Family Says They Cannot Get Deceased Husband's Stimulus Check Due To Overwhelmed IRS Call Centers"We tried calling first thing in the morning, late, later at night during their posted hours, in between, nothing worked."
With Some Damage Not Covered By Insurance, SBA Loans Open Up For West Suburban Tornado VictimsOne month ago Tuesday, people in Woodridge and Naperville ran for cover as an EF-3 tornado tore a path through communities. For many, the pain doubled when they learned some of the damage was not covered by insurance. But as CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reported Tuesday night, some of those tornado victims are getting a second chance.
Itasca-Based American Academy Of Pediatrics Calls For All Students To Wear Masks; Parents Remain DividedSchool is still weeks away, but as we speak school boards are debating the big decision in front of them - will students wear masks, or not?
A Summertime Chicago Auto Show Includes A Street Fest For The First TimeA lot is different this year about the Chicago Auto Show – as like with every industry, the pandemic forced presenters to think outside the box.
ASI Show Chicago Is First Trade Show At McCormick Place Since Start Of Pandemic, With Better-Than-Expected AttendanceThe Chicago Auto Show marks a return to major events at McCormick Place, but its bread and butter is smaller trade shows booked throughout the year.
1-Month-Old Baby Girl Among 7 People Wounded In Englewood Mass ShootingA 1-month-old baby girl was among seven people wounded in a mass shooting Thursday night in Englewood.
A Celebration Or 'Night Of The Purge?' Neighbors Divided Over Fireworks Show At Winnemac Park In Lincoln SquareThere are talks between neighbors about a beloved, yet unofficial fireworks show that has been happening for decades at Winnemac Park in the Lincoln Square neighborhood. Some think it's a grand celebration, and some would not be sorry to see it go.
DuPage County Allocates $15 Million For Small Business Hit Hard By Pandemic, Rush To Apply Is QuickWe don’t have to tell you – hardships from the past year have been tough all over, but especially for our local small businesses. CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra took a look Tuesday night at the rush for help in DuPage County.
Woodridge Residents Cope With Emotional Impact Of Damage From Sunday Night Tornado; Village Places Priority On Getting Power Back OnWoodridge Mayor Gina Cunningham estimates about 100 homes were significantly damaged in the western suburb by the tornado late Sunday night. But neighbors also shared the damage you can’t see.
Family Of 'School Of Rock' Actor Kevin Clark Calls For Safety Improvements At Western And Logan, Where He Was Killed In Tragic Bicycle AccidentAfter onetime child actor Kevin Clark was struck and killed while biking home in Logan Square, his family is fighting to make the intersection where the tragedy happened safer in his name.
Flies, Flies Everywhere! What's With The Winged Invasion In Chicago? An Expert Has Some IdeasEven with this weekend's unseasonably cold weather, you may have gotten your Memorial Day Weekend picnic in. But did you spend it swatting away flies?
A Full Chicago Reopening Brings Some Challenges, But A Jolt Of Excitement In WrigleyvilleIn a mere eight days, the City of Chicago will officially reopen – with COVID-19 capacity restrictions lifted for full bars, restaurants, and ballparks.
COVID-19 Vaccine Lottery Is Coming To Illinois; Ohio, Which Already Has One, Says It WorksWhether you've chosen to be vaccinated or not, it's clear we all have our reasons why. But if you're not in a hurry to get your first dose, would money change your mind?
2 People Shot In North Aurora Woodman's Parking LotNorth Aurora Police were interviewing three people Tuesday night who they said may be tied to a shooting outside a grocery store.
Village Of Barrington Takes Issue With Chimney Swifts Flying From Catlow Arts CenterIn downtown Barrington, there is at least one critic of a high-flying display at a historic theater – but it’s not a stage act.