Woman Had Her Medicare Card Stolen And Her Name Used To Order Medical Tests, And She's Not AloneA strange package showed up in a suburban woman's mailbox, and then another. The closer she looked, the more eerie things became. Who has been using her name to order medical tests?
New 'Talent Solutions Connector' Tool Seeks To Help Cook County Businesses Find Potential New Employees"I wouldn't say it's revolutionary. It just fills a need," said Dani Petrie, executive director of the Origami Works Foundation that is privately funding the project. 
Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Women To Talk To Doctors About Their Imaging, After Her Mammogram Didn't Go Far Enough"Having a cancer diagnosis, and just going through what I went through, it just changes your perspective on just every day," Cheryl Fortier said.
Woodstock Woman's Car Gets Damaged, Then Insurance Company Refuses To Pay Because She Called Police 2 Hours Too LateHaving your car damaged in a crash is bad, and getting your insurance claim denied is even worse.
Chicago International Film Festival Returns, With Screenings At 5 TheatersThe red carpet is officially rolled out for the 57th annual Chicago International Film Festival, with the chance to be among the first to view possible movie award winners underway.
Training Program Working To Pump Out New Plumbers As Fast As It Can Amid Shortage Of Skilled WorkersBusted pipes and leaky faucets - there's never a lack of work for plumbers. Lately the issue is scheduling one, thanks to a shortage of skilled workers.
After 19-Month Pandemic Hiatus, Sopraffina Marketcaffe Reopening Adams Street Restaurant In The Loop; 'I Missed Our Family'They’re testing the temperature at only the 222 W. Adams St. location right now. If all goes well, the Wacker, Randolph, and Jackson locations will soon follow suit.
Chicago Latin Restaurant Week: Dining Deals Highlight A Variety Of Latin-Owned Restaurants In ChicagoOne organization is channeling a finger-licking model into an opportunity to fill your bellies and wallets at a specific type of eatery this Hispanic Heritage Month.
Bucktown Crafts Shop Helps Chicago Area Artists Turn Pandemic Hobbies Into New CareersFrom hobby to hawkin' it. Several Chicago area artists turned their pandemic-inspired creations into cash.
South Side Senior Receives Apology From Gas Company After Equipment Error Is Blamed For Bill That Reached Almost $3,000An apology – that is what a gas company customer finally received after the CBS 2 Morning Insiders got involved.
XS Tennis Village In Washington Park To Host Pro Tennis Stars For 'Chicago Fall Classic'Fans will get the chance to see some of the biggest names in tennis go shot for shot here next week, but it's not just the competition that has people talking - it's the location of the big event.