Suburban Residents Fret About Possible Pace Route Eliminations, Say Public Meetings Are Convenient To FewPace on Wednesday will reveal the changes it plans to make next year to save money – which could include cutting several routes.
Concession Cart Operator Calls Attention To Reckless Driving In Marquette Park After Being Hurt In Hit-And-RunThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders learned of a hit-and-run crash that left a woman with broken bones – and left her family’s business reeling.
With Rise In Shoplifting, Some Retailers Criticize State's Attorney's Approach; Prosecutors Defend PolicyThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders have discovered thefts from stores have been on the rise in Chicago for years – up 34 percent since the start of 2015.
Woman Says Bugs, Other Pests Have Left Her Arlington Heights Apartment 'Beyond Horrendous'The Morning Insiders chase lots of tips – but when a viewer emailed about her Arlington Heights apartment that's "beyond horrendous," we just had to check it out.
Chicago Public Schools Bus Companies Were Fined $270,000 For Violations Last YearDespite the penalties, parents are still reporting several busing issues so far this year.
Will Apple's New AirDrop Features Deter Cyber Flashing? Chicago Victims Hope SoIt's called cyber flashing; the act of sending someone an unwanted sexual picture. Several women told CBS 2 they've been targeted on the CTA through Apple's AirDrop feature.
Performers Set To Appear At Chicago Latino Theater Fest Stuck In Mexico After Being Denied VisasA Latino theater fest in Chicago is going on this week without one of its big productions
Woman Fined Nearly $1,000 For Ticket She Says She Paid 9 Years AgoImagine getting a letter from the city saying you owe $980 dollars because you paid a ticket late more than nine years ago.
Why Did Woodfield Mall Sears Entrance Where SUV Plowed Through Have No Security Bollards?
Police: Theft Ring Busted, Over $1 Million Worth Of Stolen Goods Found In Storage Units In MarkhamMarkham police said Thursday that they have broken up a massive retail theft ring with more than $1 million worth of stolen goods hidden in a storage facility.
Lightfoot: Pot Sales Banned In Downtown ChicagoMayor Lightfoot has divided the city into seven zones for recreational marijuana sales. She said seven dispensaries should be allowed in each zone, but the central business district, including the Mag Mile, should be off limits.
West Garfield Park Building Demolished After Collapse, Resident Says It Was An EyesoreRecords show the city inspected the building a few months ago and spotted 10 violations, including one for loose or missing bricks and washed out mortar.
'I'd Love To See It Come To A Stop': Starved Rock Officials Hope To Catch Graffiti VandalsWanted – a couple, possibly showing their love for one another by scrawling graffiti in Starved Rock State Park.
Law Firm Is Sending Letters Demanding Payment On Years-Old Chicago Parking, Red-Light TicketsDrivers are puzzled by letters saying they owe money on years-old tickets in the city of Chicago.
Man Dies After Being Pulled From Water Near 31st Street BeachA man has died after being pulled from the water near 31st Street beach Thursday afternoon.