Woman Says Illinois Unemployment Office Promised Her Money After 4 Months Of Nothing, But She Ended Up With Only HalfThe state system built to offer lifelines to those who are out of work is riddled with gaffes, according to one worker empathizing with people waiting months for unemployment money.
Unemployment Fraud Complaints: Ending the FrustrationPeople with jobs email the CBS 2 Investigators all the time saying they've been approved for unemployment benefits.
There Could Be More Video Connected To Eric Lurry's Death That Joliet Police Haven't Released To The Public
Man Charged With Beating Another Man To Death With Baseball Bat In Albany ParkA man stood charged with murder Wednesday, after police said he beat another man in the head and face with a baseball bat in Albany Park.
After Leaving FOP With Open Letter, CPD Officer Julius Givens Addresses CriticsA Chicago Police officer who announced last week that he was quitting the Fraternal Order of Police responded on Wednesday to critics who questioned his motives.
Kyle Schwarber Expected To Be Cubs' Designated Hitter Often This SeasonAt Cubs camp, there is a lot of newness for Kyle Schwarber to get used to, which likely includes a lot of time at designated hitter with it being added to the National League this season.
United Airlines Announces Furloughs Affecting 36,000 Employees"This is a big deal both for Chicago and the airline industry."
Gov. Pritzker On Federal COVID-19 Response: States Forced To Play 'Sick' Hunger Games Gameshow"In the midst of a global pandemic states were forced to play some sort of sick "Hunger Games" game show to save the lives of our people. Let me be clear, this is not a reality TV show. There are real things that are happening in the United States."
Fans Can Buy Cardboard Cutouts Of Themselves In Stands At Sox Games; No Decision Yet On Opening Day Starting PitcherYou may not be able to attend the White Sox opening homestand, but a reasonable facsimile of you can! Fans can submit a photo and have their cardboard cutout sit in the stands for the first three home games against the Minnesota Twins.
Fire Department Has To Hose Down 100th Street Bridge Amid HeatIt was so hot Wednesday afternoon that the 100th Street Bridge over the Calumet River had to be hosed down.
Oak Park Black Lives Matter Mural Painted Over To Read, 'All Lives Matter'A Black Lives Matter mural in Oak Park was defaced overnight – painted over to read, “all lives matter.”
Long Lines Await Customers At Secretary Of State Driver FacilitiesThe COVID-19 pandemic forced drivers facilities across the state to shut down for months. Now they are back open with massive lines in the brutal heat.
Police Announce Plans For Citywide Unit To Deploy To High-Crime Areas, Prevent Violence: Has It Worked In The Past?More resources to fight violent crime – Chicago Police say that is the goal of their latest initiative.
As College Classes Start This Fall, Students Face COVID Concerns"I'd say a lot of student groups are struggling (but) I am comfortable with it for now."
Fall Festival In South Suburban Frankfort Canceled Due To Coronavirus PandemicThe Fall Festival in south suburban Frankfort has become the latest event to be called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.