Illinois Attorney General Now Investigating Center For Covid Control Amid Accusations Of Deception, Fraud Against Insurance CompaniesThe Illinois Attorney General’s office is among the agencies now investigating a suburban-based COVID-19 testing company.
Board Of WBEZ Radio Parent Chicago Public Media Votes To Acquire Sun-TimesThe board of directors at WBEZ owner Chicago Public Media voted Tuesday to acquire the Chicago Sun-Times.
Frontier Airlines To Expand Service To Midway International Airport In AprilThe budget airline said it will offer fares as low as $29 to $59 for nontstop flights to Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Ontario California, Phoenix, Tampa, Trenton, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando.
Some Landlords, Leasing Teams Offering New Amenities To Get People Back To Empty Downtown OfficesExperts say flashy amenities may be a remedy for those empty offices downtown. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas showed us how some landlords and leasing teams are thinking outside the box.
'It Is Not OK To Defy The Order,' Top Cook County Doc Says As Some Suburbs Choose Not To Enforce COVID-19 Proof Of Vaccination MandateWe are 10 days into the new COVID-19 vaccine mandate rules for many indoor businesses in Chicago and Cook County – and the county as of Thursday had yet to cite a single business for violating the rules.
Gullivers Pizza And Pub To Close After 56 Years In Operation In West Rogers ParkChicago is losing a legendary pizza palace that has been a mainstay in West Rogers Park for 56 years.
26 Citations Have Been Issued To 13 Chicago Businesses For Violating COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate -- How Does Enforcement Work?The city’s new proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandate for restaurants, gyms, and certain entertainment venues has resulted in 26 citations in a period of a week and a half.
Major Illinois State Grant Is Poised To Bring New Life To Struggling Stretch Of Ashland Avenue In Back Of The YardsA stretch of Ashland Avenue near 46th Street was once dotted with retail palaces attracting shoppers and money. Now, it is full of boarded-up windows and empty buildings. But as CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reported Tuesday, a major grant is expected to make a tremendous difference.
Once A Staple Of State Street, Department Stores Are Now 'A Very Small Part Of Our Lives'“We felt like we were going to the ritziest store in the world, and it was right here in Chicago,” Leslie Goddard said, recalling visits to Marshall Field’s.
Essential Workers At Local Market In South Shore Keep Stepping Up Amid COVID-19 SurgeEssential workers have helped us get through wave after wave of the pandemic, and now, they're also being impacted by the Omicron surge.
Illinois Marijuana Sales In 2021 Top Out At More Than Double Those Of 2020Marijuana sales hit a new high in Illinois in 2021.