Dolton Man, Kelvin Dortch Jr., Charged With Mail Theft After Mail From Park Ridge RecoveredA man was arrested in Dolton last week in connection to a series of mail thefts from blue U.S. Postal Service collection boxes.
'Teach To One 360' Software Program Revolutionizes Math Class At Northwest Side Elementary School"No human teacher could do it on their own” – that is how a Chicago Public Schools principal describes a software program revolutionizing math class.
Scam Artist Turns Victim Into Accomplice In Employment Scam“I was just looking for a relationship, I don’t know how I got into this mess," said a Michigan woman whose online boyfriend turned out to be a scam artist who apparently used her as an unwitting accomplice.
With Weddings And Events Starting To Rebound, In-Person Training Returning For Makeup ArtistsThe glitz and glam may be topsy turvy, but it's not stopping the industry from welcoming new faces.
Some Haunted Houses Are Set To Open This Week In Chicago Area, But They Take All Year To PrepareSummerlike temperatures persist this last September, but there are fall-like feels in the suburbs - where some haunted houses are preparing to open this week.
Wisconsin Military Academy Refunds Donation Made By Senior With DementiaSt. John's Northwestern Military Academy has agreed to return all of the money donated by a former employee who gave them at least $16,000, but suffers from dementia and needs financial oversight.
NBA Stars Set To Coach Local Players At Peace Games At St. Sabina ChurchBasketball is back. One of the biggest games in Chicago returns this weekend at St. Sabina Church in the Auburn Gresham community.
Some Neighbors Up In Arms About Plans For Massive Warehouse For Mystery Company In GenevaA mysterious unnamed company wants to open a massive warehouse in west suburban Geneva.
School Bus Driver Shortage Has Kids Getting To School Late; Companies Point To COVID Vaccine RequirementsBus drivers are doubling and tripling their routes, and kids getting to school an hour late – that is the reality caused by a bus driver shortage that’s showing no signs of letting up.
What Is Chicago Doing About Residents' Complaints About Crumbling And Filthy Viaducts?In a series of CBS2 stories in the past couple of months, viewers have grumbled to us about nasty pigeon poop, concerning cracks, and peeling paint.
A Day After Wife's Funeral, In-Laws Told Great Grandfather He'd Have To Move Out Of His Westchester HomeA west suburban great-grandfather fears eviction is on the horizon. He's already been told to leave his house, not by an unhappy landlord but by his in-laws.
Postal Inspectors Say It's Safe To Mail Checks After Instances Of Fraud In Park Ridge, But Expert Advises Thinking TwicePostal Police insist it’s safe to mail checks in Park Ridge, even after CBS 2 discovered a federal investigation into check fraud there. But at least one postal expert says you should think twice about that.
Chicago Therapist Wants To Take On Big Banks, Feels Changes To Her Account Are UnjustMany of us are used to free checking, but some big bank customers are facing a difficult choice: pay up or switch banks.
Several People Left Out Thousands Of Dollars After Fraudsters Get Hold Of Checks Dropped In Blue Mailboxes In Park RidgeThis is a cautionary tale to heed before you even think about putting something in one of those blue mailboxes.
Memorial With 3,000 Flags Honoring Victims Of 9/11 Returns To Oak Brook; 'We Need To Remember What Happened That Day'The goal is to make sure – 20 years later – that people of all ages understand the magnitude of what happened that day.