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.
Suburban Grandmother Says Packages She Ships Overseas Are Taking A Month Just Get Out Of Chicago Area USPS FacilitiesSome local postal problems are causing international frustrations. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas spoke with a suburban grandmother who said her overseas shipments sometimes take more than a month just to leave Cook County.
Joliet Man Loses All His Bitcoin After Fraudster Hijacks His Phone Number Hacks His AccountsAll of a Joliet man's Bitcoin went poof, gone, vanished, after a hacker got into his accounts and drained the cryptocurrency.
Chicago City Leaders To Go For Training On Dealing With Overgrown Vacant Lots Next Year, But Those Living Near Them Want Action NowMayor Lori Lightfoot just announced she's sending city leaders to a training program to learn more about how to turn overgrown vacant properties around. But that is not happening until 2022.
Residents Repairing Homes After Tornado Run Into Sky-High Prices For Lumber, Other Construction MaterialsThere is no good time for a tornado to strike, but the one in the western suburbs on Sunday night ravaged homes at a time when construction costs are already sky high due to the challenges of the pandemic.
Story Of Suburban Mom Being Hacked And Locked Out Of Facebook Resonates With Many Others Around Country Who've Had It HappenOur story on a local Facebook hacking victim touched a nerve with people across the country, and now they're telling us about their own struggles to regain access to their accounts.
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.