How Do I Eliminate Bank Fees?From reading the fine print and following all the rules to avoiding overdraft charges and shopping around for a bank, here are some great ways to eliminate bank fees.
Banks On Notice About New ATM-Draining ScamFraud expert William Kresse says if you have an ATM card you are at risk. CBS 2's Chris Martinez reports.
Lewis Points Finger At 'Rich White People' For School ProblemsA day before the first set of school closings was set to begin, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis had some harsh words about how the Chicago Public Schools are funded and managed, blaming much of the district’s problems on racism.
Firefighters Union Backs Ordinance To Allow Renters To Stay Put During ForeclosuresThe union that represents Chicago firefighters is getting behind a proposal that would prevent banks from kicking out renters during foreclosure proceedings.
Housing Advocates Want Banks To Reimburse Renters Kicked Out Due To ForeclosureHousing advocates have thrown their support behind an ordinance introduced to the Chicago City Council, saying it could help renters and keep neighborhoods safer.
Durbin Proposes Cap On Interest Rates For Payday LoansSenator Dick Durbin said today that some of the nation's biggest banks are now offering what are essentially payday loans, with interest rates as high as 400-percent.
New Ordinance Drafted On Foreclosed Property MaintenanceThe Emanuel Administration is proposing changes in its ordinance requiring banks to clean up vacant, foreclosed properties.
Chase Bank Opening New Branches, Adding 400 JobsJP MorganChase will open four new bank branches in Chicago and add more than 400 jobs by the end of 2012.
Ordinance Holds Banks Responsible For Maintaining Vacant BuildingsThe City Council on Thursday passed an ordinance that holds banks responsible for maintaining properties once they have foreclosed upon them and left them vacant.
Your Credit Card: Use It, Or Possibly Lose ItSurprisingly, banks may pull your credit card if you're paying your bills on time but not using the plastic enough. CBS 2's Rob Johnson explains.