CBS 2 Gets Results After Overflowing Trash, Vermin Plague South Shore AlleysHeaping piles of trash, mice, and rats made for a less-than-pretty picture in South Shore, where residents reached out to CBS 2 – desperate for a fix.
Pilsen Residents Want City's Help To Pick Up Dangerous Garbage"It's not safe for anybody. Not only for our kids in the community. Because there's two schools here."
Trash Pileup On Eisenhower Expressway May Get Worse Before Better, IDOT SaysAccording to an Illinois Department of Transportation spokesman, the unsightly spots of garbage may get worse before they get better.
South Shore Residents Steamed About Garbage Pile-UpCity officials said they are waiting on the property managers to response to the violations. But residents felt they've been waiting long enough and want the city to do more.
Rotting Meat Creates Disgusting Mess Near Curie H.S.After more than a week of letting piles of rotting meat stink up part of the Archer Heights neighborhood, crews finally arrived Thursday morning to get rid of the disgusting mess.
Hundreds Of Pieces Of Mail Found Dumped In TrashThe inspector general’s office for the U.S. Postal Service said a resident found the undelivered mail in a trash bin on Thursday near the intersection of Drake and Thorndale.
Public Warned To Avoid Trash That May Contain Meth ChemicalsWalkers, joggers are bikers in Indiana are being warned that any trash they find may be contaminated with chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine.
No Charges Against Man Who Took Out The Trash NakedA 70-year-old northwest Indiana man admitted going outside naked to take out his trash Tuesday morning, the Post-Tribune is reporting.
Rebuilding Exchange Makes Furniture Out Of TrashLooking for a unique gift this holiday season? A Chicago company that makes furniture out of garbage may have the answer.
Lake County Hoping To Boost Recycling Level To 60 PercentLake County commissioners are using an upside down garbage can as their symbol of a new effort to start recycling 60 percent -- instead of 40 percent -- of everything left at the curb in the northern suburbs.