Indiana Death Certificate Backlog Is Causing Financial Mess For Grieving FamilyA Northwest Indiana funeral home is waiting on 20 death certificates, but they can't get them signed because of problems with the state's brand-new birth and death records system.
Amid Challenge Of Learning From Home, Snow Day Offers Kids Important Mental Health Break; 'Sometimes It’s Really Okay To Let Go And Have Fun'This winter’s first snowstorm might have been pretty, but it was also pretty exhausting. There are no snow days when everyone's home anyway.
A Look At How McCormick Place Is Undertaking COVID-19 Precautions To Draw Crowds BackMcCormick Place recently launched a website to draw crowds back.
Loophole In Illinois Law Capping Insulin Prices Leaves Patients Flabbergasted; 'I Just Don’t Understand Why I Have To Pay This Ridiculous Rate'Insulin's got a bad rap for breaking the bank. A new Illinois law was supposed to cap the price at $100 per month, so why are some still being charged eight times that?
Amid Rash Of Carjackings, Rideshare Drivers Call On Uber And Lyft To Help Protect ThemRideshare drivers are calling on Uber and Lyft to help protect them from crime after seven drivers were carjacked on the Near North and Near Northwest sides going back to late December.
Despite Reform Instituted Last Year, Some Illinois Tollway Users Struggle To Resolve Incorrect ChargesThe Illinois Tollway system instituted tolling reform last year, under which the penalty for a missed toll went down from $20 to $3. The reduction was supposed to streamline processing at Tollway call centers.
'Off The Street Club' Helps West Side Students Find Tutors, After-School Activities During PandemicIt's a place to study, shoot hoops, or relax with some computer games after school.
'It's Chaos!': Dispute Over Sidewalk To Nowhere Keeps Chesterton Couple Out Of Their Brand New Home For MonthsNew cabinets, new paint, a whole new house; a Northwest Indiana couple was all ready to transition to their brand new creation, but a city rule stopped the move-in before it could start.
Ordered To Return Unemployment Overpayments, Illinoisans Still Waiting For State To Decide If It Will Grant WaiversIDES continues to blame the federal government for a lag in implementing a new law that could make life a whole lot easier for several people.
Scammers Rip Off $90,000 By Offering To Help Wood Dale Man Pay Off His BillsCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas explains how the promise of a discount on utilities led to a massive mistake.
Millions Of Dollars Still Up For Grabs From State For Illinois Families To Get Help With Utility Bills And MoreYou don’t have to win the lottery, the state still wants to give you free money. Millions of dollars are up for grabs; cash meant help with bills you’re falling behind on.
New Records System Is Holding Up Death Certificates For Grieving Families In IndianaPeople who are grieving the loss of loved ones can’t get death certificates for them due to a new state records system in Indiana.
After Finding Controversial Novel On School's Summer Reading List, Teenage Twins Push For Change In State LawHomework; for many of us adults, it’s been eons since we had school assignments. Now 13-year-old twins in southwest suburbs want to give Illinois lawmakers a big project.
Furloughed Airline Worker Lost $1,200 In Back Pay After 'Error' With Chime Account; 'It Freaked Me Out'Jordy Comeaux used to fly the friendly skies. Now the furloughed flight attendant is stuck in the cruel world below.
Chicago Man Takes A Year To Grow Hair To Donate To Cancer Patients, Only To See It Lost In ShippingThe sad reality is that packages get lost all the time, and most of us can relate to that frustration.