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.
Campaign Will Ask Chicagoans To Cut Water Use On 'Overflow Action Days'The conservation push comes as officials get ready to open a massive wastewater reservoir, which also will help prevent flooding. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Loan Fund Aims To Help Delinquent Property Owners Keep Their HomesThe idea is to help some people who are behind in paying their property taxes in Cook County. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Will People Live On As Digital Personalities?The ability to leave behind your digital presence presents a moral dilemma, one tech observer says.
Cook County Braces For Potential Financial Hit From Trump Healthcare PlanThe plan's Medicaid component would mean less money for needy residents. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
U.S. Case Against Russian-Backed Hackers A Wake-Up Call To Consumers: ExpertIt was a nefarious partnership: two spies with Russia's Federal Security Service joining two criminal hackers, who broke into the half-billion Yahoo accounts.
After The Bell: Oil Prices Plunge On Rise In Domestic InventoriesOil prices plunged more than 5 percent on Wednesday, testing three-month lows, after U.S. crude inventories rose much more than analysts expected.
Student Loan Troubles Growing Among Illinois Consumer WoesIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says student borrowers dealing with mounting loan debt are making up a greater number of consumer complaints to her office.
Expect Pushy Energy Sales People, Now That Municipal Deals Are ExpiringElectric companies are about to change in several suburbs. That means aggressive sales people will try to get residents to switch over, CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.