Missing Stimulus Money: 'I Don't Know Whose Account Number It Is'The IRS boasts that 80 million stimulus payments have already been made . What the agency can't say is how many people are having problems getting their hands on that promised relief.
After Chicago Worker Dies Of COVID-19, Others Fear The Worst; 'No One Should Be In That Building'"They don't care about me enough to protect me. And what's going to happen to my kids? I signed on to raise these kids and if I pass, what's going to happen to them?"
CBS 2 Investigators: How Are CTA Buses And Trains Being Cleaned For COVID-19?To protect passengers from COVID-19, which can live on surfaces, all CTA trains, buses and facilities are being cleaned. And while the CTA said its cleaning methods are some of the most rigorous in the nation, CBS 2 found New York, which does similar cleaning, has now added an additional step with its metropolitan transportation office buildings and subway trains.
Shuttered Blue Island Hospital To Reopen For COVID-19 Patients"I'm just grateful I can be part of it and help."
CBS 2 Investigators: Officers Unprotected At COVID-19 Testing SitesA lawyer for the the Joliet Police Union said there is an overall lack of direction for these officers, along with a lack of protective gear. And the fear and frustration from the cops on the street is growing.
Coronavirus in Illinois: Small Clinics Struggle To Stay Open While Keeping Medical Staff Safe"Yes, it's scary but this is what we signed up to do."
IVF Treatments And The COVID-19 Pandemic: 'Who Could Ever Possibly Plan For This?'The American Society for Reproductive Medicine issued guidelines calling on all infertility clinics across the country to suspend their procedures and limit in-person interactions with patients.
Gov. JB Pritzker Issues 'Stay At Home Order' For Illinois Starting Saturday, Amid COVID-19 PandemicAfter more than two weeks of asking Illinois residents to stay home as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. JB Pritzker is issuing a statewide "stay at home" order, starting at 5 p.m. Saturday through April 7.
Not Everyone Has Access To COVID-19 Tests, Despite What The Government SaysThursday on CBS This Morning, Vice President Mike Pence didn't acknowledge a testing shortage. But said they're focusing on getting tests to Washington State, New York and California.
Getting Hosed: City Charges Church $6,000 For Water Even Though It Shouldn't Receive A BillOver the last year, Chicagoans have reached out to CBS 2 Investigators for help with inexplicable water bills.
Lawyers Demand Texts, Emails At Center Of Former Chicago Police Commander Ed Wodnicki's High Speed ChaseA once-high ranking police commander, Ed Wodnicki was stripped of his police powers because of a high-speed chase through Indiana.
2-Year-Old Boy's Death In Palatine Remains A Mystery, Even After AutopsyA mother lost her 2-year-old son back in October, and after waiting months for some kind of explanation, the autopsy only left her with more questions.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky Calls For Law To Protect Consumers From Abuses By Ticket BrokersThe CBS 2 Investigators were getting results Tuesday, just one day after we exposed abuses by ticket brokers.
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.