Spurred By CBS 2 Investigation, Lawmakers Move Forward In Pushing For Ethylene Oxide Restrictions"My biggest fear is that I won't be around to see my children one day."
Disabled Woman To Sue City For Wrongly Towing Van As AbandonedTowing without telling; the city of Chicago is accused of hauling away thousands of cars without properly warning the owners. Now victims are taking the city to court.
Baby Chase's Mother Thrilled At His Recovery From Shooting, Frustrated With Police Investigation; 'Everyone's Looking At Me Like I'm The Bad Guy'Baby Chase was shot in the head three months ago and is making a remarkable recovery. His family is grateful and happy about that, but as they told CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini, they are not so happy with the police investigation.
Victimized Twice: After Her 1-Year-Old Grandson Was Shot, City Wrongly Gave Away Her SUVA toddler riding with his grandmother gets shot in the head. The grandmother, Kakesia Walker, says Chicago Police towed her vehicle as evidence and she never saw it again.
Lawsuit Filed After CPD Raids The Wrong Home During A 4-Year-Old's Birthday PartyA civil rights lawsuit was filed in federal court Tuesday against the City of Chicago and the Chicago Police Department, accusing officers of raiding the wrong home and pointing their guns at children during a child’s birthday party.
Family To Sue CPD Over Wrongful Raid; Claiming Police Pointed Guns At Children, Didn't Promptly Provide WarrantA South Side family will file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Chicago on Tuesday, accusing police officers of pointing guns at children and terrorizing the family when they raided the wrong home last month.
Police Raid Wrong Home During Birthday Party, Point Guns At Children; 'I Thought They Was Going To Shoot Me, And My Brother, And Everybody Else'Chicago police raided the wrong home again; this time during a 4-year-old boy’s birthday party. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini continues his months-long investigation into wrong raids.
Matt Haller, 45, Is First Litigant To Pass Away After Filing A Lawsuit Against Sterigenics: 'To Think This Company Could Have Literally Been Behind My Death Is Shocking'He battled cancer and fought to get the word out about a dangerous chemical coming from a plant near his home. Matt Haller lost his fight against cancer, but before he died, he wanted to share a message with CBS 2's Dave Savini.
After CBS 2 Investigators Report, Senator Durbin Calls For Investigation Into SterigenicsCalling this an urgent health crisis, Senator Durbin and Senator Tammy Duckworth on Tuesday demanded the EPA find a third-party environmental engineering firm to identify a way to reduce emissions.
Pastor To Get Settlement After Claiming Chicago Cop Beat Her During Road Rage IncidentA local pastor is about to get an $800,000 settlement, following allegations of abuse by Chicago police.
Former Will County High School Head Coach Allegedly Told Players To "Unleash Their Inner Rapist" During Pre-Game Pep Talks, Lawsuit SaysEmployees of Reed-Custer Community Unit School District 255 in Braidwood failed to prevent an incoming freshman from being sexually assaulted and then failed to protect him after the incident, according to a lawsuit filed by the teen's family on Wednesday.
Hazing Victim Speaks Out About Brutality At High School Football Camp "I would tell the principals, but the principals wouldn't do anything about it. We spoke to the superintendents. Nothing was done at that level."
CBS 2 Investigators: Multiple Police Raids Gone Wrong; 'This Is Just Irresponsible'CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini found a pattern of Chicago police officers raiding the wrong homes.
Happy Ending For Disabled Woman Who Lost Van In Towing IncidentA handicap-accessible van owned by a woman suffering from Multiple Sclerosis was destroyed recently in a towing incident, but tonight CBS 2's Dave Savini reports her happy ending.
A Woman's Wheelchair-Accessible Van Was Legally Parked, So Why Was It Towed And Destroyed?Leave your vehicle parked on a Chicago street for a week and it could be towed and even sold without you getting a dime. It is all part of Chicago's Abandoned Vehicle Program. One family lost a $15,000 van with a customized wheelchair lift, then turned to CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini for help.