2 Investigators: City With Shuttered Nuke Plant -- And Waste Dump -- Wants Exelon's HelpZion's mayor says the ComEd parent company left a hole in the city budget, and tons of dangerous waste, when the local nuclear plant closed. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
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.
Ford Brings 'Sleek' Updates For 2018 MustangDwayne "The Rock" Johnson premiered the latest Mustang on Facebook.
Fast-Food Giant Rolls Out A Taco-Fried Chicken HybridBehold, the Naked Chicken Chalupa, which rolls out nationally at Taco Bells Jan. 26. It features a shell made of fried chicken.
Hostess Recalls Holiday White Peppermint Twinkies Over Salmomella FearHostess has voluntarily recalled its Holiday White Peppermint Twinkies, due to concerns about possible salmonella contamination in the candy coating.
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.
2017: Year Of The Chicago Cash GrabCBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley tallies up the hundreds of dollars in new taxes and fees Chicagoans will have to pay -- and why.
Deadline Approaching Friday For Chicago Property Tax RebatesTime is running out for Chicagoans to apply for property tax rebates designed to soften the blow from the city’s largest tax increase in history. The deadline is the close of business on Friday.
Chicago Plastic Bag Ban Ends In 2017; New Bag Tax Delayed Until FebruaryIn 2017, the city will repeal its ban on plastic bags, but will push back a new shopping bag tax by a month.
City To Repeal Plastic Bag Ban, Delays 7-Cent Bag Tax To Feb. 1In a letter to businesses sent last week, the city said the delay in the new 7-cent-per-bag checkout tax is aimed at giving businesses more time to integrate the tax into their point of sales systems.
Suit: McDonald's 'Value Meal' Costs More Than Buying Items SeparatelyJames Gertie says his lawsuit filed this month is about principle, not 41 cents.
8 Million Cuisinart Food Processors Recalled Over Laceration HazardAbout eight million Cuisinart food processors have been recalled, because the blades can crack and break off into food, creating a laceration hazard.

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