Alderman, Residents Want Answers After Airbnb SWAT StandoffA party at an Airbnb rental turned into a seven-hour SWAT standoff in Lincoln Park Sunday.
SWAT Team Recovers Assault Rifles From Lincoln Park Airbnb PartyA party at a Lincoln Park Airbnb ended in a seven-hour stand-off with police, but the three people involved are not facing any charges Monday morning.
Airbnb Brought $8.2 Million In Taxes To Chicago Last YearThe City of Chicago collected $8.2 million in tax revenue from local Airbnb hosts in 2018.
Airbnb Offers Program To Support Federal Employees During Government ShutdownThe program will give up to $110 extra to any federal worker who hosts an Airbnb Experience or has guests for three nights in their home before March 18. 
AirBnb Rejects More Than 1,000 Chicago Host RegistrationsAirbnb is a popular home-sharing service, but Chicago hosts say they are frustrated and confused after receiving notices from the city.
Airbnb, Lyft, Uber Allowing Service To Be Denied To White Nationalist Rally-GoersMarchers in this weekend's Unite the Right 2 white nationalist rally may have a harder time getting a ride or a room. Uber, Lyft and Airbnb are allowing drivers and hosts to deny service to potential customers who participate in the rally in Washington, D.C.
2 People Shot At Airbnb Party On Chicago's Northwest SideTwo people were shot leaving a party at an Airbnb on Chicago's Northwest side during Fourth of July weekend.
Aldermen Vote To Scale Back Airbnb RegulationsA City Council panel has given preliminary approval to changes in the regulations governing Airbnb and other vacation home-sharing websites, only eight months after aldermen passed the original ordinance.
Suspicious Items Found In Homan Square Apartment Ruled To Be HarmlessAn apartment building in the Homan Square neighborhood was evacuated early Thursday, after an Airbnb host found a suspicious package in the room he rents out.
The Airbnb Of Cars Is Here, Allowing Owners To Rent Out Their VehiclesThe new app used in Chicago and Evanston is called Getaround. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Lawsuit Seeks To Overturn Chicago’s Home-Sharing Ordinance“What this case is about is the sanctity of the home. The government’s ability to regulate stops at your front door. Chicagoans should not have to ask the government for permission to have sleepovers in their own homes,” said Shorge Kenneth Sato, an attorney representing Keep Chicago Livable.