Officers Damage Woman's Car While Making Arrest, But City Doesn't Have To Pay For RepairsCity officials said it’s rare they will pay a claim when a police officer causes damage.
Fighting A Chicago Parking Ticket Might Be Easier Than You Think; Here Are Some Tips To WinMany drivers in Chicago choose not to fight their parking tickets, but for those who do, most of them win.
'He Cleaned Me Out': Contractor Walks Off $26,000 Job; Takes Homeowner's Supplies With HimFannie Fowler hired Keith Fields, owner of BWF Construction, to remodel her home in the Burnside neighborhood.
Parents May Have To Pay For Pre-K In Lincoln Park"I think this school is lacking diversity. I hope the plan they're putting in place will increase diversity."
City Overcharging For Thousands Of Expired Meter Parking TicketsYou park, you pay, you stay too long, you expect to get a ticket. If that happens in most neighborhoods, the ticket is supposed to be cheaper than what you’d pay downtown
Robocalls Legislation May Not Silence All Suspicious CallsThe legislation would also encourage carriers to use technology to stop what's called spoofing. That's where the scammers put a bogus number on the caller ID.
Sitting On $3.7 Million Owed To Drivers, City Vows To Make Refunds Easier To GetCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered the road to a refund is paved with potholes.
Chicago Owes Drivers Millions Of Dollars; How To Find Out If The City Owes YouWhen you owe Chicago money for parking or traffic tickets, you get hounded by notices and penalized by fines; but when the city owes you - silence.
30-Year-Old Felony Conviction Might Keep Lindsley Griffin Off Bellwood School Board; Rep. La Shawn Ford Seeks Change In State LawEveryone deserves a second chance. That’s the message from a Chicago lawmaker, after seeing a 2 Investigators story about a convicted felon who just won election to a suburban school board.
Convicted Felon Appointed To School Board In Suburban BellwoodConvicted felons are not allowed to hold municipal office in the state of Illinois, but in suburban Bellwood, the election of a one-time burglar will be verified tomorrow.
IDOT Relies On Slow Process, Outdated Software To Resolve Road Damage ClaimsVery few drivers in Illinois get any money back when their cars are damaged on state roads, and one reason might be the state’s claims database seems to be stuck in the 1990s.
Bolingbrook Squatter Refuses To Leave Home; Lists Appliances Online For CashA woman claims to be a fraud victim after being forced out of a Bolingbrook home she rented, but records obtained by CBS 2 reveal she has a checkered past and owes landlords thousands of dollars.
He Won $7,500 In The Lottery; Why Has It Taken 3 Years To Get Paid?You win the Lottery, but then you don’t get the money. What happens next? In this case, CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker gets involved.
Pastor Accused Of Conning Man Into Signing Over Family Home; 'I Don’t Feel Like I Want To Trust Any More Pastors'A Chicago pastor has been accused of trying to steal another man’s family home when the man came to him for help.
Building Code Violations Deteriorate After City Lets Cases Linger For YearsChicago building inspection records show more than 10,000 open cases for minor code violations. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker has been following two specific cases that have lingered for years and have only gotten worse.