As 2020 Continues To Make History, Textbook Writers Rely On New Teaching Technology To Keep UpAs you ponder that, consider this: 2020’s twists and turns will definitely make it into the history books.
2 Suburban Dads Go All Out With Their Halloween DisplaysIt’s a little over two weeks until Halloween, and some neighborhoods are starting to look spooky.
Just What Can Be Done To Stop Towing Companies From Charging Exorbitant Fees?A nearly $20,000 bill for a five-minute ride – a Canadian trucking business we told you about recently is intensifying its court battle with a Chicago tow company.
With Temporary New CEO In Place, Troubled C4 Mental Health Services Provider Getting Back On TrackCommunity Counseling Centers of Chicago interim CEO Pat Nichols has been moving around the non-profit’s pieces all summer; from swapping out members of the executive team to selling C4’s Humboldt Park location then leasing it back. 
PPE Shortages Remain A Problem At Dental Office, Plastic Surgery ClinicGrappling with supply shortages is still a reality for several small businesses.
VOA Turns Vacant Lot Into Beautiful New Housing In Englewood, And One Veteran Is Thrilled To Move InOn Tuesday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot will honor the organization behind beautiful new housing in Englewood.
Glassdoor Rolls Out New Diversity, Inclusion Features For JobseekersOn Monday, we looked at a new tool that can help jobseekers and find companies that prioritize diversity and inclusion.
More And More Families Are Booking Long-Term Getaways To Work From Home, Learn Even More RemotelyMore and more families are booking long-term stays outside their hometowns, places with strong wi-fi and spots to play.
Three Months Into Chicago's Emergency Travel Order, No Fines Issued, Enforcement Focus Remains On EducationWeek after week, Chicago leaders wag their fingers at people thinking of traveling to and from COVID-19 hot spots, but CBS 2 discovered it’s all bark, no bite.
Chicago Animal Care And Control Seeks To Clear The Shelter, But City Pound Is Already Emptier Than NormalFrom March to August 2019, more than 2,000 Chicago pets were given up to CACC. During the same six months this year, only 611 owner surrenders.
As Airline Industry Loses $5 Billion A Month, Flight Attendants Fear Massive Furloughs Without Help From Congress“At one point during the pandemic, United Airlines had more pilots then they were flying passengers. That should give you an idea what they were up against,” CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg said.