Expect Pushy Energy Sales People, Now That Municipal Deals Are ExpiringElectric companies are about to change in several suburbs. That means aggressive sales people will try to get residents to switch over, CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Want To Check The Background Of Your Online Squeeze? Call The Dating DetectivesThirty-six million Americans are looking for love online -- all at their own risk. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
2 Investigators: Recall Doesn't Cure Problems With Top-Loading Washer2 Investigator Pam Zekman talks with consumers who say they are still having problems with their Samsung clothing washers.
Heating Cost Complaints Spiking This Winter, Utility Watchdog SaysThe Citizens Utility Board said it has seen a 65% increase in complaints and questions this winter about unregulated natural gas suppliers.
Thieves Hitting Utility Boxes Across ChicagoAt 100 pounds apiece, why would anyone take what's inside them? CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Big Challenge For Auto Makers: Getting Millennials To Buy CarsBut they've got some strategies that appear to be paying off, CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Hang Up If A Stranger Asks, 'Can You Hear Me?'Someone may be trying to record your voice to steal money. 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Chicago's Swedish Bakery, An Andersonville Fixture, Closing At Month's EndOwners announced the sad news Thursday, saying the time had come to fill their last jelly doughnut.
Coming To Cicero: A Toned-Down, 'Fast Casual' Version Of HootersThe parent company of Hooters has announced that hoots, “A HOOTERS Joint,” will open in Cicero in mid-February along Cicero Avenue.
America's Bacon Supply Is Seriously Depleted; Prices SurgeAmerica's demand for bacon continues to be superior to the supply, causing prices to rise.
Reusable Bag Giveaway Aims To Help Chicagoans Avoid Bag TaxCity officials will distribute the “ChiBags” at seven CTA locations during the evening commute, according to a statement from the mayor’s office.
An Uber Rider's Nightmare: 'I Don't Want This To Happen To Anyone Else'Catie Banks says her driver started chatting, hands off the steering wheel, looking back at her as he talked.

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