Dorothy Tucker

Many Retailers Not Ready To Meet Deadline For Accepting Chip-Enabled CardsA big change is coming to your favorite stores. They have one day left to prepare for chip-enabled cards, but CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, many stores aren’t ready.
Devices Allow Dealers To Disable Cars For Late PaymentsThe days of a repo man sneaking on your property, and taking your car in the middle of the night, may be ending.
How To Sort Through All Those Credit-Card OffersTrying to decide which one to choose can be overwhelming. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker helps you cut through the clutter in this report.
Chicagoan Wins Emmy For Transgender Series 'Transparent'The Amazon comedy-drama is based on the family experiences of Lane Tech alum Jill Soloway.
Some Runners Say They Got Last-Minute Notice About Changes To Chicago EventScores of women who signed up for the Chicago "Women Rock" event are complaining about last-minute changes that are shortening their time on the track. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Civilian Employee Of Police Department Gunned Down While Unloading GroceriesThree teens on bicycles zooming down Church Street started shooting. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
No Car? Not A Problem For Some Uber Drivers
Lemont, Palos Park Locked In Land DisputeAs CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, homeowners aren't the only ones putting on the boxing gloves.
Tension, Then Mutual Respect, Between A Black Motorist And A White State TrooperIndiana State Police Trooper Aron Weller has written at least 6,600 tickets in his eight-year career. But he'd never changed his mind and tore one up until last Sunday. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Days Numbered For Magnetic Strips As Companies Begin Circulating 'Chip Cards'CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at where retailers stand less than a month from the switchover deadline -- and what it means to you if they don't make it.
CPS Hotline Tackles Parents' Questions As Students Head Back To School
Emmett Till Died 60 Years Ago Today, Launched The Civil Rights MovementA wreath of white flowers marked the grave of a Chicago teenager, whose brutal killing 60 years today in the Deep South helped launch the civil rights movement.