After The Bell: Stocks Lower Ahead Of Key Earnings, Fed MeetingThe S&P 500 lost 6, the NASDAQ dropped 2 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down nearly 78 points, settling to 18,493.
Leaders Tout Measure To Secure Life Insurance PaymentsIllinois State Treasurer Mike Frerichs and state legislators from both parties Tuesday asked Gov. Bruce Rauner to act quickly to sign legislation that would require insurance companies to notify beneficiaries of available death benefits.
What's Driving Up Your Auto Insurance Rates?Zip codes, for one. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker talks with experts.
Call To Invest In Black-Owned Banks Gains Traction In ChicagoCBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at an economic movement to empower the black community.
Girl Hit By Car While Playing 'Pokémon Go,' One 'Pokestop' Is Home To Sex OffendersStories about mishaps and odd circumstances have begun surfacing since the digital game has exploded.
2 Investigators: Con Artists Hijack Widow's Monthly PensionEileen Scramuzzo lost a total of $3,200. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Surge After Solid Jobs ReportThe S&P 500 gained 32, the NASDAQ added 80 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up over 250 points, settling to 18,146.
Ouch! Property Tax Bills Double For Some Chicagoans CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole has a look at how some homeowners are trying to fight back.
Post-Brexit, Americans Expected To Save Big On Travel To BritainFor now, anyway. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
With Automobiles, Good Luck Defining 'Made In America'Only a relatively handful of models really qualify for that phrase anymore, a popular car website says. Ed Curran looks at the top "American" models.
Chicago Area Court Is No. 1 In Bankruptcy FilingsThe court says it had 47,535 case filings in the 12-month period ending March 31, overtaking the Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.
Financial Heartburn Continues Over 'Brexit'CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley talks with experts in Chicago.

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