On The Secondary Market, It's Buyer Beware When Tickets Are Sold Twice
Vivid Tickets Loses Top Rating From Better Business Bureau After Repeated ComplaintsThe Better Business Bureau has pulled its "A-plus" rating for a popular Chicago ticket broker because of repeated problems exposed by the CBS 2 Investigators.
'Please Do Not Shoot Me:' Body Camera Shows Chicago Police Officers Interrogating, Pointing Guns At Innocent Children During Wrong RaidPolice body-worn camera video from another wrong raid reveals Chicago Police officers not only entering an innocent family's home, but also pointing assault rifles at and interrogating children without an adult present.
CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler ResignsChicago Public Schools Inspector General Nicholas Schuler resigned on Monday, city officials confirmed, amid an investigation into allegations that Schuler threatened and insulted workers in the office.
Family Of Michael Bruce, Teen Murdered In 1994, Upset Killer Hugo Zarco Is Getting Out Of Jail After Serving Only Half Of Sentence
Chicago's City Sticker Amnesty Program Presents Hurdles For Those Seeking Debt ForgivenessThe small sticker lurking in the corner of your windshield is not as benign as it may seem.
Records: Sunset Ridge School Bathroom Camera Suspect Was Caught Photographing Women In Movie Theater Restroom Nearly 10 Years AgoA former school custodian who is now a fugitive has been sneaking into bathrooms and recording women and girls for years, records show.
Suspected Serial Scammer Candace Clark Not Yet Released From Jail; Attorney Says, 'As Far As I'm Concerned, My Client Is Innocent'Accused serial scam artist Candace Clark had been expected to be released from the Cook County Jail Thursday, but she was not.
Parents Demand Answers After Boy With Autism Comes Home With Permanent Marker Scrawled On His BackA boy with autism came home from his school in Berwyn with permanent marker on his back – and his parents want to know who did it.
Getting Hosed: Vietnam Veteran Continues His Fight With The Department Of Water Management Over $10,700 Bill
Some Relieved At Temporary Shutdown Of Waukegan Medline Plant, Others Wonder Why They Didn't KnowSome Waukegan residents were breathing a sigh of relief on Tuesday, after a nearby plant that emits a potentially cancer-causing chemical shut down – for now.