2 Investigators: 'Free Trial' FraudScammers are taking consumers for millions of dollars a year with a simple strategy. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Jail Population Plunge Has Been Good For Taxpayers, Dart SaysCook County Sheriff Tom Dart, who has preached jail reform for years, saw results in 2017.
Pritzker Under Fire As Dem Candidates Meet With TribuneTaxes, tapes and toilets -- just three of the topics when the Democratic candidates for governor get together in the same room. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
City Prepares For Women's MarchCrews on Friday were already blocking off areas of Grant Park, where thousands are expected Saturday.
Harper College Psych Professor Accused Of I-80 Shooting SpreeCharles Johnston had an encounter with a truck driver, shot at people at a gas station and then exchanged fire with state troopers who finally arrested him, authorities say.
Grandmother, Reading Bible, Victim Of Car Jacking A 72-year-old woman was the victim of a car jacking in Chicago, the latest in a rash of them in the city.
Field Museum To Study Meteorite From Michigan After Tuesday's FireballPhilip Heck, the Field Museum’s Pritzker Associate Curator for Meteorites and Polar studies, said he's really excited to get his hands on the rock.
Emanuel, Rauner Discuss Chicago Making Amazon's Top 20 HQ2 ListMayor Emanuel and Governor Rauner had somewhat different perspectives on Chicago making the list of 20 possible sites for Amazon’s much sought-after second headquarters.
Family Sues Lyft, Driver After Elderly Crossing Guard Hit By CarJanet Gould, a 34-year veteran crossing guard, hit her head when she was struck by a Lyft driver on Jan. 8. She remains in a coma.
Medical Marijuana In School Case Returns To Court MondayThe legal battle over whether to allow an 11-year-old Hanover Park girl to receive medical marijuana at school returns Monday to federal court.
2 Carjacking Suspects Arrested After High-Speed Chase In Stolen MustangPolice said the two suspects stole a lime green 2014 Ford Mustang from two men in their 20s around 9:15 p.m. Thursday near 115th and Church streets.
Chicago-Area Home Sales Moved Slower Than The Regional Average In 2017Home sales in a handful of Chicago-area communities appeared to be significantly slower in 2017 than the regional average.