As CPS Watchdog Investigates Dean's Homophobic Facebook Posts, Mayor Vows Review Of City's Social Media PolicyMayor Lori Lightfoot just promised to crack down on city employees and what they display on their personal platforms.
Whitney Young Senior, Whose Parents Came To U.S. From Vietnam, Accepted To Naval And Air Force AcademiesAndrew Bui's family story is a Chicago original, a tale of perseverance and pride in his country.
Suburban Mom's Facebook Was Hacked, And She Was Locked Out, Years Of Memories DisappearingThe social media giant would not help until Morning Insider Tim McNicholas got involved.
CPS High School Dean Under Investigation For Homophobic Jokes On FacebookLast month, the dean of discipline for Steinmetz College Prep High School posed a question on Facebook: "Would u rather yo son be in a gang or be gay? Well let me rephrase it...would u rather your son get killed in the streets or in the sheets?"
As City Fully Reopens, CTA Has Been Busy Getting Ready For Riders To Come Back; 'It’s Important To Put Our Best Foot Forward,'The CTA took advantage of the pandemic to spruce up train stations across the city.
Neighbors Infuriated By Overgrown, Hazardous Vacant Property In Morgan Park; Company That Took It Over Never Paid FinesIt's not just an eyesore but a hazard – the city is trying to crack down on a problem property in Morgan Park that has infuriated neighbors.
As Illinois Prepares To Fully Reopen, Many Businesses Will Be Keeping Their Own COVID Rules In Place“There aren’t a lot of great systems in place for ensuring that it’s only the vaccinated people who are unmasked. We’re largely using an honor system,” infectious disease expert Dr. Emily Landon said.
After 2-Year Struggle And Insurance Company Denial, 5-Year-Old Girl Finally Gets New Wheelchair Thanks To Anonymous DonorA 5-year-old suburban girl finally got a new wheelchair this week, after a two-year struggle and a CBS 2 investigation into insurance denials. A 5-year-old suburban girl finally got a new wheelchair this week, after a two-year struggle and a CBS 2 investigation into insurance denials.
Private Booting Now Banned In 1st Ward, But City Officials Mistakenly Told Companies The Wrong Date Ban Would StartAfter Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st Ward) got tired of complaints about private companies booting cars in his ward, he and the City Council approved an ordinance to stop it. The trouble is, the city botched the beginning of the ban.
Hinsdale Students Create Book To Document Stories Of Living Through COVID-19 Pandemic; Exhibit Also CreatedAs we all prepare for Illinois to re-open fully, ponder this - we've lived through the pandemic and now have stories to tell for the rest of our lives.
Portage Park Treasure Box Provides Free Toilet Paper, Other Essentials To Those In Need"Let's just face it, you can't really go a day without toilet paper" Jaclyn Crawford said.
Plan For Paved Wheelchair-Accessible Trail At Montrose Point Bird Sanctuary Has Some Birders' Feathers RuffledThe Chicago Park District is making a nationally-renowned bird sanctuary easier to access for people with disabilities. But as CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas reported, it is causing a rift among birders.
Barrington And Buffalo Grove High Schoolers Excited For Return Of National Quiz Bowl ChampionshipsCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas met with two local teams that will compete, and he put them to the test.
Evergreen Park Woman Fit To Be Tied After She Says Contractor Never Installed Gate On Her Fence -- And She's Not The Only One ComplainingPicture this – you hire a contractor to install a fence with a gate but they don't finish the job for months, even after formal complaints.
Suburban Man Thought He'd Found The Love Of His Life, But Ended Up Losing $8,000 In Online Romance Catfishing ScamA suburban man is out $8,000 – and his story is tale of loneliness, love, pain, and a popular ruse.