Park Ridge Man Puts Up Fight After Government Credit Cancels Discounts On His Internet And Cable Bill“All I can say is be persistent. It pays off. I do this all the time. I don’t let it go,” Vinnie Sabo said.
Black Lives Matter Protests Inspire Homewood-Flossmoor Grad To Organize Juneteenth CelebrationCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside a festival hoping to make Juneteenth a household name, and a can't-miss event in the south suburbs.
Illinois Friends Drive Themselves Nuts Playing 'Sweet Home Alabama' For 7 Hours On Road Trip“Everyone said it was stupid, and it was, but we did it,” Robert Carpenter said.
Illinois State Police Investigating YouTube Videos Posted By Driver Who Filmed His Own Dangerous DrivingHis videos are racking up views on YouTube; a Chicago driver taking you along for a fast and furious ride.
Charter School On CPS Warning List Just 2 Years Ago Sending 100% Of 2021 Graduates To College“Start strong, end strong. That was my focus, my main goal when I started my senior year,” said House, who plans to study psychology at Indiana University South Bend.
Cruise Lines Resuming Trips With Reduced Capacity, New COVID RestrictionsBack on the sea; for the first time since the pandemic, a cruise ship is carrying American passengers in the Caribbean.
STEM Signing Day An Exciting Time For Students Who Hit The Books Instead Of The CourtSTEM Signing Day began in South Carolina, growing to Texas, California, and beyond. The result? An investment in almost 2000 young minds nationwide.
Murals On Pilsen Viaducts Drawing Some Unwanted Visitors In Pigeons, Who Are Making A Disgusting MessThe public art was installed only eight months ago. Nancy Plax spent two years fundraising for the project.
Donors Help Rescue Youth Shelter Harbour House, Which Was At Risk Of Closing After Pandemic Slowed FundraisingA suburban non-profit worried its emergency youth shelter would have to shut down because of code violations. Organizers are crediting a previous Morning Insiders story with flipping their script.
Beaches, Swimming Pools Facing Shortage Of Lifeguards As Summer Gets UnderwayHot job alert. Literally. Lifeguard chairs across Illinois seem to be harder to fill this summer.
Clean Speech Challenge Builds On Ancient Teachings To Help People Be A Little Nicer Each DayCould you be a little nicer? What if we told you it only takes one minute a day?
Improvements Have Been Made To Once-Endangered Montford Point Marines Hall, Dedicated To Nation's First Black Marines -- But Struggles PersistWhile many spent the day posting Memorial Day memes and thanking veterans, Chicago’s Montford Point Marines say they have been forgotten.
Illinois Treasurer Issues Special Push To Try To Connect People With Lost Military MedalsAs we remember the sacrifices made by many this Memorial Day Weekend, there's a push to rack your memory about medals.
Landlord Advocates Offer Ideas For Phasing Out Illinois Eviction Moratorium; 'Let’s Start With Those Pre-COVID Situations'A senior citizen can't sell her home because people she doesn't know moved in and won't move out. The state’s eviction moratorium complicates her situation, but CBS 2 found some landlord advocates with ideas.
South Side Homeowner Says She Can't Get Squatters Out Of Her House Amid Ongoing Eviction MoratoriumClarice Mason said she spent $40,000 renovating a home she owns near 83rd and Wentworth to sell it, but three women moved in without permission almost a year ago and won't leave.