Facebook Could Do More To Remove Violent Content Quickly: ExpertIt took Facebook three hours to remove Steve Stevens’ video, which apparently shows him shoot Robert Goodwin Sr. to death.
Chicago Alderman: Airport Security Officers Need To GoRay Lopez makes the suggestion in the wake of last weekend's fiasco in which a paying United passenger was dragged off a plane. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
How Bad Is Chicago's Cab Market? Plunging Taxi Medallion Prices Tell The TaleThe licenses were selling for a top price of $385,000 in 2012. But the rise of ride-share companies have decimated that market. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Chicago Aldermen Grill United, Airport Officials Over Passenger-Dragging DebacleThe vice president of United's Chicago hub came to City Hall to offer an apology for the incident seen on social media.
Millennials Driving 'Grocerant' Trend, Especially In ChicagoThey are grocery stores with ready-to-eat dishes. WBBM's Kris Kridel talks with a supermarket analyst.
A Reminder: Hang Up When Phone Scammers Ask, 'Can You Hear Me?'The callers are trying to elicit a “yes” response, according to the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. Scammers can then use the recording to authorize fraudulent charges.
2 Investigators: Play Center More Like A Danger Zone, Injured Boy's Mom SaysMichael Galasso was four when he shattered his elbow and arm on a 22-foot-high inflatable fire truck slide. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Comparison-Shopping More Important When Gas Prices Are Low: ExpertThe spread gets pretty wide across Chicago, Patrick DeHaan of Gasbuddy tells WBBM.
Con Artists Target Earnings Of Uber DriversA caller says they're from corporate and then demands login information for the driver's Uber account. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Wrigleyville Parking Rate 'Surge' Gets Tryout This SpringThe surge pricing on Cubs game days and for concerts will encompass about 1,100 meters in an area's bounded by Broadway, Belmont, Southport and Irving Park Road.
Hacked: Information On Up To 1.4 Million Jobless In IllinoisHackers got access to names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth for people who crossed paths with the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
Fed Rate Hike Will Mean Higher Credit Card Interest CostsChicagoans will wind up paying $17 million total, and an average of $17 more a year per person in interest as a result, analyst Robert Harrow said.

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