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. 
Boat Seller Says Cal Side Marina Holding Boat Hostage In Dispute Over Engine Repairs; 'They're Crooks'Candice Burns tried to sell her boat at Cal Side Marina last year, but she said the marina is now holding it hostage, after claiming she owes thousands of dollars more than she agreed to pay to fix its engine.
Months After Buying Boat, Woman Still Waiting For Cal Side Marina To Get It Off Dry LandCrystal Taylor paid thousands of dollars for the boat, and even named it. Instead of floating at a dock in the Little Calumet River, it’s sitting on dry land at the Cal Side Marina where she bought it in December.
Three Years After Buying Vacant Pullman Homes With Promise Of Quick Rehabs, Developer Hasn't Started WorkA plan to preserve and restore a historic block of homes in Pullman has turned into years of eyesores for neighbors.
Parents Whose Children Died Of Drug Overdoses Demand Dealers Be Prosecuted For Drug-Induced HomicideTheresa Almanza’s stepdaughter was among 2,600 people in Cook County who have died of drug overdoses since 2015.
Evanston Official Defends Change In Parking Fines; 'The City Does Not Look At Ticket Revenue As A Source Of Revenue'Evanston increased fines for street cleaning parking violations from $40 to $75, but eliminated a $200 towing charge that went to towing companies. Drivers now pay less for violations, but all the money goes to the city.
Evanston Resident Wants Larger Print On Street Cleaning Signs; 'It's Impossible To Read At Any Distance'Armed with a tape measure, an Evanston resident is working to prove his point about street signs being too small to read, and with the help of CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker he is finally getting the attention of city leaders.
Homeowner Can't Get Flooding Issue In His Alley Fixed; 'You Can Go Fishing Out Here In The Puddle Of Water'Why does a large puddle linger behind David Johnson’s garage in an otherwise dry alley? He’s been asking his alderman the same question for years.
CTA Veteran Says He Was Forced To Retire After Blowing The Whistle On Pension Spiking; 'I Feared Further Retaliation'Gino Gerbasi spent 30 years at the CTA as an emergency services worker. He said he retired not because he wanted to, but because of retaliation after he blew the whistle on management.