Bronzeville Woman Pays Plumber To Fix Sewage Backup, Only To Find Out It Was On City PropertyA CBS 2 viewer contacted us after she got fed up with raw sewage seeping into her Bronzeville home. But when she tried to fix it, she ran into costly trouble – and she now has a warning for others.
Chicago Lead Water Pipe Replacement Program Hasn't Started, But It's Already Being ExpandedA total of 180,000 Chicago homes don’t have water meters – which means their bills are guesstimates.
Family Says They Cannot Get Deceased Husband's Stimulus Check Due To Overwhelmed IRS Call Centers"We tried calling first thing in the morning, late, later at night during their posted hours, in between, nothing worked."
Online Illinois Rental Assistance Applications Due By 11:59 p.m. SundayIf you’re a renter struggling in the coronavirus pandemic, you can still get help from the State of Illinois – but you’ll need to hurry.
Amid Numerous Complaints That It Scammed Customers, Uptown's Adelove Shipping Also Has Eviction Notice -- And It Never Even Had A LicenseThe landlords of an Uptown shipping business accused of scamming customers want them out, and they have put a notice up in black and white on the door.
With Lenders Less Lenient Compared With Start Of Pandemic, Cicero Man Gets Car Repossessed After Forbearance Application Is RejectedForbearance - that act of putting your debts on hold – is a word many people heard for the first time during the pandemic. But now, with the economy climbing back, lenders are losing their leniency.
Curb App Set To Begin Offering Upfront Price Option For Chicago Taxis As They Narrow Gap With RidesharesWith taxis fighting their way back to the market as rideshare prices spike, an app has stepped in to offer flat, upfront fares for Chicago cabs.
Northwestern Oncology Patients Asked To Review Medical Bills After Information Was Potentially Exposed To HackersGoing over medical bills can be complicated, but that is exactly what patients at one Chicago area hospital have been told to do. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Wednesday night, this comes after their medical information was potentially made vulnerable to hackers.
U.S. Gas Prices Highest In 7 Years, Over $3.50 In ChicagoIf you’re filling up your gas tank in the morning, get ready for a little sticker shock.
Rep. Jesus 'Chuy' Garcia, Other Lawmakers Call On U.S. DOT To Intervene On Expiring Airline Credits From Trips Canceled By COVIDIf you’re like a lot of people, you still have airline credits from canceled trips during the COVID-19 pandemic that may soon expire. Now, U.S. Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia (D-Illinois) and a group of Democratic lawmakers are asking the U.S. Department of Transportation to intervene.
Lingering Effects Of Pandemic May Be To Blame For Continued Rise In Gas PricesGas prices have continued to rise ahead of the holiday weekend, and the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic may be to blame.