Reckless Drivers Worry Chicago Pedestrians: 'It's Just A Dangerous Situation'"I'm telling you, there's going to be a fatality on this corner here."
Construction Frustrations Get The Festive Touch In Irving Park"This seems to be a giant hole that was dug probably about six months ago and they covered it up. And they haven't been back to do any work since then."
City Helps To Clean Up 'Greenest Street In America' After CBS 2 ReportNo one took responsibility for fixing the problem. CBS 2 has learned that according to a decade-old city document, the answer was right across the street.
Pilsen Residents Want City's Help To Pick Up Dangerous Garbage"It's not safe for anybody. Not only for our kids in the community. Because there's two schools here."
The Mystery Of The Missing Bus BenchThe weekend after the bench was removed, people brought out their own chairs and sat inside the bus shelter.
Lakefront Barriers Installed For Rising Lake Levels, High WavesThe first barricades are going up at 75th street and south Lake Shore Drive.
Construction Site Makes Navigating Out Of His Home Difficult For Printer's Row Man With WheelchairThere is a fence that is blocking the entire sidewalk and a passageway that is too narrow for anyone in a wheelchair to fit through.
Lifting Lake Shore Drive Bridge Causing Longer Than Usual DelaysLonger than usual delays due to bridge lifts are affecting drivers on Lake Shore Drive, and the Chicago Department of Transportation is urging drivers to avoid the area.
Adults Can Take Divvy Bike Lessons This SummerRiding a bike is a skill you typically don't forget, but biking through Chicago's busy streets is another ballgame.
Community Concerned After Rusted Street Light CollapseIt seems like street lights would make a neighborhood safer, but when they're old and rusty, they can be a danger.
Chicago Crews Prepare To Patch Up Persistent Pothole Problems"It certainly doesn't do the pavement good to have these 50 degree temperature swings."
First Section Of Navy Pier Flyover Connecting Lakefront Trail OpensThe Navy Pier flyover is now open to the public.
Chicago Riverwalk's East End To Close For Construction Starting MondayThe east end of Chicago's Riverwalk will close starting Monday for a five-month renovation project that will bring new amenities to the Chicago River next spring.
City Takes Days To Respond To Concerns Over Enormous Ashland Avenue PotholeOne of the busiest roads in Chicago has sparked safety concerns due to a huge hole posing danger for drivers.
Even After Voting, Residents Still Concerned About The Wilson Ramp's FateDuring the midterm election, over 13,000 residents voted to keep the Wilson Ramp, but that vote does not mean the ramp will get to stay.