Despite Months Of Complaints From Neighbors, Late Night Parties Continue In Bronzeville Near 41st Street Lake Shore Drive BridgeCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas first reported on the issues last fall, but now, in a pandemic, the pop-up parties have an added danger.
2 Months After Looting And Unrest, Many Chicago Businesses Still Need Help RebuildingChicago businesses reported $66 million worth of damaged or stolen property to police during the looting and unrest after George Floyd’s death, according to public records obtained by the CBS 2 Morning Insiders.
Zoom Limitations Have Denied Teacher, CPS Community Members Access To Public MeetingsA Taft High School teacher and several other Chicago Public Schools community members were denied access to public meetings this month because of Zoom limitations.
With Some Landlords Raising Rent, And Limited Financial Help Available, Many Tenants Fear For Their FutureCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas learned dozens of people have had their rent increased during the pandemic, and with the state's eviction ban expiring on Aug. 22, some say the mayor's office needs to step up.
Reopening Classrooms Isn't Only Question Facing Schools; How Will Kids Get There Safely?Parents in Munster, Indiana, will have a decision to make this August: to bus or not to bus?
Scammers Stole $250 From Musician's PayPal Account, But He Couldn't Get A RefundThe pandemic can particularly difficult for gig workers; even harder if a scammer drains your PayPal account.
Rogers Park Homeowner Out $29,000 After Contractor Troupe Construction Didn't Even Start Major Remodeling ProjectCharleen Brown-Muir had big plans for her house in Rogers Park; so big that in May of 2018, she signed an $89,000 deal and gave $29,000 to a contractor upfront to start remodeling.
These Karens Don't Want To Talk To A Manager, They Just Want Their Good Name BackThe name Karen has turned into a slang word describing women who lash out for no good reason. The behavior that begets the nickname is unacceptable, but what if your name really is Karen?
Teenage Indiana Brothers Create App To Help Track Businesses' COVID-19 PrecautionsUsers can add businesses to the Safe Shopper app, and check boxes for the COVID-19 safety measures they’re taking.
Illinois Lottery Prize Winners Frustrated With Claim Centers Closed, Questions About It UnansweredWhat would you do if you won the Lotto? Well first, you’d probably collect your money – but in Illinois, many players can’t even do that right now.
As Businesses Shifted To Working From Home, Some Internships Also Turned Virtual; 'It's Surpassed My Expectations'When the economy collapsed due to the pandemic, internship offers began to vanish. Fortunately, some companies pivoted to an online experience.
Looking Back At The Murder Of AJ Freund And Its Effect On Crystal Lake
Pieces Of Metal, Car Parts, And Other Debris On Expressways -- How Is IDOT Handling It?Pieces of metal and broken car parts are seen sitting on the side of busy Chicago highways.
As School Districts Draft Plans For Classes In Fall, Many Surveying Parents On Preference Between In-Person And Online InstructionSome parents are being told full-time, in-person classes won't happen, and they told CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas that will be a challenge.
In Age Of COVID-19, Attorney Gets Creative And Holds Deposition In His BackyardLegal proceedings usually mean people in a stuffy room with blazers and suit jackets. But thanks to COVID-19, one lawyer is rethinking that.