Families In Need Missing Out On Cleaning Supplies During Pandemic, So Food Pantries Seek To Fill Gap Where Food Stamps Fall ShortCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains why it's not COVID-19 that's left cleaning products for those in need in low supply.
Humboldt Park Salon Owner Forced To Shut Down Last Spring Due To Pandemic Now Preparing To Open Beauty School In Portage ParkBibi Hernandez's road to success hasn't always been pretty, and she admitted there was a time she lost hope that her beauty school would actually happen.
Man Can't Sell Used ATV After Post Office Loses Letter Containing Proof Of Ownership“It's supposed to be two days. That's what Priority Mail is. It's an odd title for mail that never shows up,” Jim Weathers said.
Mother Of Two Frustrated After Financial Aid From Illinois Was Cut Off Due To Glitch; 'Everybody Says It's Somebody Else's Fault'Crystal Rodriguez was approved for cash assistance through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, and got nearly $1,000 in December and January, but despite state approval, the funds stopped in February.
Missing Your Friends, But Tired Of Video Chat? How One Group Of Pals Is Beating Zoom FatigueZoom fatigue. It's the drain many of us feel from video call after video call, but not the people you're about to meet. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside their cheery chats.
'Autism Database' Seeks To Help Provide Help When Special Needs Kids Get Lost Or Go MissingWe're in the middle of National Autism Awareness Month and a suburban police sergeant hopes to make departments across the country aware of his special needs tool.
Chicago Eighth-Grader Danielle Addo Thrilled To Compete In Scripps National Spelling BeeAn eighth-grader from the South Side will compete for the Scripps National Spelling Bee this summer after dominating Chicago Public Schools' citywide tournament.
Metra Adding More Trains As People Start Returning To Office, But Roll Toward Normalcy Is SlowMetra is expanding its schedule - adding more trains because of an uptick in the number of people returning to the office.
Working For Chicago: Summer Work Opportunities Abound On Mackinac IslandWhether you're a college student on the hunt for a summer job or just looking for temporary work, CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Monday morning on how you can snag employment on a beautiful island.
'Literally Raining Crap:' Long Grove Family Sues Insurance Company, Claiming They Got Runaround About Repair Coverage After Sewage Rained Down In Their HomeA Long Grove family is suing their insurance company because they say they can't get straight answers about their repairs.
Suburban Landlord Says Extended Illinois Eviction Moratorium Means His Hands Are Tied As Some Tenants Refuse To PayIllinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker extended the eviction moratorium for another 30 days earlier this month.
Suburban Woman Sends Easter Care Package To Her Daughter In 2-Day Priority Mail, But It Was Bouncing Around Suburban Sites 10 Days LaterMarilyn Enstrom paid for two-day priority mail to Minnesota – but it was 10 days later when the package left Illinois.
Belmont Cragin Neighbors Complain That U.S. Postal Trucks Are Taking Up Parking SpotsMissing mail and late packages – the headlines haven't been friendly to the U.S. Post Office lately. Now comes another complaint – mail trucks are plugging up parking spots on the Northwest Side.
Cherry Washington Lost $30,000 To Contractor Who Didn't Complete Job, But She Still Succeeded In Opening A Nail SalonThis is the amazing story of an entrepreneur overcoming the obstacles.
Illinois-Based Connor Sports Makes, Installs Floor Underneath Players For NCAA TournamentYou may have watched some college hoops this weekend, and there’s a good chance you'll be watching the big game Monday night on CBS 2. But you probably haven't paid much attention to floor underneath the players.