Nearly 3,300 parking tickets have been dismissed in the city over the past two years because they were incorrectly issued.
Jose Izaguirre fights through permanent injuries to work in his Cicero barber shop. His pain is the result of a 2012 high-speed police chase.
Three teenagers buying potato chips were wrongly accused of armed robbery by an off-duty Chicago police officer with past complaints against her.
The family of Eugene McSwain has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit, seeking answers. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
A CBS 2 investigation last week revealed a family had high lead levels in their water and the city didn’t tell them about it for months.
What’s driving the frightening rise in interstate shootings? CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Hand dryers in public washrooms should be a clean way to dry your hands, but are some harboring potentially dangerous bacteria? CBS 2’s Dave Savini tested filthy-looking hand dryers.
Is there lead in your our drinking water? There’s good reason for concern.
Pam Zekman reports when a crowdfunding site is involved, it’s a classic case of buyer beware.
You know where this is going: There was no grant. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Derrick Lee collected money in the name of a children’s hospital. What happened to the proceeds? CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
He’s a Chicago firefighter and public servant, someone of trust. However questions are being raised about his side job for a company that does fire repairs.
The 2 Investigators reveal it’s almost impossible to stop these modern-day cyber-pirates.
If you don’t see the dog with your own eyes, in person, it may not exist. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Catherine Brown claims Chicago police officers rammed her car and roughed her up, endangering her children. CBS 2’s Dave Savini looks at dashcam video.
It started as a painkiller for cancer patients. Now, it’s a street drug being manufactured in illegal pill labs by drug cartels and it is killing users.
It’s not the money the family of Philip Coleman wanted. What they wanted is a change in the behavior of police officers and they want the ones involved in his death to be prosecuted.
Another multi-million-dollar payout for police misconduct approved by city council today, this time for the 2012 death of Philip Coleman.
CBS 2’s Dave Savini investigates private companies with CPS connections using school space and not paying cash.
Did Cook County police strong-arm a Chicago mother to buy guns on the street before they’d release her daughter in a drug case? CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.