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.
Online Jewelry Retailer Fumes About Postal Delays Rooted In Problems At Elk Grove Village Facility, And She's Not The FirstA North Side small business owner says postal problems are costing her bigtime.
Navy Veteran Says Moving Company Offered Payoff For Good Review After Losing Furniture And Priceless Military Memorabilia"He said, ‘Look, I’ll give you $100 for your lamps, but go in and write a good review," Bill Schwartz said. "He’s trying to bribe me."
City Officials Investigating After Man Turned Down For Job Over Medical Marijuana UseStone Wheel, an auto parts distributor in Albany Park, was about to hire Sean Kelly to deliver car parts to their clients, but then he failed their drug test in February.
City Colleges Of Chicago Offer New COVID-19 Vaccine Ambassador Course In Effort To Pick Up Pace Of VaccinationsThe pace of people getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is slowing in Illinois and across the U.S. So how do we pick it up? Well, you can go back to school with the City Colleges of Chicago.
Suburban Pals Plan To Ride Bikes 100 Miles To Raise Money For Human Trafficking Victims"I’ve whipped this 61-year-old body into shape, so we're ready to go," Mark Kurland said.
Downtown Islamic Center Prepares To Bring In Socially-Distant Crowd For Celebration Of EidCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas showed us Monday how one downtown mosque will welcome hundreds of congregants for Eid.
Scammer Posing As Landlord Sought To Prey On Potential Renters To Collect Holding FeesKenya Miller thought she'd found her new home in South Holland, but she thought wrong.
After Struggling Mightily During The Pandemic, JR Dessert Bakery In West Rogers Park Has Made Comeback -- Business Is Even Better Than In 2019A West Rogers Park neighborhood bakery had to furlough their employees and saw a steep decline in business – but now they're back at full force.
Quirk In Illinois State Law Voids Life Insurance Benefits For Ex-Spouses Upon DivorceA suburban woman has a warning for fellow consumers after she was booted as a beneficiary on her ex-husband's life insurance plan due to a little known state law.
Multimillion-Dollar Plan In The Works To Fix Up Troubled Concordia Place Housing Development, But Residents Are SkepticalThere is now a multimillion-dollar plan to upgrade every home at a troubled low-income apartment complex on the city’s Far South Side.
Soon-To-Be College Grads Will Enter A Rebounding Economy, But Also Face A Lot Of CompetitionSoon-to-be college grads may be entering a rebounding economy, but they will have to compete with a swarm of more experienced workers who lost their jobs in the pandemic.