Taxpayers Dished Out Over $93 Million To Settle Lawsuits Against City In 2019 Alone$93,229,692 -- CBS 2's Morning Insiders have discovered that's how much Chicago taxpayers dished out in 2019 for legal settlements and lawsuit judgments and claims.
eBay Charges Tax On Some Exempt Items In Illinois After New LawMany people turn to eBay for discounts and deals, but you may want to check twice before placing an order.
Report Finds More Than 30 Instances Of Sexual Misconduct, Other Disturbing Behavior By Teachers, Staffers At Chicago Public SchoolsAn investigation into last school year by the Chicago Public Schools inspector general found more than 30 instances of disturbing behavior by teachers and others who work in the schools.
City Fixes Exposed Wires After CBS 2 Report, But Hazards Remain Across CityDozens of 311 complaints months ago did not fix the exposed wires on light poles in the South Side neighborhood of West Chesterfield. In fact, the city did not fix the light poles until Thursday.
Dozens Of Hazardous Wires Still Exposed At Bases Of Light Poles On South Side, After 311 RequestsA potential danger is popping up across Chicago – exposed wires at the base of light poles.
At Least 12,000 Packages Disappear Every Day In Chicago, Expert SaysIf you’re freaking out because that all-important gift has not arrived yet, you’re not alone.
McHenry County Animal Trainer Accused Of Abusing, Malnourishing Dogs Police said an animal trainer in McHenry County abused and did not properly feed a dog in his care.
Noisy Trash Trucks Awake Residents And Violate City Law By Picking Up Too EarlyPeople living near Lamon and Cullom avenues in Portage Park say private trash companies are unloading dumpsters before the crash of dawn, waking them up and violating a city ordinance while they're at it.
Vacant City-Owned Lots Become Frustrating Eyesores For Neighbors; 'It Devalues Your Property'City records showed 311 fielded more than 100 complaints about vacant lots owned by the city in 2018, ranging from trash and debris to high weeds.
Thief Takes $1,600 Worth Of Gifts Intended For St. Viator Elementary's Santa's Workshop EventAn elementary school in the Irving Park community is brimming with excitement for its Santa’s Workshop event on Friday, but there’s just one problem.
New Year, New Tax: Illinois To Start Collecting Sales Tax On Vehicle Trade-Ins Worth More Than $10,000“January is usually a slow month for auto sales, but this January is going to be particularly tough,” said David Sloan, president of the Chicago Automobile Trade Association.