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.
Chances are this weekend you’ll be out on the patio grilling meat for dinner. But be careful. As Ed Curran reports, food researchers are warning that overcooking meat on the grill is not healthy.
The tiny T-shirt printing shop on the Near West Side is called Rags of Honor. It’s Mark Doyle’s creative solution – financed by his savings account — to hire unemployed vets.
(CBS) — As the ground heats up, so does business at garden centers. And let’s face it, nothing says Mother’s Day like flowers and plants. CBS 2’s Ed Curran did some shopping to see if […]
If you’ve felt your allergies kicking in, well, it’s that time of year. The latest readings show elevated amounts of grass and weed pollen, and mold.
It’s time for another Saturday morning test drive. If you’re looking for a compact luxury sport sedan, the Cadillac ATS is a standout.
This week we test drive a car most of us would love to have, if we didn’t have to get a second mortgage to afford it. You’ll find beauty, luxury and power in the BMW 650i.
Did you know Chicago hosts the nation’s largest and longest running auto show?
hen it comes to mid-sized sedans, the Ford Taurus has been a well-known name for years and it’s a car built in Chicago!
CBS 2’s Ed Curran looked into what it would take to get to New Orleans this weekend at the last minute.
Every Saturday morning we look at cars, kick some tires, take a test drive. This week, I drove out to the Detroit Auto Show.
Last year, about 500,000 additional students began their online education. But some experts worry they’re missing something. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
On Saturday morning we always kick some tires, whether you are looking for, or dreaming about, a new car.
The bizarrely warm temperatures this week worry one climate expert.
CBS 2’s Ed Curran has a warning from parents and experts who fear these new apps could encourage kids to start smoking the real thing.