2 Investigators: Gas Bills Soaring After Low Introductory RatesSome alternative energy suppliers offer discounted introductory rates. But, in the end, their prices can soar up to three times.
$10K Could Buy Job At Dorothy Brown's Office, Records AllegeNew allegations reveal pay-to-play allegations of corruption in Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown's office.
Identity Theft Scam Targets Change-Of-Address FormsScammers are latching onto a relatively easy way to steal your identity by using a loophole in the post office's change-of-address system.
Cabbie Helps Cement Case Vs. Accused Cop MurdererNew video has surfaced showing Shomari Legghette seconds after he allegedly killed Chicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer.
2 Investigators: Widow Waits Months On Social Security BenefitsDarlene Groth says her husband told her before he died that she wouldn't have to worry about money. He was wrong.
2 Investigators: Tow Truck Drivers Follow Accident Victim To HospitalIn Chicago, tales of aggressive tow truck drivers and billing abuses are well known. CBS 2's Pam Zekman heard a story so incredible she had to check it out.
2 Investigators: 'Free Trial' FraudScammers are taking consumers for millions of dollars a year with a simple strategy. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Charity Adviser Hit With Fraud ChargesAlthea Taylor allegedly collected thousands of dollars to help aspiring businesses and charities get government approvals but failed to do the work.
First Tests May Put Cracks In 'Toxic Windows' Theory Around AirportsEnvironmental engineers say a sampling of windows don't trigger any potential "health effects." CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
2 Investigators: Western Union Offers Refunds To Scam VictimsA settlement deal Western Union made with the feds could put some money back in your pocket, if you were a victim.
Freezing Battery Victim Waits 27 Minutes For Chicago AmbulanceHelp is on the way, the Emanuel Administration insists following several reports about excessive waiting times for ambulances. CBS 2's Pam Zekman has this follow-up report.
Mayor Must Intervene In Ambulance Shortage, Inspector General SaysFor years, the 2 Investigators have been reporting on excessive Chicago ambulance response times that can endanger people with medical emergencies.