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.
USPS Says There Are No Delays At Post Office In Bronzeville; Woman Waiting On Workers' Comp Checks Says There AreA Bronzeville woman relies on disability checks to get through the week. The only problem is that she says she can’t rely on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver.
Landlord Says She Has Not Received Rent On House She Owns In Over A Year, And Moratorium Is Tying Her UpThe moratorium on evictions is meant to protect people from losing everything during the pandemic. But CBS 2’s Tara Molina found one landlord who has not received rent in more than a year.
COVID-19 Cases At Post Offices May Be To Blame For Spotty Mail Service In Riverdale And Several Other PlacesSpotty mail service has people in the south suburbs fired up – and worried about the holiday season.
Neighbors In Lincolnwood Say They Feel Like They're Being Targeted By Auto ThievesThey’re bold, quick, and violent – car thieves using the village of Lincolnwood as their own personal shopping spot.
More Local Restaurants Hope Thanksgiving Takeout Meals Will Provide Them With Boost During COVID-19 SlumpWith restaurant dining rooms shut down and families choosing safety over group gatherings, local restaurants are pivoting to takeout Thanksgiving Day meals.
People Performing Sex Acts, Saying Racial Slurs Find Way Into Plainfield Middle School Zoom ClassStudents on remote learning in Plainfield ended up seeing porn recently – and in this case, the Zoom call wasn’t hacked.
Records Show One In Three Illinois Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Claimants Is Not Getting PaidFor months, we’ve uncovered issue after issue with the state’s Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which was set upspecifically for gig workers during the pandemic.
Amid Pandemic, Unemployment, And Trouble Getting Benefits, Calls To Crisis Centers Have Skyrocketed In ChicagoCalls to local crisis centers are skyrocketing – as the stress of the coronavirus pandemic coupled with job loss stress drives some to a breaking point.
Community Furious After 5-Year-Old Boy Is Hit In Head By Stray Bullet On Far South SideA 5-year-old boy was struck in the head by a stray bullet while playing in his house on the city’s Far South Side this week.
COVID In Illinois: How Is Dining In A Fully Enclosed Tent Different From Indoor Dining? State Officials Say It's Not At AllIt’s a dining dilemma that is on many of our minds – just how is eating in an enclosed tent different from eating inside a restaurant?
After Chance The Rapper's Aunt's Wait For Kidney Donation Was Subject Of Viral Tweet, A Donor Changed Her LifeCBS 2’s Tara Molina on Thursday night introduced us to one woman whose wait for a kidney went viral last year – and the donor who stepped in to change her life.
Workers 'Dropping Like Flies' Amid COVID-19 Outbreak At IDES North Aurora Office, Employees SayBecause of a COVID-19 outbreak at a local Illinois unemployment office, one Illinois Department of Employment Security employee said workers are dropping like flies.
Grubhub Announces $10,000 Grants To Help Restaurants Through Winter; Some Say It Won't Be Enough, But It Will HelpIn some good news for restaurants just trying to hold on during the pandemic, $10,000 grants have been announced for local businesses trying to survive a Chicago winter.