Chicago Priest Shows True Colors On Social MediaDisillusionment among the Catholic church’s faithful followers in the wake of decades of scandals has left priests fending off the scourge. One Chicago pastor has turned to technology to help foster deeper connections with church followers.
Preservation Chicago Proposes Turning Lakefront Into National ParkPreservationists want to turn Chicago’s lakefront into a national park, believing it might be the best way to protect the city’s crown jewel.
Highland Park Tech Company Aspiritech Helps People With Autism Thrive As Test EngineersJobs for adults with autism are scarce at best, but a non-profit in Highland Park is helping many achieve independence as highly-paid test engineers.
Bedford Park Feels The Pain Of Housing An Emissions Testing FacilityBedford Park's emissions testing center is known to have long lines, and the traffic jams are negatively affecting the community on many levels, officials say.
Faulty Roofing Jobs Frustrate New Oswego HomeownersBuying a new home often comes with peace of mind, and sometimes a roof home warranty.
Spotty Cell Signal Might Have Gotten Truck Driver Fired; 'I Wasn’t Texting And Driving'Ever sent a text message that didn’t go through right away because of spotty service? All the time, right? Glen Kraft learned that lesson the hard way.
Lakeview Family Takes In Stray Chicken; But 'We’re Not Looking To Adopt'Kevin Barry scratched and clawed his way trying to find a home for the bird his family found wandering in their alley.
Drivers Routinely Block Busy Loop Intersections, But Police Rarely Issue TicketsChicago Police said enforcing the rule prohibiting drivers from blocking intersections or crosswalks might cause further congestion in some cases.
Littered With Garbage And Needles, Harding Park Is Unfit For KidsHarding Park near Division and Pulaski is littered with garbage, cigarette butts and even discarded needles.
More Restaurants Seeking To Appeal To Your Eardrums As Much As Your Taste BudsThe focus on sound comes at a time when open kitchens and industrial hard-surface designs entice diners’ eyes, but might strain their ears.
Last Of Cabrini Green Row Houses Slated To Come DownOnce a troubled corner of Chicago, the area that was once home to the Cabrini Green housing project has changed drastically over the years.
Owing $60,000 In Student Loans, Nurse Turns To National Credit Protection For Debt Relief, But $699 Payment Gets Her NothingSome 43 million Americans have student debt; borrowers across the country owe $1.5 trillion on federal student loans. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory has a cautionary tale of what not to do to make that debt disappear.
Where Do Suspended CPS Employees Go While Under Investigation? Some Were Placed In School BuildingsSome suspended CPS employees are immediately sent home while the district investigates, but accused teachers – up until a few months ago – were sent to CPS network offices.
Old Irving Park Resident Fed Up With Years Of Crumbling Streets And Sidewalks; 'Nothing Has Been Done'Fed up with a disintegrating road and sidewalk and other decay in the Old Irving Park neighborhood, Dawn Collins reached out to CBS 2 for help after getting no answers from her alderman.
Is Ford City Drive Chicago's Forgotten Road?Lined with potholes, uneven pavement and other unpleasantries, Chicago’s Ford City Drive is anything but smooth.