Four Dominick’s stores will be closed for three days next month and re-open under the Jewel name on Jan. 16
The two-minute, over-the-top film shows Steve Yamamoto’s fellow employees in the empty supermarket meeting their ends from a falling utility pole, a tornado, robots and even a fire-breathing dragon.
The final day for stores in the closing chain is Saturday. CBS 2′s Mai Martinez visits one North Side location.
Most areas that will see speed limits raised from 65 mph to 70 mph are outside the Chicago metropolitan area, according to a map released Friday by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
There’s change in the air when it comes to how you light your home. A 5-year old law bans production of old-fashioned energy-wasting light bulbs starting in the New Year. But we found most people are still in the dark about the new law.
CBS 2′s Chris Martinez talks with an area attorney who has filed a class-action lawsuit.
Bridges carrying both north and southbound lanes of I-57 over the riverwill be replaced by December 2015.
Milos Rokosz was looking for cheap airfares to Florida on Thursday when he came across a Chicago-to-Melbourne, Fla. roundtrip for $58.
At least one Illinois resident has joined those suing Target after the retail giant disclosed hackers stole millions of customer accounts.
On the whole, it was a Merry Christmas at Jocelyn Flojo’s house, except for that one missing piece: a gift for her 7-year-old son that was ordered online. CBS 2′s Chris Martinez reports.
More than 567,000 thousand people are unemployed in the Chicago area alone, and many of them were using the day after Christmas to jump on that job search. CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.
The pin-up calendar was created by Melissa Callahan, a cabbie who argues cab drivers should be considered city employees.
For many people, the day after Christmas is a day to go back to the stores. It’s not just about exchanging what you got for what you really want, stores also are offering new sales to make up for a slow holiday shopping season.
The passenger train company says Wi-Fi will be installed on the Chicago-to-Carbondale and Chicago-to-Quincy lines. It’ll also be expanded to all four roundtrips on Chicago-to-St. Louis trains; those trains also stop in Springfield.
It’s getting down to the wire as Chicagoans try to wrap up their Christmas shopping in the next couple of days.
Friday, customers were taking advantage of discounts of 75 percent. But with the sales come questions about what happens to the stores that haven’t been purchased by competitors. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
After more than 100 years in business, a west suburban barbershop will close its door for the last time, as its owner is trading in his shears and combs for a set of golf clubs.
Target has warned customers as many as 40 million credit and debit card accounts might have been exposed to identity theft, due to a data breach that began at the start of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office says Chicago and state officials have reached a deal with an Indiana company that will require it to remove huge black piles of petroleum coke from the city’s Southeast Side.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Thursday will announce an agreement with Beemsterboer Slag Co. that will force the company to remove petcoke and metcoke that neighbors say have coated their homes with black dust.
WBBM’s Comcast Business Class Newsmakers Series had Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes talk about social media applications and technologies to a packed Navy Pier Grand Ballroom on October 27th. (credit: CBS/Steve Hardy)
Cats! Kittens! Kittehs! We got ‘em all.
Newsmaker Series: Steve Forbes
Various photos form the Wintrust Business Luncheon