Mother Of Two Frustrated After Financial Aid From Illinois Was Cut Off Due To Glitch; 'Everybody Says It's Somebody Else's Fault'Crystal Rodriguez was approved for cash assistance through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, and got nearly $1,000 in December and January, but despite state approval, the funds stopped in February.
Chicago Eighth-Grader Danielle Addo Thrilled To Compete In Scripps National Spelling BeeAn eighth-grader from the South Side will compete for the Scripps National Spelling Bee this summer after dominating Chicago Public Schools' citywide tournament.
'Literally Raining Crap:' Long Grove Family Sues Insurance Company, Claiming They Got Runaround About Repair Coverage After Sewage Rained Down In Their HomeA Long Grove family is suing their insurance company because they say they can't get straight answers about their repairs.
Suburban Woman Sends Easter Care Package To Her Daughter In 2-Day Priority Mail, But It Was Bouncing Around Suburban Sites 10 Days LaterMarilyn Enstrom paid for two-day priority mail to Minnesota – but it was 10 days later when the package left Illinois.
Cherry Washington Lost $30,000 To Contractor Who Didn't Complete Job, But She Still Succeeded In Opening A Nail SalonThis is the amazing story of an entrepreneur overcoming the obstacles.
Wrigleyville Bar Owners Balance Need For Business With COVID Concerns, Particularly With Cases Spiking In AreaWrigleyville bar owners face a tall task - balancing a much-needed business boost with COVID concerns.
Bellwood Senior Issues Warning After Losing $6,000 In Gift Card ScamA senior in Bellwood is out $6,000 after falling for a scam.
Despite Being Marked 'Completed' In 311, Pothole In South Chicago Is Still ThereWhat do you do when you can't get the city to fix those pesky potholes? You call CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas, who just found yet another instance of the city mishandling a 311 complaint.
With Spring Religious Holidays In Progress Or Coming Up, Faith Leaders Still Taking Precautions Amid PandemicPassover, Ramadan, Easter – these three major holidays all either currently under way or on the horizon.
Maintenance Problems At Concordia Place Housing Development Go Back Years, Rainbow/PUSH Working For ChangeBroken staircases, mildew, rodents – those are just a few of the reasons a Far South Side Section 8 housing complex has failed multiple city inspections.
Bitcoin Investor 'Sick To My Stomach' After Being Scammed Out Of $7,000“The money that they show you that you gain is just a trick,” Lindsey Walton said of Cynthia Wallace's website, Auto Virtual Options, for trading Bitcoin.
Workers Who Lost Jobs In 2020 Get Unexpected $10,200 Tax Break From Federal COVID Relief PlanA record number of folks received unemployment benefits in 2020. If you're one of them, there’s important information you need to know for filing your taxes.
With Rigorous Drug And Behavioral Treatment Program, Some Nonviolent Offenders Can Get Out Of Jail In Kane CountyA suburban sheriff's office is taking a progressive new approach to criminal justice reform.
Deaf Woman Says She Lost Her Child Care Job At Bright Horizons Because They Wouldn't Accommodate Her Disability Amid PandemicOne of the country's largest childcare companies faces a discrimination claim out of Western Springs.
Hole On Roadside Remains Near Jackson Park Despite 311 Request Being Marked 'Completed' By CityA hazardous hole on the side of the road is causing frustrations in the Jackson Park area.