The Chicago Restaurants That Failed Health Inspections In 2015Chicago has had thousands of restaurants fail health inspections this year. How worried should this make you? Not very, actually.
Cinema Chain Starts Inspecting Bags As Safety MeasureCBS 2's Vince Gerasole purchased a ticket at a multiplex Thursday. Cinema staff, not security guards, were checking bags of anyone attending showings.
City Watchdog Finds Shortcomings In Taxi InspectionsChicago’s inspector general has raised questions about inspections of taxi cabs by the city that regulates the taxi industry, and a top administration official has blamed faulty equipment for some of the problems.
2 Investigators: More Failed Food Inspections At SchoolsEven though there is improvement, some schools are still not making the grade. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Boeing Dreamliners Inspected After Reports Of Fuel LeaksFollowing reports of two fuel leaks on Boeing 787 Dreamliners operated by foreign airlines, the FAA has directed the Chicago-based company to inspect all 787s for airworthiness.
2 Investigators: Food Cart DangersCBS 2 checked out eight food carts in Chicago and found potential health dangers that could make customers sick. Pam Zekman reports.
Inspectors Comb Shipped Flowers For Dangerous PestsO'Hare International Airport is among the top 10 destinations for flowers from all over the world at this time of year, and the the pressure is on the inspectors keeping their eyes out for tiny would-be terrorists in the shipments.
City Council Approves 'Risk-Based' Restaurant Health Inspection PlanThe City Council on Wednesday passed an ordinance that will give restaurants with good public health records a break on inspections.
2 Investigators: Could Deaths From Falling Trees Have Been Prevented?CBS 2's Dave Savini investigated the lack of proper tree inspections that is being blamed for causing deaths and injuries to people on roadways, walking paths and even at a golf course.
Emanuel Seeks To Do Away With Some Business InspectionsMayor Rahm Emanuel is proposing changing city licensing ordinances to do away with 16 types of city inspections.
Porches Continue Rotting, Even After City Cites ThemCases against landlords can get bogged down in hearings, and the porches become more dangerous than ever.