Homeless Landlord Gets Her Home BackA young mother and her daughter who had to sleep in their car because the eviction moratorium prevented them from sleeping in their own home. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker got results for them.
Illegal? Towing Company Demands Cash To Retrieve Personal BelongingsKalen Tartt’s car was legally towed to GTS towing’s site in Dolton. He didn’t have the money to get it out. He just wanted his belongings. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Insider Explains Why IDES Is Not Calling You BackDozens of unemployed people have told us they’ve waited weeks for a phone call back from IDES only to get disconnected.
A State Order To Prevent Homelessness Is Causing It For SomeA young mother’s dream to provide a home for her daughter was crushed by COVID-19, and they have been left homeless.
Family Of Pregnant Mother Who Died After Contracting COVID-19 Files Suit, Accuses Roseland Community Hospital Of NeglectA mother of three with another baby on the way died from coronavirus at a South Side hospital. Now the hospital faces a lawsuit because the woman’s family blames it for her death, not the virus.
Unemployment Fraud Complaints: Ending the FrustrationPeople with jobs email the CBS 2 Investigators all the time saying they've been approved for unemployment benefits.
Woman Threatened By State For IDES Benefits She Didn't Ask For"I don't want to check my check stub and see they're garnishing money out of my check."
The Promise Of A Paycheck Is Sometimes A Scam With more than 1.5 million people in Illinois out of work since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, it's no wonder scammers are trying to cash in with promises of a paycheck.
CBS 2 Investigators: Employed People Getting Hit With IDES Scam To Divulge Bank InformationThey'll ask you to wire the money to an account or buy gift cards and send them the pin number.
Legitimate And Fraudulent Claims Drain State’s Unemployment FundCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered that legitimate and fraudulent claims are draining the state’s payment piggy bank.
Downtown Protesters Disrupted Police Radio Communications, Source SaysProtesters in downtown Chicago on Saturday were able to disrupt police communications so as to prevent police from responding properly, a source said.
As Taverns Teeter On The Brink Due To COVID-19, City Requires Many To Fork Over Money For New Liquor LicenseWhile the city prepares to open next week, some businesses, that are not on the list are crying foul. CBS2 investigator Dorothy Tucker talks to owners, who face thousands of dollars in city fees, even though their doors remain closed.
Unemployment Money Mistakenly Approved For Illinois State Employee Who Is Still WorkingHow could someone who currently goes to work every day for the state get approved for unemployment benefits?
The Hidden Side Of A Chicago Power CoupleAfter a months-long CBS 2 Investigation into Candace Clark – accused, among other things, of living in upscale places without paying rent – we got a tip about a high-rolling power couple also living in upscale condos without paying rent.
O'Hare Airport Workers Deemed 'First Responders,' Denied Paid Time Off To Take Care Of Kids During PandemicTwo Chicago city workers thought they could take time off from their jobs to care for their kids during the coronavirus pandemic - the city policy even said the two workers would get paid.