Illinois Attorney General Investigating More Than 900 Price-Gouging Complaints During Coronavirus PandemicThe Illinois Attorney General's Office is investigating more than 900 price-gouging complaints from people across the state who accused businesses of hiking their prices during the coronavirus pandemic.
Plan Could Turn McCormick Place Into Field Hospital Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe CBS 2 Investigators have uncovered a plan to use McCormick Place and three shuttered hospitals to fill the gap in hospital beds.
Couple Says They Can't Get Their Money Back From Venue After Wedding Was Canceled Due To Coronavirus ClosuresWe met one couple who not only face the loss of their income – but also prepaid for their wedding and can’t get any of their money back.
Developer Buys Old MetroSouth Medical Center, Which Was Being Eyed By State As Potential Overflow Site For COVID-19 PatientsIt's unclear how much the developer spent to purchase the property or how it will utilize the space.
Are Chicago Hospitals Ready For Influx Of Coronavirus Patients? Not Likely, Harvard Estimates Show
Sergeant Ordered Chicago Police Officers To 'Kill' Their Body Cams During Wrong RaidCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini has uncovered some new disturbing findings. A team of officers went in with cameras rolling, but soon after they are all ordered to kill their cameras.
'Please Do Not Shoot Me:' Body Camera Shows Chicago Police Officers Interrogating, Pointing Guns At Innocent Children During Wrong RaidPolice body-worn camera video from another wrong raid reveals Chicago Police officers not only entering an innocent family's home, but also pointing assault rifles at and interrogating children without an adult present.
Lawsuit: Educators Stricken With Cancer From Sterigenics EmissionsEthylene oxide is used to sterilize about half of all U.S. medical equipment in plants around the country. Experts have known for decades that the toxic gas could be linked to cancers including breast and blood cancers.
‘I Could Have Been Killed:’ Man Body-Slammed By Chicago Cop Says He Was Not Resisting Arrest; New Security Footage Shows Moments Leading Up To IncidentThe man who was body slammed by a Chicago cop said he was not resisting arrest in his first one-on-one interview since the incident.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul Calls Wrong Raids By Chicago Police 'Disturbing' And 'Heartbreaking'The state's top prosecutor said Tuesday that he is alarmed by a pattern of Chicago police raiding the wrong homes.
Rusty, Corroded Light Poles Continue To Be Problem Across CityCBS 2 has been reporting on corroded light poles for five years, yet the problem persists throughout the city. Decorative covers are partially to blame.
CBS 2 Investigators Discover Major Security Lapses At O'Hare Airport Perimeter Access GatesYou know the drill when you travel through O’Hare International Airport – take out your shampoo, take off your shoes, put your bag through the X-ray machine, and maybe get a pat-down. But other parts of the airport perimeter are not nearly as secure.
Family Sues Police For Raiding Wrong Home, Pointing Guns At Woman Holding A Baby; 'Police Terrorized Another Innocent'A Chicago family was set to file a lawsuit on Thursday, after saying police pointed guns at them upon wrongly raiding their home.
Innocent Woman: Chicago Police Handcuffed Me While I Was Naked During Wrong RaidUndressed and afraid, Anjanette Young said she grabbed the nearest jacket to cover herself while she ran to the door upon hearing slams. But the door just burst open, she said, and she saw guns, pointed by Chicago Police officers who were in the wrong home.
Family Files Lawsuit After Chicago Police Raid Wrong Home, Seeking Man Already In PrisonAnother family who said Chicago Police officers wrongly raided their home is suing the city.