Electric Vehicle Sales On The Rise, But More Charging Stations Needed To Keep The Trend GoingCBS 2 Morning Insider Vince Gerasole hit the road with Adam Fendelman, a kind of gadget head addicted to his electric vehicle, a Tesla Model 3.
Chicago Missionary Trying To Help Venezuelan Refugee Bring His Music Talent To The U.S.; 'It’s Roadblock After Roadblock'A former symphony musician turned high school music teacher in Peru, Paul Garcia has said he can never return to his native Venezuela.
DNA Testing Can Help Detect Possible Health Risks; 'Genetics Is Not A Crystal Ball'“Genetics is not a crystal ball. It doesn't predict your life. It doesn’t tell you when or exactly if something is going to occur,” Dr. Peter Hulick said.
After Months Of Questions About Filthy Conditions, Harding Park Gets Significant CleanupTime and time again the Morning Insiders found filthy conditions at Harding Park on the West Side. By late summer, the park finally got a makeover.
State Rep. Searches For Funds To Clean Up Irving Park 'Pigeon Poop Station,' Gets Pooped On During InterviewTalk about dumb luck during a Morning Insiders interview – near a very busy Chicago Transit Authority stop nicknamed the “pigeon poop station.”
Despite City's Vow That Wheelchair Access Would Be Restored By Now, Printers Row Construction Project Still Blocking SidewalksMike Ervin just wants the city to live up to its word.
Doctor And Nurse Helping Rohingya Refugees At Refugee Camp In Bangladesh; 'We Should Not Be Turning Away'Chicago area medical professionals are responding to the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar, as part of an all-volunteer program called Medglobal.
Mouse Problem Returns After West Side Family Pays Exterminator Nearly $600 To Get Rid Of Them; 'Here We Go Again'The owner of Velocity Rodent/Wildlife Control stands by his warranty for repairs, but said it doesn’t guarantee mice aren’t still inside the house.
Cleared By DCFS Four Months Ago, CPS Social Worker Remains On Paid Suspension, Awaiting Fate Of His JobThe Morning Insiders stay on the case of taxpayer money used to pay Chicago Public Schools employees on suspension while under investigation.
Despite Being Cleared By DCFS, Multiple Suspended CPS Workers Kept On Paid LeaveA CBS 2 inquiry sparked by an investigation into spending on suspended Chicago Public School employees led to some surprising statistics from Illinois’ Department of Children and Family Services.
Her Conduent Debit Cards Have Been Hacked Three Times; Why Is Illinois Using Company With Bad Reputation To Pay Her?A big fat F: That’s how the Better Business Bureau rates a company repeatedly hired by the state of Illinois to handle some payments.
Driver Caught By Surprise By Riverside's Overnight Parking Ban; Why Aren't There More Signs?La Shere Beason literally spun her wheels gathering evidence as she waits on the results of her fight against a common Chicago area frustration.
New Body Scanners Detect Items Before They're A Threat At Kane County JailAn inmate at the Kane County Jail tried to smuggle a chunk of metal from a broom handle, and it could have been a weapon to attack guards. But new technology is in action to detect such items before they pose a danger.
A Quest To Collect Money From A Debt CollectorA small business owner in Chicago reached out to the CBS 2 Morning Insiders, and Vince Gerasole takes us inside his wait for payment from the people supposed to be on his side.
Doctor Says University Of Chicago Ignored Pleas For Help After Missing Student Loan Payment, So She Turned To The Feds For Help“I reported them to the federal government. Now they’re nice. Now they’re responsive,” Dr. Dionna Lomax said.