Chicago Staffing Firm Institutes ‘No-Email Day’Workers at a local staffing and recruitment firm gave something up that no office can do without for long: email.
U of I Officials Broke Email Rules To Hide Messages, University SaysThe disclosure comes a day after it was announced Chancellor Phyllis Wise is resigning.
Who Is Tracking Your Email?CBS 2's Mai Martinez takes a look at who could be tracking you and what they're doing with the information they get.
Better Business Bureau Warns Of Sex Offender Database ScamConsumer advocates were warning about a new email scam designed to trick you into sharing your sensitive personal information.
Study Says Workers Being Telepressured Into Checking Email Outside Of WorkResearchers at Northern Illinois University have come out with a new study on how much people are checking and responding to their work emails when they're on *and* off the job.
DuPage Medical Group Offering Doctor Visits By EmailYou don't have to leave the comfort of your home to see the doctor anymore, and your doctor doesn't have to leave the office to come see you.
Email Scam Targets Motorists Who Use I-PassWhen Barbara Christopher got an email saying she owed on her I-Pass, she figured that was possible. CBS 2's Chris Martinez reports.
Downstate GOP Party Chair Resigns After Controversial RantThe chairman of the Republican Party in Montgomery County has resigned after writing what's been called a racist and sexist email about U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis' primary challenger.
Bradley Sisters' Relative: Gary Woman Might Know Something About Missing GirlsThe great aunt of two girls who vanished 12 years ago said she received an email from a woman in Gary who told her something was weighing heavy on her heart.
CPS Email To Parents Directs Them To Adult Web SiteThe Chicago Public Schools system has apologized for sending an email to parents that included a typo in a web link that sent them to an erotic website as a result.
Wisconsin TV Anchor Fights Back Against Criticism Of Her WeightIt's the viral video that has everyone talking. A TV news anchor in La Crosse, Wis., turned a hateful letter into something positive for her and millions of other women.