Getting Hosed: Water Department Can't Calculate Simple Math Problem, So Man Gets Billed More Than $5,000The city’s Water Department has a long history of slapping people with wrong bills. This time, it’s because the agency was incapable of simple subtraction.
Getting Hosed: 2 Investigators Save Business Owners $33,000 On Bungled Water Bill, But That's Just One CaseIn her 2020 budget, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the new Utility Billing Relief Program for people with outstanding water bills. But it won't help some Chicago water customers who have gotten hosed.
'Don’t Worry About It, But You Can’t Be Doing That:' Air Traffic Control Audio Reveals Mistake At Midway, But The FAA Has No Record Of ItThere are policies and protocols in place to keep airfields safe. But an incursion at Midway calls that system into question, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials won’t give clear answers for why it wasn’t reported or recorded.
Sources: Police Supt. Eddie Johnson To Announce Date Within Week For Planned RetirementMultiple sources tell CBS 2’s Brad Edwards that Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson will announce a date when he plans to retire within the week.
After Being Found Slumped Over In Car, Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Says He Stopped To Rest After Feeling FaintCPD spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Johnson had pulled over and parked near his home near 34th and Aberdeen around 12:30 a.m., after feeling lightheaded.
Chicago Teachers' Strike Is 7th Of Past 40 YearsThe latest Chicago Public Schools is the city’s first teachers’ strike in seven years, and the seventh in the past 40.
Mario Casciaro: From Being Convicted Of Murder And Exonerated To Passing Bar ExamOn Sept. 23, 2015, Mario Casciaro was surrounded by relatives as he left Menard State Prison – having been exonerated of orchestrating a murder 13 years earlier in the northwest suburbs in which the body was never found.
ONLY ON 2: JoAnn Cunningham, Charged With Killing Son AJ Freund, Opens Up To CBS 2's Brad EdwardsIn a series of exclusive conversations with CBS 2's Brad Edwards, JoAnn Cunningham opened up about her life and the murder charges against her in the death of her son, AJ Freund.
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JoAnn Cunningham, Charged With Killing Son A.J. Freund, Says 'I’d Rather Kill Myself Than Hurt Anybody'The CBS 2 Investigators are digging into a case that riveted the nation earlier this year.
Outgoing Chicago FBI Special Agent-In-Charge Jeffrey Sallet Talks About Fighting Corruption, Crime, And MoreChicago FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Jeffrey Sallet gave his first interview since his replacement has been named – and likely his last before he leaves his post on Friday.
Clarence George, Alleged Victim, Speaks Out About Claims Of Sexual Abuse By Rev. John SmythThe victim at the center of the first lawsuit involving the Rev. John Smyth spoke out this week.
First Lawsuit Filed Against Chicago Archdiocese Accusing Rev. John Smyth Of Sexual AbuseThe first lawsuit was filed late Monday afternoon accusing the Rev. John Smyth, the disgraced now-deceased longtime leader of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines.
Monument Gone, But Painful Memories Stay For Those Accusing Father Smyth Of AbuseA remarkable discovery about a statue of once beloved Father John Smyth, the longtime leader of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines. It now symbolizes pain for grown men who accuse Smyth of sexual abuse.
Standing Tall Foundation Removes Statue Of Rev. John Smyth, Accused Of Sexual Abuse, From Maryville AcademyThe plot thickens with a remarkable whodunnit. Our mystery doesn’t involve a human victim though, but a statue.