiclesThe new app used in Chicago and Evanston is called Getaround. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Some Independent Store Owners Co-Existing With InternetCBS 2's Vince Gerasole pays a visit to Chicago's Lincoln Square shopping district.
Chicago 'Black Friday' Protest Makes Fewer Waves This YearThey shouted some of the same slogans as last year, such as “Sixteen shots and a cover-up,” a reference to the controversy over the 2014 fatal police-involved shooting of black teen Laquan McDonald.
Getting The Biggest Bang For Your 'Black Friday' BucksA retail expert offers tips on finding the best prices. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Hundreds Of O'Hare Workers To Walk Off The Job Next WeekHundreds of non-union workers at O’Hare International Airport plan to walk off the job to demand better pay and working conditions, but their protest won’t disrupt Thanksgiving travelers.

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