Questions Mount As To Whether DCFS Was Grading Itself In Audit Of Child Abuse HotlineThe results of an audit of the Illinois child abuse hotline were released Thursday, and the reviews were not good. But even larger questions are emerging over whether the agency being audited was grading itself.
DCFS Can't Explain Why Some Teens Have Been Put In Shackles"That's a profound civil right violation. They're not in the penal system. They're in the foster care system."
Criminal Charges Filed After Grace Watanabe, 98, Was Bilked Out Of Life SavingsFinally, there is some justice for a 98-year-old woman who was swindled out of her life savings – at least that is how the Cook County Public Guardian sees it.
CBS 2 Investigates: Why Was Former CPS Security Guard Free For 10 Years After Being Fired Amid Claims Of Abuse?A Chicago Public Schools security guard was forced to resign back in 2009 after an investigation found that he sexually exploited a student. But he wasn't charged for 10 years after that.
Suit: Megachurch Swindled Mentally Ill Chicago Woman, 76Bridget Pollard has dementia and is now under the care of the Cook County Public Guardian, who is fighting to reclaim her life-savings. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Cook County To Vote On $200M In Budget CutsThe Cook County Board will vote Tuesday on $200 million in budget cuts, triggered by the demise of the sweetened beverage tax.
Budget Cuts Expected For Cook County Public Guardian's OfficeBefore Cook County officials vote on a 2018 budget on Tuesday, a group of attorneys and social workers voiced their displeasure with projected cuts to the County Public Guardian's office.
County Workers Volunteer At Hospital To Honor Colleagues Who Died In 2003 FireAlmost three dozen staff members of the Cook County Public Guardian's office spent Wednesday night doing volunteer work to honor three colleagues who died in a fire 12 years ago.
2 Investigators: Caretaker Drains Elderly Man's Savings Of More Than $500,000The Cook County Public Guardians Office plans to sue the former caretaker of an elderly man for allegedly siphoning his savings of more than $500,000. 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
Park To Be Renamed For Pioneering Woman JudgeA high-powered lady of a past generation gets her due with a park in her honor, which is set to be dedicated Tuesday afternoon on the city’s Near West Side.