Park Ridge Man Puts Up Fight After Government Credit Cancels Discounts On His Internet And Cable Bill“All I can say is be persistent. It pays off. I do this all the time. I don’t let it go,” Vinnie Sabo said.
Story Of Suburban Mom Being Hacked And Locked Out Of Facebook Resonates With Many Others Around Country Who've Had It HappenOur story on a local Facebook hacking victim touched a nerve with people across the country, and now they're telling us about their own struggles to regain access to their accounts.
As CPS Watchdog Investigates Dean's Homophobic Facebook Posts, Mayor Vows Review Of City's Social Media PolicyMayor Lori Lightfoot just promised to crack down on city employees and what they display on their personal platforms.
Black Lives Matter Protests Inspire Homewood-Flossmoor Grad To Organize Juneteenth CelebrationCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside a festival hoping to make Juneteenth a household name, and a can't-miss event in the south suburbs.
Whitney Young Senior, Whose Parents Came To U.S. From Vietnam, Accepted To Naval And Air Force AcademiesAndrew Bui's family story is a Chicago original, a tale of perseverance and pride in his country.
Illinois Friends Drive Themselves Nuts Playing 'Sweet Home Alabama' For 7 Hours On Road Trip“Everyone said it was stupid, and it was, but we did it,” Robert Carpenter said.
Suburban Mom's Facebook Was Hacked, And She Was Locked Out, Years Of Memories DisappearingThe social media giant would not help until Morning Insider Tim McNicholas got involved.
Indiana Man Searches For Family Of Little Girl Seen In Film That Dates Back More Than 80 YearsA CBS 2 viewer reached out to us after buying a film reel at an Indiana antique store. He is hoping to reunite family members with the priceless reel.
CPS High School Dean Under Investigation For Homophobic Jokes On FacebookLast month, the dean of discipline for Steinmetz College Prep High School posed a question on Facebook: "Would u rather yo son be in a gang or be gay? Well let me rephrase it...would u rather your son get killed in the streets or in the sheets?"
Illinois State Police Investigating YouTube Videos Posted By Driver Who Filmed His Own Dangerous DrivingHis videos are racking up views on YouTube; a Chicago driver taking you along for a fast and furious ride.
As City Fully Reopens, CTA Has Been Busy Getting Ready For Riders To Come Back; 'It’s Important To Put Our Best Foot Forward,'The CTA took advantage of the pandemic to spruce up train stations across the city.
Neighbors Infuriated By Overgrown, Hazardous Vacant Property In Morgan Park; Company That Took It Over Never Paid FinesIt's not just an eyesore but a hazard – the city is trying to crack down on a problem property in Morgan Park that has infuriated neighbors.
As Illinois Prepares To Fully Reopen, Many Businesses Will Be Keeping Their Own COVID Rules In Place“There aren’t a lot of great systems in place for ensuring that it’s only the vaccinated people who are unmasked. We’re largely using an honor system,” infectious disease expert Dr. Emily Landon said.
Charter School On CPS Warning List Just 2 Years Ago Sending 100% Of 2021 Graduates To College“Start strong, end strong. That was my focus, my main goal when I started my senior year,” said House, who plans to study psychology at Indiana University South Bend.
After 2-Year Struggle And Insurance Company Denial, 5-Year-Old Girl Finally Gets New Wheelchair Thanks To Anonymous DonorA 5-year-old suburban girl finally got a new wheelchair this week, after a two-year struggle and a CBS 2 investigation into insurance denials. A 5-year-old suburban girl finally got a new wheelchair this week, after a two-year struggle and a CBS 2 investigation into insurance denials.