Dr. Dog, Band Set To Perform At The Metro This Fall, Has Its Own Internal COVID-19 ProtocolsLive music is returning – but when it comes to vaccination requirements, each venue plays a slightly different tune. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas spoke with an artist performing at the Metro on Clark Street near Wrigley Field about that venue's plan to ramp up the rules.
Shipping Delays Involving Union Pacific Yard In Chicago Area Are Leaving Some Small Businesses StrandedChicago has a cargo congestion problem – and for small businesses, that means big problems.
Women Turn Childhood Pastime Into Modern Day Workout With '40+ Double Dutch Club'; 'Get Fit While You’re Having Fun Doing It’“When I was growing up, Double Dutch, that was a happy place,” said Pamela Robinson, founder of the 40+ Double Dutch Club.
'Excited And Anxious' Lollapalooza Bands Fine Tuning Their Music And Stressing COVID Precautions For The Big WeekendJust like the fans, artists performing at Lollapalooza have to either show that they’re vaccinated or show proof of a negative COVID test; and backstage guests must be vaccinated.
Fed Up With Jobs Being Marked Complete When They're Not, Ald. Andre Vasquez Introduces Legislation To Improve 311 SystemA North Side alderman is fed up with the city's 311 system, and he is introducing a new law to improve it.
Crete Police Investigators Say CBS 2's Reporting Helped Build Case Against Suspected Home Repair Scammers Who Have Been Striking Across Chicago AreaTwo so-called contractors now face even more charges — felonies — months after CBS 2 unraveled their phony home repair scheme across Chicagoland.
Some Near Northwest Side Business Owners Say Ban On Parking Boots Is Making It Harder To Provide Parking Spots For CustomersA booting ban went into effect in Chicago’s 1st Ward this summer, and Near Northwest Side businesses are already complaining.
Recruit Military To Host Career Fair Specifically For Veterans At Soldier Field This WeekA career fair specifically for job seekers who are veterans is coming to Soldier Field.
With Lenders Less Lenient Compared With Start Of Pandemic, Cicero Man Gets Car Repossessed After Forbearance Application Is RejectedForbearance - that act of putting your debts on hold – is a word many people heard for the first time during the pandemic. But now, with the economy climbing back, lenders are losing their leniency.
Teen Brothers From Northwest Indiana Fighting 3-Month Battle Against COVID-19Carlos Nunez is still too sick to talk, and his younger brother, Pablo, is now urging everyone to keep doing whatever possible to stop the spread of the virus.
Hazel Crest Teacher Rewards Art Class Students With New Sneakers They Designed ThemselvesWhat wound up on their new shoes started on the minds of the students in Mr. Ben Salus’s art class.
Nonprofit Chicago House Adds Testing Van In Bid To Stop Spread Of HIV In Communities In NeedCOVID isn't the only disease disproportionately hurting people of color. HIV rates in Black communities have prompted a nonprofit to mobilize – literally.
With Chicago Park District Weeks Away From Turning On All Water Fountains, Marathoners Forced To Adapt Training Regimens“I’ve ran in Starbucks and asked for three cups of the venti waters,” Kayla Jane McLaughlin said.
Repairs Underway At Troubled Concordia Place Apartment Complex, But Tenants Still Wonder Why Fixes Didn't Come Sooner"It's one that got away. and we're not proud of that, but we want to make sure that we do right," said James Cunningham, who leads the local HUD office in Chicago.
Couple Paid $14,000 For Home Remodeling Job Two Years Ago; It's Still Not DoneEsther Hale wanted a small addition where she could relax with her husband. Now the still-unfinished room only fills her with stress.