The ranking diplomat for the Philippines in the Midwest estimated rebuilding will take two years after a typhoon ravaged the Pacific island nation, and he called for cash donations to help victims right away.
The McHenry County man who found $150,000 in his vegetable garden two years ago – and was fighting off other claims to the cash- has died, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.
It has been a year and a half since a McHenry man found tens of thousands of dollars in cash in his garden; and as he and two other people wind their way through the courts to claim it, one of them is telling more about how he lost thousands of dollars – instead of a bug.
A north suburban police officer was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to theft for ordering a DUI suspect to pay an unnecessary cash bond.
Two big employers, including one based in the Chicago area, are changing the way they provide health insurance to their workers.
A McHenry County man who found more than $100,000 in his vegetable garden last year only has to wait another month and a half before he can claim it.
The biggest advantage to charging, according to experts, is that credit cards come with lots of perks and protection that cash can’t offer. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
No one has come forward yet for a package of cash found by an 8-year old boy this week in west suburban Riverside.
Cook County officials are looking for nearly 2,000 former property owners who are due money after a foreclosure.
The state of Illinois is preparing to send aid to Japan to help in the recovery from the March earthquake and tsunami.
U.S. Customs agents have seized more than $125,000 in cash from a family that was traveling from O’Hare International Airport to Pakistan.
A 66-year-old Oak Park woman has been charged with theft after allegedly stealing $500 in cash that a customer had dropped on the floor of a donut shop.
A woman was charged with theft after she admitted to stealing thousands from the store at which she worked.
Police are seeking two assailants who held up a Radio Shack at gunpoint Sunday morning in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
Should you pay cash for your gifts or pay with a card? More shoppers are opting for cash to avoid the bills coming due in January. And, as CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, the new financial reform law will help make that decision even easier in the future.
A Maywood police officer was charged Wednesday with swiping cash from suspects after he was captured in a federal sting operation earlier this week.
Maybe it’s time to go to the boss about a little extra money in your paycheck. Think a raise sounds ridiculous when others are still looking for work? Not necessarily, as CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
Asking for political support happens all the time. Trying to buy it is something else. Some Chicago area ministers say that’s what happened at a meeting earlier this week with independent gubernatorial candidate Scott Lee Cohen. CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.