Andersonville's Alamo Shoes Adjusts As Stores Are Back Open, But Traffic Is DownCBS 2’s Lauren Victory took us to a family-owned business in Chicago to check on things a month after reopening.
'There's Actually A Lot Of Hope' For College Students, Recent Grads Looking For Jobs, Expert SaysEntering the workplace is never easy, and navigating the job search process during a pandemic requires extra resilience.
Bowlers Ecstatic As Illinois Bowling Alleys Finally Reopen; 'We Have Really Jumped Through So Many Hoops'The alley is rumbling back to life at Poplar Creek Bowl in Hoffman Estates, and bowlers are making their thunderous return.
Broken Sewer Main In Harvey Causes Thousands Of Dollars Of Damage To Another HomeA broken sewer line in Harvey is creating a disgusting situation after heavy storms.
As Loop Traffic Begins To Rebound, Some Downtown Businesses Remain Boarded Up“It just looks closed, it looks unfriendly. People feel creepy and they don’t come,” said Michael Edwards, president and CEO of the Chicago Loop Alliance.
As Spas Reopen Across Illinois, Owners Looking To Hire New Massage TherapistsMorning Insider Lauren Victory takes a look changes you can expect as a spa employee or customer.
Brides Battle For Refunds From Ashley Farm After Wedding Venue Falsely Claimed Exemption From COVID-19 RestrictionsWalking down the aisle during a pandemic certainly wasn’t part of Lauren Herba and Mitch Thompson’s plan.
Broken Sewer Main Has Been Seeping Into Harvey Landlord's Basement For Six MonthsCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory finds out why the city of Harvey has been neglecting its responsibilities.
Gyms Set To Resume Indoor Classes As Illinois Moves To Phase 4 Of ReopeningThe Morning Insiders take you inside a suburban fitness facility that never closed.
Man Says He Has Exhausted Every Avenue To Try To Get Refund From Verified Seats For Concert Canceled Due To COVID-19The coronavirus pandemic caused countless concert cancellations, and while many have secured refunds for their tickets, others are still out the cash.
Many Still Struggle To Get A Hold Of Illinois Unemployment Offices; One Woman Finds Success Leaving Contact Info In Note At DoorCBS 2 is Working for Chicago as we continue to hear that many people are waiting to receive benefits they are owed. Some are struggling to get simple answers from the state.
With Few Pools Open In Illinois, Swimmers Adjust To Restrictions, Await Phase 4 Guidance; 'Who Knows How Long This Will Last?'There’s no freestyling at Centennial Park Aquatic Center in Orland Park; restrictions abound.
Grandma Says She Was Left High And Dry, And Her Floor Slippery And Wet, As Sedgwick Claims Management Failed To Process Faulty Repair ClaimA Chicago grandmother said she is afraid of slipping on her own kitchen floor after a faulty home repair. And to add insult to potential injury, she is one of more than 100 people having trouble getting a claim processed by the same company.
311 Calls For Noise Complaints Were Plenty In Chicago During Stay-At-Home PeriodHome is supposed to be a quiet respite, but for many during the coronavirus quarantine, it was anything but.
Man Trying To Buy Puppy For His Wife Falls Victim To Facebook ScamBobby Walser is out hundreds of dollars, because he and his wife haven’t seen hide nor hair of the cute puppy he bought from the same Facebook page.