Scammers are taking consumers for millions of dollars a year with a simple strategy. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Crumb rubber made from recycled tires contains potentially cancer-causing materials. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Falling light poles have injured people and damaged property in Chicago. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
Althea Taylor allegedly collected thousands of dollars to help aspiring businesses and charities get government approvals but failed to do the work.
Environmental engineers say a sampling of windows don’t trigger any potential “health effects.” CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
A settlement deal Western Union made with the feds could put some money back in your pocket, if you were a victim.
Sean and Lauren Burnetter almost had to cancel their wedding because they say the person they paid to plan the event took off with their money nine days before the big day.
A deal is a deal. Until it’s not. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards investigates complaints against a former police official in St. John, Ind.
Help is on the way, the Emanuel Administration insists following several reports about excessive waiting times for ambulances. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman has this follow-up report.
Bedridden Letasha Mims was not able to consent to sex, her mother says. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
The terror attacks in Europe appear to have influenced security plans for New Year’s Eve in Chicago. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
For years, the 2 Investigators have been reporting on excessive Chicago ambulance response times that can endanger people with medical emergencies.
Federal investigators who are raising questions about possible fraud, abuse and patient safety. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
New potential dangers were found just months after the city of Chicago was ordered to pay $148 million to a young woman left paralyzed when an O’Hare Airport bus shelter fell on top of her.
Reynobod PE, which contains a Polyethylene core, is the same kind of exterior metal paneling blamed for helping fuel the fatal fire at Grenfell Tower in London.
The CBS 2 Investigators have discovered a Chicago building covered with the same type of flammable panels used on the London building destroyed in a deadly fire.
2 Investigator Brad Edwards reached out to developer Dan McLean in hopes of talking about the materials used for River East.
Now, the question – do other Chicago buildings have similar combustible materials? Dave Savini reports, the city is investigating.
If repairmen approach you in a parking lot and make you an offer that seems to good to be true, it is. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.
Even though most of Evergreen Park’s residents are white, minorities account for a majority of traffic stops there. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.