A corroded pole fell on top of Lauren Lammy’s automobile. Could people be the next victims? CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
Jay Loos says a lack of complete protective netting at Wrigley Field and other major-league ballparks puts fans in danger.
That’s because able-bodied motorists are taking up handicapped spaces. CBS 2’s Dave Savini investigates.
Retaliation? An industrial firm that fled Illinois while complaining about the state’s business climate is now having trouble collecting a Cook County tax refund.
How does an Illinois motorist get somebody else’s red light ticket and have to pay it? CBS 2’s Dave Savini sorts it out.
2 Investigator Pam Zekman has this update on the city’s efforts to determine what may have gone wrong with a soundproofing project.
What’s driving these violent — and sometimes fatal — incidents? CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Were city building inspectors asleep at the switch when a contractor built an addition to a Chicago bungalow? CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
CBS 2 Legal Analyst Irv Miller calls it unprecedented.
The con artists find their targets by trolling public real estate web sites to see who’s behind on their mortgage or facing foreclosure. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Some residents having problems with their soundproofing windows — specifically, a burning smell — say they’re getting the runaround from the Chicago Department of Aviation. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Ginger Evans sent a deputy as a city panel discussed soundproof windows that have become a problem for some residents around Midway. Aldermen were not pleased. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
A Cook County jury has awarded $148 million to a Chicago area woman paralyzed after an O’Hare Airport bus shelter fell on her in 2015.
The owner of a company that made millions making sound-resistant windows for homes around Chicago’s airports is answering his critics. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards has this follow-up report about a Chicago area towing company that charged $37,000 to dislodge a semi-truck from an underpass.
It goes like this: Some customers see incredible spikes in their power bills; ComEd inspects their electric meter; the spikes disappear, with ComEd saying there was nothing wrong. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
In 2015, Tierney Darden’s spinal cord was crushed when a 700-pound shelter fell on her. A jury is determining how much the city must pay her.
Tierney Darden was taking cover from a severe storm outside O’Hare in Aug. 2015, when a 700-pound pedestrian shelter crashed on top of her.
Tierney Darden was seeking shelter from a storm at O’Hare when a structure meant to protect her fell on top of her, severing her spinal cord
The election lawyer who brought about the political downfall of the former Lake County coroner has signed on as a defense attorney in his criminal trial. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.