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Inspector General's Report On Botched Anjanette Young Raid Finds City's Response Was 'Exceedingly Harmful To Young'The findings are damning and continue to prove how individuals across CPD, the mayor’s office, and COPA worked to cover up the video and minimized what happened, by failing to report it and also by issuing blanket denials of the video.
'Who's Responsible For This?' With Conflicting COVID Test Results, Chicago Man Wants Answers"There is not sufficient infrastructure or regulation around just collectors."
'This Place Is Nasty': Center For COVID Control Temporarily Shuts Down After Numerous ComplaintsThe company's Rolling Meadows testing site was given an F rating from the Better Business Bureau and the Illinois Attorney General's office is investigating.
Another Contempt Of Court Order Issued Against Illinois DCFS Director Marc Smith For Violating Rights Of TeenIllinois Department of Children and Family Services Director Marc Smith was held in contempt of court again on Thursday for violating the rights of a teenage boy.
Chicago Charade: Attorney Asks For More Time To Meet With Suspected Serial Scammer Candace Clark, Judge Says, 'This Has Gone On Long Enough'There were new developments Wednesday in the case of accused serial scammer Candace Clark – whose story CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker has been following for more than two years.
On Top Of Longstanding Problems, Some Chicago Area Residents Say Mail Delivery Has Gotten Worse In 2022We heard about a lot of postal problems in 2021, and the New Year is bringing a new crop of trouble.
Apple AirTags Are Supposed To Help People Find Lost Items Like Wallets And Keys, But They're Being Used To Stalk And Track People's MovementsAn urgent warning has been issued about Apple’s new AirTag – a tool designed to help you find your keys or wallet or anything else you may misplace, but which instead has been used by some to track down people.
UIC Study Shows Little Relationship Between Chicago Speed Cameras' Safety Impact And Number Of Tickets IssuedChicago's speed cameras churned out more than 2.5 million tickets last year, up 273 percent from the year before.
Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites Are Appearing All Over And Even At Gas Stations -- How Do We Know If They're Legit?A popup COVID testing site was spotted at a gas station's service entrance, and we quickly learned, it's not the only one. So we wanted to know – are these testing sites legitimate, and who is regulating these facilities?