To Help Boost Local Businesses, Libertyville Auto Dealers Giving Away Gift Certificates With Car SalesOne northern suburb is getting creative to boost the economy. If you buy a car in Libertyville, you'll get some money to keep shopping around town.
Jack's Pumpkin Pop-Up Near Goose Island Adapts For COVID-19 Halloween RulesThe Illinois Department of Public Health this week released guidelines for celebrating Halloween amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and among the things the guidelines touch on are pumpkin patches.
Landlord Says Towing Business Hasn't Paid Rent For Months, And She Can't Do Much About ItA South Side landlord says her tenants have not paid rent in months – in fact, they owed her thousands before COVID-19.
Beloved Husband's Cremated Remains Got Lost In Mail, But Story Has A TwistA suburban family reached out to CBS 2 after shipping the remains of their beloved dad and husband through the mail. You can likely guess where this is all going, but there was a surprising twist along the way.
Streets And Sanitation Supervisor Under Investigation After Racist Text Message To Garbage Truck DriverGarbage truck driver Heidi McGee said when she informed her supervisor she was taking a break, he texted her: “GTFO U don’t like it here!!!” a line of laughter, and then “IRON MIKE aint afraid to stand up to these LOWLIFE N******!”
Alderman, Park District Seek Safety Improvements On The 606 After Multiple Incidents Of Cars Driving On Pedestrian And Cycling TrailAld. Daniel La Spata (1st), one of three aldermen whose wards include portions of The 606, is asking for retractable bollards to be installed at entrances that are currently large enough for cars to get onto the 606.
After Pickup Truck Zooms Down The 606 Trail, Logan Square Man Calls For Car Barriers At Entrances"It seems like something that could be very easily solved, versus what could happen if you don't solve it," said Brendan McDowell.
Working For Chicago: Advice From An Expert At Glassdoor About What Sectors Are HiringEvery week, Glassdoor publishes a job market report for the Chicago area with the latest industry breakouts. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took a look at the data to help job seekers strategize their search.
You Don't Want This Ingredient In Your Brownies; Porcelain Lining Can Chip Off In Some Ovens; 'It's A Huge Concern'Customers have complained for years, so when it happened to a local grandmother, CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas turned up the heat on one manufacturer.
Business Owner Said Hacker Stole Her Credit Card Reward Points In A Growing ScamHave you checked your travel rewards or credit card points?
Bubba Gump Shrimp To Be Replaced When Navy Pier Reopens; Riva Crabhouse Locked Out In Dispute Over RentBig rumblings behind the scenes at Navy Pier: two major tenants have recently found themselves at odds with the popular tourist spot.
A Look Inside A Supervised Remote Learning Center In ChicagoDemand for childcare is skyrocketing across the city as working parents struggle with remote schooling.
Single Working Moms Struggle With Their Kids Home For E-Learning In CPS SystemAs the first week of classes for Chicago Public Schools winds down, parents continue to reach out to the CBS 2 Morning Insiders.
Concert Planners Try To Adjust To Life In The Time Of COVID With Drive-In And Socially-Distanced ShowsConcerts in a pandemic? It's not an idea everyone's comfortable with, but the village of Orland Park says they've figured out a way to do it.
Navy Pier Closed Until 2021: How Businesses Are Handling The SituationWorkers at Navy Pier would usually be preparing for a busy fall and winter, but instead, they are clearing the place out.