Another Delay For Bid To Create Database For CPD Misconduct Files As Aldermen Question Cost, Frustrating City's Top WatchdogAsked by Ald. David Moore (17th) what it would cost the city not to establish the proposed police misconduct database, Inspector General Joseph Ferguson said the city’s very reputation is at stake.
Many More Sex Offenders Are Living In One Englewood Building Than First Known, Raising Legal Red Flags -- But Ex-Offenders Say They Have Few OptionsWe told you last month about concerns regarding more than 20 registered sex offenders living in one building in Englewood. It turns out there are a lot more than 20.
Suburban Man Says Unlike Others, He's Had Plenty Of Contact With IDES -- But It's Been Of No HelpA suburban man said unlike many others, he has gotten through many times to the Illinois Department of Employment Security – but it has ultimately been of no help.
Snag In Negotiations: Chicago Teachers Union Wants To Push Back Return Of High School Students As COVID-19 Cases Rise, CPS Does NotA rapid rise in coronavirus cases in the Chicago area is a big concern for some Chicago teachers.
CPS High School Students Set To Return To Class April 19, But Rising COVID Rates In Chicago Could Be Sticking PointThe target date for Chicago Public Schools high school students to return to class is less than two weeks away.
Chicago Police Get Downstate County To Quash Warrant That Led Officers To Pull Over The Wrong Darren Cole Dozens Of Times In 15 YearsPolice reached out to Marion County in downstate Illinois to get them to quash a nearly 20-year-old arrest warrant for a different Darren Cole, which has led officers to pull over the wrong man dozens of times in Chicago.
Concrete Is Ripped Up Along Lakefront Ledge On Near North Side, Endangering Runners And Cyclists; Who Is Supposed To Fix It?A huge hazard has developed along the lakefront that runners and bicyclists might not see coming.
Ald. James Gardiner Said He Could Not Make Permit Parking Exception For Portage Park Building, But CBS 2 Has Learned He Made Just Such Exceptions For 2 Other Addresses On Same BlockOn Tuesday night at 10 p.m., CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reported on Ald. James Gardiner (45th) denying a permit parking exception for residents of a Northwest Side building.
Ald. James Gardiner Denies Permit Parking Exception For Residents Of Northwest Side Building; Owners Think It's Retaliation For Social Media PostsA social media post ignited a war between a Northwest Side city leader and owners of a building in his ward. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov dove into what the building’s owners are calling a blatant abuse of aldermanic privilege.
CPS Reports Progress With Getting Its Staff Vaccinated For COVID-19, But There Is A Long Way To GoChicago Public Schools leaders said Wednesday that the district is making progress in getting all of its employees vaccinated – or at least offering them vaccinations.
CTU President Jesse Sharkey Had Hand In Writing CPS Letter Announcing High School Return Date -- So Why Did CTU Go On To Slam It?A controversy over a plan to return high school students to in-person learning has left CPS leaders shaking their heads, and the Chicago Teachers Union blaming CPS for a bait-and-switch.
Ravenswood Guitar Shop Manager Shocked After Police Officer Posts Bad Yelp Review, In Uniform, After Being Denied Entry Over COVID PolicyA Ravenswood neighborhood guitar shop’s manager said a Chicago Police officer wanted to do some in-store shopping – but the manager turned him away per the store’s COVID policy. The officer later criticized the store on a social media post – in uniform.
Gov. Pritzker Addresses Callback Times, Fraud, And Other Ongoing Issues With Illinois Department Of Employment SecurityOne year after the pandemic began, Illinois' economy is still struggling to bounce back.
Gov. Pritzker Weighs In On State Of COVID-19 Vaccinations, Struggles For AppointmentsCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov sat down with Gov. Pritzker on Monday to talk about the state of the pandemic in Illinois today, including vaccinations.
Business Where Mass Shooting Left 2 Dead, 13 Injured This Weekend Has Been In Trouble With City Before, Going Back YearsDozens of partygoers scrambled for cover early Sunday after gunfire erupted at a party in the Park Manor neighborhood. There has been previous trouble at the business where it happened.