Man Shot While Accompanying DoorDash Driver Says Company Showed No ConcernA food delivery in Chicago turned into a shooting, even as the man who was shot tagged along with his DoorDashing girlfriend to keep her safe.
Chicago Now Requiring Food Delivery Apps Disclose Fees To CustomersThe city says delivery services that don't provide a breakdown will face a daily fine of up to $10,000.
Chicago To Require Food Delivery Apps To Disclose All Fees To CustomersAccording to the mayor's office, restaurants are sometimes charged as much as 30% in commission fees to use third-party delivery services.
A Delivery Driver's Experience During The Coronavirus PandemicDuring the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown, delivery drivers have been on the front lines with to-go boxes and bags.
DoorDash, Grubhub Offering No-Contact Deliveries During Coronavirus PandemicFood delivery services DoorDash and GrubHub announced this weekend that they will provide no-contact deliveries amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Using An App To Order Pickup From Your Favorite Restaurant May Be Convenient, But It Might Cost You ExtraWhat you might not know is that the prices charged on those apps are often higher than what you’d pay ordering directly from the restaurant itself.
'Virtual Restaurants' On The Rise -- How Safe Are They?"Virtual restaurants" are emerging to meet growing demand. But are health departments prepared to guarantee the safety of these virtual restaurants?
Musical Lineup Announced For 39th Taste Of ChicagoThe City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events announced the full music lineup for the 39th annual Taste of Chicago, which will take place July 10-14 in Grant Park.
39th Taste Of Chicago Lineup AnnouncedThe 39th Annual Taste of Chicago will bring 82 eateries with more than 300 menu items to Grant Park this July.
2 Investigators: Video Shows DoorDash Driver Swipe Amazon PackageThe CBS 2 Investigators have video of a food delivery driver dropping off a meal, then walking off with a package. The victim said no one would help, until CBS 2's Dave Savini got involved.