Consumers Turning To Twitter To Air BeefsCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker shows you a new way more customers are getting their complaints seen and resolved.
Ald. Roberto Maldonado Accuses Cop Of Racism After He Gets TicketThe incident that triggered Maldonado’s complaint occurred shortly after 9 p.m. on May 1 after Maldonado picked his children up from swimming practice.
Complaint About Fireworks Results In Shooting ArrestsA complaint of noisy fireworks early Tuesday reportedly led police to arrest two men for a weekend shooting in southwest suburban Bolingbrook.
Occupy Chicago Fights For Publication Referencing TribuneOccupy Chicago is fighting an effort by the Chicago Tribune to hand over the Web domain names for its publication that references the newspaper.
Teachers Already Crying Foul As Strike Authorization Vote Wraps UpThe city could soon know whether Chicago Public Schools teachers are going to authorize a strike, but the teachers are already crying foul.
Union: CPS Layoffs Unfairly Affected African-American TeachersThe Chicago Teachers Union wants federal investigators to review the school board's teacher layoff policy to see if it has unfairly impacted African-American teachers.
Woman Attacked On Lakefront Says Cops Mishandled CaseAkilah Easter was attacked on the lakefront this summer and managed to get away, but she said her nightmare didn't end there. Easter said that, when Chicago police officers arrived to investigate, she felt victimized again.
Complaint: Picketing Hyatt Workers Were 'Assaulted' With Heat LampsThe union representing workers at the Park Hyatt Hotel has filed charges with federal labor authorities, after the wintertime heat lamps were turned on during a picket in the midst of the heat wave last week.
Woman Compares Airport Security Pat-Down To Sexual AssaultSome flyers say new security measures meant to prevent terror in the air amount to just groping on the ground. One Chicago-area woman compares her experience to sexual assault. CBS 2's Kristyn Hartman reports.