2 Investigators: Pensioners Fight Back When Fund Demands Overpayments Be ReturnedMore than 500 retirees were overpaid more than $5 million over 40 years because of mistakes admitted by the Sheet Metal Workers Local 73 pension fund. CBS 2's Pam Zekman has this follow-up report.
2 Investigators: Man Claims Cops Used Racial Slurs In Two Run-Ins With HimGeorge Taylor previously told CBS 2 he was the victim of misconduct – an incident caught on dash-cam video. Now, there’s been another alleged run-in with officers – and another video. CBS 2's Dave Savini investigates.
2 Investigators: 'Low T' Lawsuit Challenges Safety Of Male Hormone-Boosters
2 Investigators: Cosmetic Butt Injections? Proceed With CautionMore than a dozen deaths have been reported across the country of women undergoing cosmetic injections to have a more curvaceous figure.
2 Investigators: Boy, 9, Injured After Glass Shower Door ShattersA routine evening shower ended with an emergency room visit for a nine-year-old boy. His glass shower door just suddenly shattered, like hundreds, possibly thousands of others that have shattered without warning.
2 Investigators: Strippers Cavort At Public Golf CourseGophers aren't a problem, but adult entertainers may be, at west suburban golf course partly supported with tax dollars. CBS 2's Dave Savini talks with residents who are upset.
2 Investigators: Cyber Criminals Targeting Real Estate TransactionsThis cyber-crime has gotten so big the National Association of Realtors has issued a fraud alert about it.
2 Investigators: Some Profitable Speed Cameras Are Nowhere Near Schools, ParksWhat are they really for? CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
2 Investigators: Woman's Car Smashed After Concrete Falls From ExpresswayBig chunks of concrete keep falling from state bridges.
2 Investigators: Rechargeable Battery Packs Could Store Hidden Danger 2 Investigator Pam Zekman got a tip about an exploding rechargeable battery pack that she just had to check out.
Family Sues City After Daughter's Spine Severed By Falling Pedestrian ShelterTierney Darden and her family were standing outside O’Hare on Aug. 2 when a storm swept in, and they tried to take cover from the hail and high winds by ducking under a massive pedestrian shelter. The shelter, with rusted brackets and bolts missing, blew over, and crashed on top of the 24-year-old dancer.
2 Investigators: Rusted O'Hare Shelters Remain, After Accident That Paralyzed WomanThe structures were missing what could be critical hardware to help secure these massive shelters. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.