ComEd said Thursday that it will file an appeal to the Illinois Commerce Commission to avoid having to reimburse customers for storm damage from two years ago.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating two near-collisions within months of one another last year at O’Hare International Airport.
A former Tinley Park Police officer admitted to a Will County judge that he left the scene of a drunken driving accident nearly a year ago.
We could have had a lot of snow Wednesday, but we had all-day rain showers instead, making what is already the third wettest year in Chicago on record a little wetter still.
Tomorrow is Nov. 1, 2011. Big deal, right? Well, it is if numbers are your thing.
Taste of Chicago 2011 is up and running, with a smorgasbord of offerings from the city’s favorite restaurants – and a big sandbox too.
Police say overall crime in Chicago was down for the 29th consecutive month in May.
It’s been talked about for over a year, but now the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement is just a few short days away.
Complete Academy Award coverage, with videos, interviews, list of winners, and behind-the-scenes looks.
The Chicago Auto Show officially opens Friday morning at McCormick Place.
The 2011 Chicago Auto Show gets underway Friday, with an assortment of trendy new vehicles.
It’s probably on your New Year’s resolution list: save more money! The big question is how in this economy? CBS 2’s Susan Carlson has three easy suggestions on how to build our bank accounts painlessly.
They’re just starting the playoffs, but we already have a list of opponents for the Bears next year.
In just a matter of hours, it will be 2011, and everyone is getting ready. Need some last-minute plans?
It seems like everything is going to cost more in 2011. And with the holidays in the rearview mirror, you can expect some sticker shock at the store, too. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson takes a look at what you can expect to pay more for in 2011.
It seems like everything is going to cost more in 2011. And with the holidays in the rearview mirror, you can expect some sticker shock at the store, too.
The Chicago Transit Authority passed a new budget plan Wednesday that will not hike fares, nor cut service levels.