CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran was having some voice problems Sunday morning, so he decided to use cue cards to deliver the weather forecast.
Internet security cameras are amazing technology, but if your webcam isn’t properly setup, you may not be the only person in the world watching.
CBS 2’s Ed Curran was on hand Thursday when one young Chicagoan got his first flight.
The first detour, starting in two weeks, will take inbound Kennedy traffic off at Ohio across a two-lane, 15 mph road and back onto the expressway. Simply put, it’ll be a wide-reaching jam-up during three weekends in June. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
The central Illinois town has made some progress, but the road to rebuild the town is still a long process. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Lots of people turn to Craigslist when looking for a bargain — or to sell off some unwanted stuff. But meeting a stranger can be dangerous. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Demonstrators and public officials are seething about BP’s oil spill on the Indiana lakefront, but CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports the damage could have been worse.
CBS 2’s Ed Curran is on the hunt for the city’s worst wheel-buster.
(CBS) – Safety is a major theme at the Chicago Auto Show. CBS 2’s Ed Curran takes a look at some of the features being highlighted beginning this weekend. The new Chrysler 200, for example, […]
CBS 2’s Ed Curran offers a sneak peak at show highlights.
Cook County Transportation Supt. John Yonan says “heave” occurs when water freezes and expands underneath the pavement — forcing it up into washboards, or bumps.
Ice dams. With melting snow and ice and rain, they can cause water damage inside your home. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Nearly 50 years ago, Ford’s Lee Iacocca unveiled the 1965 Ford Mustang to the press. Two days later, a 22-year-old teacher in Chicago needed a car. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Josh McCown credited the unseen hand of divine power.
A day after CBS 2’s Ed Curran reported on plummeting gasoline prices, they’ve spiked in a matter of hours. On a day with no new war, no natural disaster, what’s going on?
When a natural disaster strikes the Philippines, the community in Chicago comes together, either at a church or, of course, a restaurant. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Some visitors have been avoiding downtown parking fees by putting their cars on West Loop streets. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
It’s one of the growing pains of an improved economy. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
The nearly 800,000 customers who switched electric companies have been seeing a savings of about $10 a month.
Hollywood producers and actors are coming back to Chicago in droves, and it means big money for the city. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.