Andy Schcolnik, Part Owner Of Park Manor Building Where Mass Shooting Happened, Has Been In Trouble Over His Properties BeforeWe've reported on the building where a mass shooting happened this weekend and the tenants that held the keys. On Monday, CBS 2’s Chris Tye had a more thorough look at the man who is part owner of that address - and another troubled address.
Only One Chicago Bar Cited For COVID-19 Restrictions During St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Saturday NightThe city’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection said Sunday that it saw very high compliance at bars and restaurants during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations the night before.
Third Stimulus Check: Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check has been signed into law, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
Child Tax Credit: How Expanded Credit Works And Why It Means More Money To ParentsRaising a child is very expensive, but the expanded child tax credit is about to give parents some more money to help.
Cyber Attack Disrupts Brewing, Shipments For Molson CoorsThe Chicago-based company operates 20 breweries and packing plants across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. It hasn't said which locations were impacted.
Sources: Gov. Pritzker Believes Conventions Can Return To McCormick Place As Soon As SummerSources told CBS 2 late Wednesday that Gov. JB Pritzker believes conventions will return to Chicago at McCormick Place as soon as this summer.
Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas Stands By Remarks That She Does Not Want To See A Target In Water Tower Place“Disgusting and embarrassing” – that is how Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas describes the possibility of a Target store replacing the iconic Macy’s on the Magnificent Mile.
Boeing Finally Sees Positive Net Orders For AirplanesThe orders could indicate that airlines are starting to feel more optimistic about a rebound in travel, which has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Manhattan Prosecutors Probe Millions Lent For Chicago Trump Tower As They Investigate Former President Trump's FinancesThe New York investigation into former President Donald Trump’s finances has stretched to the Chicago Riverfront.
Ballclubs, Business Owners Say Fans Being Allowed At Wrigley, Guaranteed Rate Fields Is Good NewsFor the first time in a year, fans will soon be heading back to the stands at both Major League Baseball parks in Chicago.
Rep. Bobby Rush Urges Gov. Pritzker To Sign Bill Clearing Way For Joliet Logistics Hub, Providing JobsU.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Illinois) is putting pressure on Gov. JB Pritzker to sign a bill that could bring 10,000 jobs to the south and southwest suburbs.
Stimulus Check Update: Are Relief Payments Bad For The Economy?A third stimulus check is a very popular idea, but some experts believe it's not what the economy needs right now.
Tank Noodle Restaurant Ordered To Pay Staff $700,000 In Back Wages, Accused Of Other Labor ViolationsThe U.S. Department of Labor announced Wednesday that it has recovered nearly $700,000 in back wages from Tank Noodle restaurant in Uptown.
As Bucktown's Remedy Bar Reopens After 5 Months, Call Mounts For Increase To 50% Capacity For Chicago Bars And RestaurantsChicago’s bars and restaurants want to be at 50 percent capacity by this Thursday – that is the message the restaurant coalition sent to Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday.
'We're Acutely Aware Of The Impact We Have': Home Show Cancellation Puts Spotlight On Future McCormick Place Conventions"The Inspired Home Show is just an amazing place for anyone who is interested in housewares design."