Think TSA Lines Are Long? Try Getting Your Emissions Test In IllinoisCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports from Naperville, where motorists were queued up to show their cars are environmentally sound.
Fast-Food Worker Advocates Take 'Fight For $15' To Golden ArchesCBS 2's Mike Parker reports on the latest salvo.
Uber, Lyft Face Aldermen As Committee Considers Tougher RulesA job killer, or an attempt to level an uneven playing field? That’s the way two sides describe a proposed ordinance that would force Uber and Lyft drivers to get the same licenses as taxi drivers.
Chicagoland Gas Prices Hit Highest Level Of 2016Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, said the increase is due, in part, to refinery maintenance, which will take longer than expected.
2 Investigators: Some Hand Dryers Harbor Dirty SecretHand dryers in public washrooms should be a clean way to dry your hands, but are some harboring potentially dangerous bacteria? CBS 2's Dave Savini tested filthy-looking hand dryers.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Lower On Interest Rate Hike ConcernsThe S&P 500 shed 7, the NASDAQ lost 26 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed down over 91 points, settling to 17,435.
New Ad Technology Begs Question: Is Big Brother Selling You Out?With today's billboards, you can literally be a target on the road. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Sick Of Remembering All Those Passwords? Try A Password ManagerIf you’re becoming increasingly frustrated over the number of passwords you have to keep track in your life, an Internet security expert has some suggestions.
ComEd Offering Financial Assistance To Customers Facing Extended Hospital StaysComEd has expanded a program that helps military families, veterans, seniors, and others who have trouble paying their electric bills, while at the same time warning the program won’t continue unless lawmakers approve a rate hike.
Breaking Down The Daunting Task Of Saving For RetirementCBS 2's Marissa Bailey talks with two couples at different stages in their lives about the sacrifices they need to make now.
2 Investigators: Couple Pays $1,500 In Hopes Of Tapping $75,000 'Grant'You know where this is going: There was no grant. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Higher As Jobs Report Reduces Rate-Hike ExpectationsWBBM's Andy Giersher reports.