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.
Walgreens To Stop Selling E-Cigarettes In Its 9,500 US StoresWalgreens, based in Deerfield, Illinois, operates more than 9,500 stores in the U.S.
Illinois Commission Offers Free College Readiness HelpThe Illinois Student Assistance Commission will host workshops for students and their families to provide assistance in filling out college applications and financial aid eligibility paperwork.
Lipari Foods Recalls Chicken Salad Products Due To Listeria WorryMichigan-based Lipari Foods has issued a recall of several varieties of its chicken salad due to worries about Listeria.
Man Says He Got Runaround From Illinois Over Fighting Out-Of-State Ticket Involving Rental Car, Another DriverA man who lost a paycheck over a ticket involving a rental car and a friend who was driving, and he had a lot of trouble clearing his record.
Map Showing Impacted Areas For Marijuana Licenses ReleasedThe state on Tuesday begins accepting a new round of applications for marijuana cultivators, dispensaries and more.
CVS Stops Sale Of Heartburn Drugs With Suspect ContaminantRite Aid said it's removing Zantac and related drugs sold under its name from its shelves. Deerfield based-Walgreens earlier said it's removing Zantac products from shelves while the FDA continues its investigation.
CBS 2 Investigators: Companies Sign Seniors Up For Unnecessary Genetic Testing, Defraud Medicare Out Of MillionsThis is the story of another in a long series of Medicare scams that continue to cost tax-payers millions of dollars every year.