System Glitch Has 2 Chicago Walgreens Locations Giving COVID-19 Vaccines To People Who Aren't Eligible, Tipsters SaySome people who are not yet eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine under state rules are getting it anyway.
Glenview Man Now Getting Unemployment Benefits After Taking IDES To Court, But What About Others In His Position?With the Illinois Department of Employment Security failing to address issues with unemployment claims properly, a Glenview man had to take them to court to get his benefits.
Struggles Exacerbated On Magnificent Mile With Gap, Macy's Leaving, But Advocates Say Reinvention Will ComeThe Magnificent Mile is a huge draw for tourists, and a big boost to the city’s bottom line. But now with big stores like Macy’s and the Gap leaving, CBS 2’s Tara Molina was asking what the city is doing to keep North Michigan Avenue alive.
Man Was Shot On Party Bus In East Garfield Park Over The Weekend, And Party Buses Are Not Allowed Under COVID RestrictionsCBS 2 is always investigating, and on Monday night, we dug into the shooting of a man on a party bus in the East Garfield Park neighborhood.
Brick Covered In Racial Slurs Thrown At Live Café, Which Serves As HQ For Four Black Village Trustee Candidates In Oak ParkOak Park police were tracking a hate crime Wednesday night, after a brick was tossed at the window of a Black-owned business that is also the headquarters for two Black village trustee candidates.
Volunteers In Harvey Halfway Toward Goal Of Boarding Up 400 Vacant Homes“Two hundred homes have been closed with donated time, donated plywood, donated funds, and assistance from residents across the city in helping us get this done,” volunteer Christopher Moore said.
River North Bar Owner Hopes Winterization Grant For Outdoor Dining Will Help Business, But Change Isn't Coming SoonHelp is on the way for some restaurants in the form of winterization grants. But those outdoor structures can’t just pop up overnight.
Englewood Woman Is Stuck In Her Room After Someone Stole Her Wheelchair On ChristmasLizzie Wallace is stuck because someone broke into her senior home on Christmas Day and stole her wheelchair.
Friends, Family Believe Transgender Woman Found Shot To Death In East Chatham Was Killed In Hate CrimeA transgender woman was shot and killed in East Chatham on Christmas Day, and her family and friends spoke out Monday only to CBS 2.
995 Chicago Restaurants And Bars Get City Grants, But Some Miss Out And Are Struggling Even More To Hang OnMayor Lori Lightfoot last month said help was on the way for independent bars and restaurants through the Chicago Hospitality Grant Program. But what about the bars and restaurants that lost out?
Families Say Their Holiday Packages Are Lost In Limbo And USPS Told Them They Can't Help NowA local family tried to beat the holiday rush at the Post Office, but it didn’t matter. Their packages never arrived.
Fraudsters File Unemployment Claim In Name Of Man Who Died More Than A Year Ago; Daughter Worries It Will Affect EstateA La Grange Park woman has an active unemployment claim – and thanks to fraudsters, so does her father, who died more than a year ago.
Maria Quiroz Became A U.S. Citizen In October, But Now The Documents To Prove It Are Missing In The USPS SystemThe pandemic delayed Maria Quiroz’s becoming a U.S. citizen, and then the U.S. Postal Service lost the documents she needs to prove she has done so.
Congresswoman Pushes For Solutions Amid Persistent Mail Issues In Rogers Park, EdgewaterWe've been digging for months into mail delays that are frustrating residents across the city - to say the least.
ONLY ON 2: Postal Worker Says Many Staffers Are Coming Down With COVID-19, And It's To Blame For Mail DelaysA Chicago-area postal worker spoke out Monday out about the mail service delays and issues we’ve spent months uncovering, across the city and surrounding suburbs.