Social Security May Not Be There For Today's Young WorkersWith Baby Boomers retiring at a faster pace, the Social Security system is rapidly changing. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Fire Commissioner Defends OT Costs, Response TimesFire Commissioner Jose Santiago said lawsuits over hiring practices have been to blame for staffing shortages that led to as much as $43 million in overtime costs this year.
If Predicted Bacon Shortage Comes True, Piggies May Not Get To MarketThe summer drought caused a spike in feed prices, and Illinois pork producers – the fourth largest group in the U.S. -- are losing $40 to $45 a head.
Helium Prices Go Through The RoofHelium balloons -- used to add spice up graduation, birthdays, or anniversary parties -- are in limited supply or have risen in price. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker explains why.
Shortage Of Drugs For Patients With Attention Deficit DisorderImagine running from pharmacy to pharmacy to fill a prescription only to learn your much needed drugs were nowhere to be found.