Chicago Maintains Opposition To Court Oversight Of PoliceThe city of Chicago has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit seeking federal court monitoring of reforms in its police department.
2 Investigators: Feds Pump Millions Into Building Where Boy Fell From Sixth-Floor WindowThe privately owned Parkway Gardens has been hit with several city building code violations, CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Upscale Grocer In Streeterville Closes After Health ViolationsFox & Obel, in the Streeterville neighborhood, closed abruptly Monday. A sign on the door said the closure, for the remainder of the day, was “due to an emergency.”
Running For Romeoville Mayor, Steve McMichael Hit With Campaign ComplaintThe complaint, filed by Romeoville Trustee Ken Griffin – an ally of the current mayor, John Noak – accuses McMichael's campaign of violating a number of rules, including missing deadlines and failing to identify who paid for campaign mailings.
Tollway Seeks To Lower Violation Fees, Win Back FansAn effort reportedly is underway to make life easier for motorists who occasionally use Illinois toll roads.
2 Investigators: Some Pricey Restaurants Racking Up Health-Code ViolationsSometimes the fine-dining at high-end restaurants isn't as fine as customers might think. CBS 2's Pam Zekman examined health-inspection reports for some of Chicago's fanciest places.
City Not Lovin' Pest Problem At McDonald's LocationThe Chicago department that polices health infractions at restaurants says a Far South Side McDonald's did not resolve a problem with flying insects, so the business has been shut down.
Three Theater Chains Fined For Child Labor ViolationsThree movie theater chains have been fined more than $277,000 for allowing teenagers to perform hazardous jobs and work longer hours than allowed by federal standards.
2 Investigators: Critical School Lunch ViolationsThe CBS 2 investigators have obtained inspection reports on the lunches that are served to your children and may alarm many parents.