'Baby Whisperer' Patti Ideran Has Some Advice For How To Calm Fussy Or Colicky BabiesThey call Patti Ideran the Baby Whisperer – a medical worker who works her magic to calm babies in the western suburbs.
Missing Your Friends, But Tired Of Video Chat? How One Group Of Pals Is Beating Zoom FatigueZoom fatigue. It's the drain many of us feel from video call after video call, but not the people you're about to meet. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside their cheery chats.
'Autism Database' Seeks To Help Provide Help When Special Needs Kids Get Lost Or Go MissingWe're in the middle of National Autism Awareness Month and a suburban police sergeant hopes to make departments across the country aware of his special needs tool.
Metra Adding More Trains As People Start Returning To Office, But Roll Toward Normalcy Is SlowMetra is expanding its schedule - adding more trains because of an uptick in the number of people returning to the office.
Working For Chicago: Summer Work Opportunities Abound On Mackinac IslandWhether you're a college student on the hunt for a summer job or just looking for temporary work, CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Monday morning on how you can snag employment on a beautiful island.
Suburban Landlord Says Extended Illinois Eviction Moratorium Means His Hands Are Tied As Some Tenants Refuse To PayIllinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker extended the eviction moratorium for another 30 days earlier this month.
Local Movie Theater Owners Optimistic With Return Of Hollywood Hits, Eased Capacity LimitsThe Oscars may be coming at the end of the month, but movie buffs are already talking about the year ahead.
Belmont Cragin Neighbors Complain That U.S. Postal Trucks Are Taking Up Parking SpotsMissing mail and late packages – the headlines haven't been friendly to the U.S. Post Office lately. Now comes another complaint – mail trucks are plugging up parking spots on the Northwest Side.
Now Released From Federal Control, Gary Housing Authority Has Grand Plan To Improve City's Public HousingA new chapter has begun for Gary, Indiana.
Illinois-Based Connor Sports Makes, Installs Floor Underneath Players For NCAA TournamentYou may have watched some college hoops this weekend, and there’s a good chance you'll be watching the big game Monday night on CBS 2. But you probably haven't paid much attention to floor underneath the players.
What Can You Expect For Swimming And Sunbathing Season This Year? A Look Inside 2021 Pool And Beach PlansIt might be only 40 degrees this morning, but it's April. That means Memorial Day is around the corner. Will you be able to splish-splash to your heart's content? Or will many beaches and pools be closed again?
Transplants Plummet At Start of Pandemic, And Organs Go Missing More Often Than They Should -- But Innovators Are Coming Up With SolutionsOn Thursday night, CBS 2's Lauren Victory took us inside 2020's record-breaking year of transplants and discovered a hole in the system that's under repair.
After Initial Slowdown Of Transplants During Pandemic, Organ Donations End Up Setting RecordAs vaccines help open the world around us, freedom for one Kankakee woman hinges on a different medical miracle.
Mystery For Chase Bank Customer: One Second He Had Nearly $250,000 In His Accounts; The Next 'Boom, Zero, Nothing'Talk about a shocker. You open your checking and savings accounts and see nearly a quarter of a million dollars gone. Poof. Disappeared.
Tudor Gables Homeowners Feel Duped After Agreeing To Sell Building Without Realizing $3 Million Would Be Held Back For Possible Taxes“We’re really hurt by the board and their not being transparent, because they did not let us know any of this,” Cassandra Dixon said.