Rogue Tow Truck Drivers Hold Cars Hostage, Run Up Bills -- And Chicago Could Have Ended It All Years AgoYou just had an accident. You're upset and you’re shaken. And if you're not careful, you're taken by rogue tow truck drivers.
Convenience With A Catch: ParkChicago App Users Are Getting Expired Meter Tickets When They Should NotWhy is the city handing out tickets to thousands of people for expired meters - even though there's still time left on the clock?
Budding Catering Business Runs Into Road Block Of Red Tape At City HallTanya White is cooking up a catering business in Chicago, but an unexpected ingredient gummed up her plans.
Sign Confusion On West Side Street; Downed Stop Sign, Cul-De-Sac Wrongly Marked As One-Way StreetWhen CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker started asking questions, changes happened fast.
CBS 2 Gets Results After Woman Gets Parking Ticket In School Zone -- When There's No SchoolThe CBS 2 Investigators are on the case of multiple tickets written in a no-parking school zone.
Has The City Of Chicago Made It Easier To Get Refunds For Overpaid Parking Tickets?The 2 Investigators remain on the case of the nearly $4 million the City of Chicago owes for tickets that people overpaid.
CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker Elected New President Of The National Association Of Black JournalistsCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker was elected as the new president of the National Association of Black Journalists Friday. 
CBS 2 Investigates: The State Of Illinois' Plan To Bring Its Computers Into Current TimesSome of the computers that run the State of Illinois are decades old – and CBS 2 got a rare opportunity to talk with the state’s top tech guy not only about the problems, but also the solutions.
CBS 2 Investigates: Old Computers Causing Big Problems For Illinois State OfficesThe 2 Investigators are digging into a looming crisis here in Illinois.
‘Bad Apples Rotting The Barrel:’ Chicago Police More Likely To Use Excessive Force If Peers Do, Northwestern Study ShowsIf Chicago Police officers work with individuals accused of misconduct, they are more likely to emulate that behavior, a Northwestern University study found.
Woman Loses $35,000 Home Down Payment To Internet HackersAfter finding the perfect house and saving thousands for a down payment, one woman lost it all to internet hackers.