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.
CBS 2 Investigators: A Look At The COVID-19 Hot Spots In Chicago's African American CommunitiesAuburn Gresham, Chatham and Austin neighborhoods, all identified as hot spots, have also seen increases. A common thread among those who died: where they work.
Coronavirus in Illinois: Small Clinics Struggle To Stay Open While Keeping Medical Staff Safe"Yes, it's scary but this is what we signed up to do."
COVID-19 Testing Is On The Rise In Illinois, But Swab Shortage Poses ProblemIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday emphasized the need to start target testing for coronavirus.
Tips For Avoiding The Coronavirus While ShoppingAccording to health experts, the virus lives on cardboard for 24 hours, plastic for three days and cans for two to three days.
How Loss Of Ridership Due To Coronavirus Might Be Affecting Metra's Bottom LineOn Monday morning, commuters who still have to get into Chicago for work will need to adjust to different schedules on Metra.