Americans running out of patience trying to get on the much-maligned government health care marketplace website are finding other ways to shop for health insurance.
CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker talks with locals about continuing enrollment problems associated with the Affordable Care Act.
The website where millions of Americans can shop for insurance goes live on Tuesday Oct. 1. Applying is kind of like shopping for a flight on an airline website. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
It’s a topic no one wants to talk about: death. A new website hopes to provide support for loved ones of people facing terminal illness.
State of Illinois technicians were trying to figure out what caused all state government computers to lose email and Internet capabilities for almost three hours Tuesday morning.
Michelle Obama was in town Thursday to kick off a new fitness initiative. As CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports, the first lady even put on her workout clothes to help do it.
Incredible, but there are several websites out there helping babies and daddies find each other. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov asks: Is it prostitution?
The brother of murder victim has filed a lawsuit against a website that allegedly helped the killer obtain the murder weapon.
A court official says live TV coverage of a northeastern Illinois murder trial is going smoothly.
NAPERVILLE (CBS) — The city of Naperville blames a hacker for shutting down its official website for nearly a week. But Naperville’s city manager Doug Krieger says residents won’t have to worry about their credit […]
Both the Cook County Clerk and the Chicago Board of Elections have redesigned their websites so voters can prepare for the election with their smartphones.
United Airlines’ reservation computers are functioning again, and service is back to normal at O’Hare International Airport, following a three-hour, worldwide reservations computer outage that created chaos for passengers.
Authorities are investigating whether the City Of Chicago’s website is under a cyber attack, CBS 2 has learned.
A new voice and a new website were added Monday to the effort to avert what appears to be the potential collapse of Illinois public employee pension funds. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The Chicago Park District experienced problems again Monday morning as it opened up online registration for its summer camps.
While some kids are still on Spring Break, it’s already time to think summer. Online registration for Chicago Park District summer camp starts tomorrow.
The website was down from about 3:30 p.m. to 3:55 p.m. There was a notice telling visitors about the technical issues and to check back shortly.
The Chicago Park District’s newly-redesigned website crashed Tuesday morning as thousands of people flooded the site, trying to register for spring programs.
An iPad for $40, a Kindle for $20 — those are the kind of bargains penny auction websites are promising this Christmas season. But the Better Business Bureau says complaints against the companies in the Chicago area are up more than 400 percent, CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago Public Schools administrators want your input on how to use the extra time that will be added to the school day starting next year.