Chicago Has Failed To Collect Ambulance Fees, Prevent Misuse Of Ambulances Needed For EmergenciesChicago has failed to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in ambulance service fees over the last two years - money that could be used to pay for additional ambulances and paramedics the mayor has promised as a result of CBS 2 investigations.
5 Aldermen To Lead Englewood Town Hall In Hopes Of Bringing Community TogetherThe five aldermen who represent Englewood want to lead the neighborhood into the future.
Vote Delayed On Mayor's Proposal To Allow Marijuana Use In Tobacco ShopsA License Committee and full City Council vote has been delayed on Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proposal to allow on-site consumption of marijuana at licensed cigar bars, hookah lounges, and other tobacco shops.
Vigil Held In Skokie After Wave Of Anti-Semitic Attacks In And Near New York CityA rally and vigil were held in Skokie Sunday evening in response to a string of anti-Semitic attacks in and near New York City.
Mayor Lightfoot Issues Letter To U.S. State Department Authorizing Refugee Resettlement In ChicagoMayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday submitted a letter to the U.S. State Department that gave consent to refugee resettlement in Chicago.
Englewood Residents Look To Faith, Call For Unity After 13 Are Shot At Memorial PartyFollowing a mass shooting that wounded 13 people during a memorial party in Englewood, some people looked to their faith for comfort.
At-Risk Kids From Around Chicago Receive Gifts At 'Christmas In The Wards' EventChristmas came early for some Chicago kids on Saturday.
Has City Council Black Caucus Been Divided After Splitting Over Marijuana Sales Delay?Angry words sharply divided the City Council Black Caucus as its members split this week over a proposal to delay sales of recreational marijuana.
More Ambulances Should Be Coming With New Fire Contract, Mayor Lightfoot Tells CBS 2's Pam ZekmanWaiting for an ambulance to arrive for a loved one can feel like eternity, and our CBS 2 investigation found that thousands of people have waited much longer than the city's stated goal of six minutes.
Cannabis Business Reps Disappointed By Move To Delay Recreational Sales Until JulyCannabis business representatives said they were caught off guard and disappointed after a City Council committee approved an ordinance that would delay recreational marijuana sales in Chicago until July.
Sources: Former Police Supt. Johnson Was Drinking With Woman Who Was Not His Wife Before Being Found Slumped Over In SUVFormer Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson had been out drinking with a woman who was not his wife hours before he was found slumped over the steering wheel in October, sources told CBS 2.
Eddie Johnson's Time As Police Superintendent Started With Ambition, Ended With ControversiesNow-fired police Supt. Eddie Johnson's rise was called inspirational, but his fall has been dramatic.
Getting Hosed: 2 Investigators Save Business Owners $33,000 On Bungled Water Bill, But That's Just One CaseIn her 2020 budget, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the new Utility Billing Relief Program for people with outstanding water bills. But it won't help some Chicago water customers who have gotten hosed.
City Announces Plans To Add 2,000 Tech Jobs By 2020Monday is Tech Day in Chicago and several local companies are celebrating with a big promise for the city's future.
State House Adjourns Without Considering Mayor Lightfoot's Chicago Casino ProposalThe Illinois state House of Representatives adjourned on Thursday without considering Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s call for a Chicago casino.