Illinois DCFS Inspector General Report Says 56 Children With Agency History Have Died In Last 6 MonthsWe must act with a sense of urgency – that is what the inspector general for the Department of Children and Family Services said about improving the embattled agency.
Bloomberg Makes Chicago Campaign StopOne thing the billionaire Bloomberg can do is afford to run. He pledges he'll take no donations, funding his campaign himself. He's already running ads on Chicago television, including CBS 2, rare before Super Tuesday.
Problems With Direct Express Debit Cards For Social Security Recipients Are WidespreadAn 80-year-old Chicago woman is still fighting to access her Social Security money days after CBS 2 first got involved.
Problem With Direct Express Debit Card Leaves Woman Cut Off From Social Security MoneyA debit card nightmare has left an 80-year-old Chicago woman with no way to access her Social Security money.
Big Rush For Medical Marijuana Users To Stock Up Ahead Of Recreational LegalizationThere is a rush for medical marijuana users to stock up before the crush expected Wednesday, when recreational cannabis becomes legal.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker Talks About First Year In Office, Plans For Graduated Income Tax And Pension ReformThere have been successes, but there remain some tough sells ahead for Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
Delay In Oxygen Tank Delivery For CFD Ambulances Could Have Spelled DisasterOxygen tanks must be on every single Chicago ambulance. But there was a delay with the tanks’ delivery, which could have meant a disaster if supplies ran out.
Pay What You Owe Workers Or You're Out, City Tells Airport Food CompanyPay what’s owed or you’re out – that is the city’s ultimatum to a company that officials say is not paying some of its employees what they’re owed.
$100,000 Exit Deal For Former Oak Lawn Village Manager Accused In Hit-And-RunTaxpayers in suburban Oak Lawn are on the hook for a $100,000 exit deal paid to the former village manager.
Gov. Pritzker Donates $5 Million To Graduated Income Tax Ballot InitiativeIt’s not even prime political season yet, but one ballot issue is already getting millions of dollars in funding from the governor himself.
City Cuts Funding For More Than A Dozen Early Childhood Education Centers, With No Reason Why GivenFunding doors have slammed shut for more than a dozen early childhood education centers in Chicago, despite decades of service.