Busy Day Ahead For Chicago's AirportsO’Hare and Midway airports were packed on Wednesday as the Thanksgiving travel period got underway, but it’s been smooth sailing so far.
South Suburban Company Owner Sued For Defrauding CustomersTwo lawsuits filed earlier this month allege that the owner of a south suburban company defrauded senior citizens out of thousands of dollars in deposits for electrical power generators that were never delivered or installed.
Kennedy Expressway Ranked Worst Bottleneck In U.S.Anyone who has used the Kennedy Expressway at rush hour knows how bad the traffic can be, so it should come as no big surprise that it has been ranked as the worst bottleneck in the country.
At Waterman Farm, Customers Come Face To Face With Their Thanksgiving DinnerThe birds at HoKa Farm have a relatively good life, but nothing lasts forever. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
New Auto Insurance Model: Pay As You GoMetromile offers an alternative to flat-rate auto insurance policies, but is it right for you? CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
2 Investigators: More Health Concerns About Energy Drinks
Madigan Seeks Probe Of Peoples Gas Main Replacement ProgramMadigan said an independent audit of the Peoples Gas Accelerated Main Replacement Program revealed skyrocketing costs for consumers. Originally estimated to cost $2.2 billion when it was first approved in 2009, the pipe replacement program could now cost $8 billion, according to an audit by Liberty Consulting Group.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Flat As Wall Street Eyes Fed Rate HikeThe S&P 500 closed flat, the NASDAQ added 19 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 47 points, settling to 17,910.
Contestants Seek Nod -- And $10,000 Prize -- For Best 'Elevator Pitch' It’s called an elevator pitch: selling your business idea to a potential investor in a mere 60 seconds.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Lower On Lackluster GDP DataThe S&P 500 dropped a point, the NASDAQ lost 21 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed down 24 points, settling to 17,755.
Chicago Area Gas Prices Continue Downward TrendEven with crude oil prices inching up a bit on Wednesday, Chicago area gas prices have been tumbling.
Processed Meats -- Yes, Including Bacon -- Can Cause Cancer, World Health Experts SayThe North American Meat Institute calls the report "dramatic and alarmist" and argues cancer is a complex disease "not caused by single foods.”