City Keeps Using Taxpayer Money To Fight CBS 2's FOIA Request On Racism, Harassment At Streets And San Yardfor more than a year, CBS 2 has been asking for basic information from the City of Chicago. The Illinois Attorney General even said the city should provide that information. Yet the city continues to refuse - using taxpayer resources to fight the request from CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas.
Once A Staple Of State Street, Department Stores Are Now 'A Very Small Part Of Our Lives'“We felt like we were going to the ritziest store in the world, and it was right here in Chicago,” Leslie Goddard said, recalling visits to Marshall Field’s.
Canceling A Trip For COVID And Need A Refund? An Expert Says Travel Agents Can HelpWhat happens if you're past the refund deadline? 
Photographer, Local Artist Bring Past To The Present Of Two Historic Chicago Buildings Through 'Be Part Of The Art' ProjectIt's been a roller coaster for the Loop. The latest numbers show December foot traffic was way up from last year, but many areas still lagged behind pre-pandemic numbers.
In Hot Market, Some Home Buyers Are Being Pressured To Purchase Without Professional Inspections -- And They're Getting BurnedA hot real estate market is burning buyers, and some are skipping professional home inspections - with the goal of closing quick to avoid being outbid.
Illinois State Museum Prepares Exhibit For Centennial Of Historic Route 66, And Wants Your ContributionsHistoric Route 66, which of course had one of its terminal points in Chicago, turns 100 in a few years. And an Illinois museum needs your help to celebrate the milestone.
Oak Park To Celebrate Betty White Day To Honor Legacy Of Late TV Star; 'We Need To Celebrate Betty'America’s Golden Girl died just a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday, but Betty White’s hometown of Oak Park is keeping their big centennial birthday bash as a tribute to the life she lived.
Customer Service Complaints Have Piled Up For Travel Agency GoToGate, And New Customers Have Meant New ComplaintsA long list of bad reviews and an F rating with a major consumer advocate aren't stopping an online travel agency from picking up new customers.
State Lawmaker Frustrated With Violent Crime In Albany Park After Bullet Narrowly Misses 7-Year-Old Girl Who Was Doing Her Homework; 'It Is A War Zone'Illinois State Rep. Jaime Andrade (D-Chicago) said he gets calls about shootings in the Albany Park area daily.
Finding Hope In 2022: From Newborn Babies To Toy Giveaways And People Stepping Up To HelpAs we begin 2022, let’s face it – we’re in a dark place. So let’s pause for a moment and hear some thoughts gathered by CBS 2’s Jim Williams.
Nonprofit Takes Much-Anticipated Trip After Multiple Cancellations Caused By The PandemicBlame covid-19 for snuffing out so many dreams and happiness. But a suburban non-profit powered through and found a way to help many people take the dive, Literally.