2 Investigators: Mover Accused Of Gouging CustomersTwo women say a moving company demanded more money after their belongings had been loaded on a truck. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Preckwinkle's Allies Drop Big Bucks To Pop Tax Swing VotesThe tax could be repealed Tuesday, but it was a sweet deal for some politicians who may now vote against it.
2 Investigators: Man Blinded After Foul Ball Accident Sues Cubs, MLBJay Loos is suing the Cubs after a fast-moving foul ball smashed into his face, causing him to go blind in one eye.
2 Investigators: Cubs Fan Blind In One Eye After Foul Ball AccidentJay Loos says a lack of complete protective netting at Wrigley Field and other major-league ballparks puts fans in danger.
2 Investigators: Firm Claims Political Retaliation For Move To IndianaRetaliation? An industrial firm that fled Illinois while complaining about the state's business climate is now having trouble collecting a Cook County tax refund.
2 Investigators: Red Light RipoffHow does an Illinois motorist get somebody else's red light ticket and have to pay it? CBS 2's Dave Savini sorts it out.
Toxic-Smelling Window Testing Begins2 Investigator Pam Zekman has this update on the city's efforts to determine what may have gone wrong with a soundproofing project.
2 Investigators: Few Arrests As Chicago Carjackings SpikeWhat's driving these violent -- and sometimes fatal -- incidents? CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
2 Investigators: 'Slippery' Contractor, Or Failing City Inspectors?Were city building inspectors asleep at the switch when a contractor built an addition to a Chicago bungalow? CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Judge Throws Book At Serial Offender After 2 Investigators ReportCBS 2 Legal Analyst Irv Miller calls it unprecedented.
2 Investigators: Ailing Senior Tricked In Mortgage Modification ScamThe 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.
2 Investigators: Warranty May Have Expired On Toxic-Smelling WindowsSome 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.

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