McDonald's Testing McNugget Recipe Without PreservativesThe Oak Brook-based hamburger chain says it began testing the new recipe in about 140 stores in Oregon and Washington in March.
Robotic Future Of Room Service Is Nearly HereBotlr the butler robot can bring towels, bottled water or a new toothbrush to your hotel room. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Chicago Attorney Accused Of Shaking Businesses Down With ADA LawsuitsIs John Steele looking out for people with disabilities or cashing in on settlements? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez catches up with Steele in federal court.
New Facebook System Describes Photos To People Who Are BlindWhat's it like to hear the new automated descriptions? CBS 2's Mai Martinez talks with two Facebook users about their experience.
Proposed Crackdown On Tow Trucks Lacks Teeth, Watchdog SaysCBS 2's Audrina Bigos talks with interested parties about a proposed "bill of rights" that is supposed to protect motorists.
It May Be Cheaper To Switch To ComEd, Chicago Area Consumers Are DiscoveringA number of municipalities had struck deals with alternative-energy providers. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Price Of A First-Class U.S. Postage Stamp Drops This WeekendCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot explains why the cost to consumers drops from 49 cents to 47 cents.
Feds, Madigan Shut Down Company Creating "Phantom Debts"Federal and state authorities have shut down a Westmont-based operation accused of harassing people around the country into paying debts they don’t owe.
Doughnut Maker Calls Dibs On Square ShapeSquare Donuts says Family Express is infringing its trademark. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
2 Investigators: Woman Shells Out $400 For Adele Tickets, But They're FakePeople taken by concert ticket counterfeiters are unwittingly financing organized crime operations. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
'Beer Me' At The Office? Some Chicago Bosses Are Cool With ThatSome employers think there may be a connection between a little booze and creative thinking. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
City Council Raises Chicago Smoking Age To 21, Bans Chewing Tobacco At BallparksAldermen have approved Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s latest push to cut down on tobacco use, by raising the smoking age in Chicago to 21, and banning chewing tobacco at ballparks and other sports arenas.

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