There is a call for change following the CBS 2 Investigator report Monday that showed how dangerous offenders and gun offenders are cutting and running from electronic monitoring.
It’s a $60-million problem: That’s the cost of settlements and judgments paid out by the CTA for bus accidents.
CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini tracks drivers violating road safety and talks to a man severely injured and suing the company.
The Bracelet Cutters: 25 Violent Or Gun Offenders Are On The Loose From Electronic Monitoring In Cook County
More than 80 people have disappeared while on Cook County’s electronic monitoring program since last September.
A Metra track inspector and two mechanics have been paid a total of $1.2 million in overtime in the past five years.
The popular home improvement chain posts a no pets allowed warning. The child’s family sits down with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini and wants to know why the policy is not enforced.
A government mistake almost ruined a woman financially. 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports that when she needed it the most, Social Security failed to live up to its promises.
Mario Cupello was charged with ten felonies, accused of scamming his west suburban landscaping clients. But when Cupello, a convicted felon, appeared before Judge Stanley Hill he was released on an I-bond, or a no cash bond.
Opioid overdoses are up 60 percent and all too often the source of those drugs are doctors, some using their medical license as a license to deal.
Pam Knight was brutally beaten by a suspected child abuser as she attempted to rescue a two-year-old boy. She was in a coma, left disabled, then died from her injuries. Her husband wants to know why she and other DCFS workers do not ALWAYS have police backup.
Experts say getting puppies with parvo symptoms to a vet fast is critical because it’s highly contagious.
At the hospital that same night Angela Darsham met other families affected by the rat poison-laced drugs.
“We were up against a well funded machine. We were up political boss Toni Preckwinkle.”
An hour before he was going to apply the decals, Jake Zaagman says the custom order was cancelled and he was left with the materials.
Crooks are now stealing phone numbers in order to drain accounts.
A consumer advocacy group is pushing a proposal to protect customers shopping for alternative electric and gas companies.
A Chicago police detective has been accused of framing people for murder.
He thought he was getting a special deal for Cubs tickets. But now a suburban man is crying foul.
A state legislator is now calling today for tougher regulation of online ticket brokers.
The CBS 2 Investigators have video of a food delivery driver dropping off a meal, then walking off with a package. The victim said no one would help, until CBS 2’s Dave Savini got involved.