House Approves Cap On Insulin Costs, Plan Returns To SenateInsulin is necessary for people with diabetes to regulate blood sugar levels. About 1.3 million Illinois residents have diabetes, although not all rely on insulin.
'Don't Give Them Your Money:' Entrepreneurs Say Groups Offering Pricey Classes On Marijuana Business Are A ScamAdults in Illinois can legally buy weed in less than two months, and the prospects for making a profit off pot are very high. But so is the risk of being ripped off.
When Pot Is Legal, CHA Residents Won't Be Able To Light Up"It's totally unfair to say one sector can do something and public housing people can't."
Apple Devices Without Latest Updates May Be Vulnerable To Hackers -- And Not All Devices Can Receive UpdatesDo you have the latest updates on Apple? If not, the federal government says you could be opening yourself up to hackers.
Better Business Bureau: Cards Congratulating Women On Pregnancy Are Suspected Gift Card ScamThe Better Business Bureau on Saturday warned of a suspected gift card scam that has targeted women around the country.
Google Buys Fitbit For $2.1B, Stepping Back Into WearablesGoogle's lack of wearables has been a blind spot that it is fixing with the Fitbit purchase and the upcoming launch of its earbuds, the Pixel Buds, this spring, UBS analyst Eric Sheridan said in a research note.
Beyond Netflix: A Look At Offerings From New StreamersWith discounts and other incentives, consumers can sample them all to figure out which ones to keep.
Disabled Ride Share User On Proposed Tax Hike: 'It's Basically A Tax On Accessibility'"Mayor Lightfoot, who is herself hard-of-hearing, needs to start taking disability inclusion into her policy making decisions and proposals. She cannot keep treating us like an afterthought. We have the right to accessible and affordable living and business in Chicago."
Hawthorn Woods Homeowners Left Shocked, Confused By Surprise Sewer BillsHomeowners in a new development contacted the CBS 2 Morning Insiders after they assumed their monthly costs included sewer charges – and they did not.
Netflix's US Subscriber Growth Slowing As Competition LoomsThe big question now is whether some of Netflix's existing subscribers will decide to cancel its service and defect to cheaper alternatives that Apple and Disney will launch within the next month.
Woman Wins Judgment After Contractor Stopped Work, But Can't CollectWho doesn’t have a home renovation horror story? Susan Kuta sure has one.
With Rise In Shoplifting, Some Retailers Criticize State's Attorney's Approach; Prosecutors Defend PolicyThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders have discovered thefts from stores have been on the rise in Chicago for years – up 34 percent since the start of 2015.
Apple AirPods Lose Power Fast, And There's No Cheap FixAs millions of Apple iPhones are requiring software upgrades this week, CBS2 is uncovering major problems for another Apple brand.
Concerns About Not Getting Pot Sales Rolling In Downtown ChicagoSome people passionately argued against Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's idea to ban sales in the central business district. They're concerned it would limit accessibility for people with mobility challenges.
UberWorks App To Pick Up Shift Work Draws Interest, ConcernPicking up work by using an app or going online is turning a corner.