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Woman Gets Money Back From Cannabis Talk NetworkCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker introduced us to Camillia Bowen in a report on a Cannabis Con.
Recalled Items Finding Way Onto Resale PlatformsWhen products are recalled for safety concerns, the idea is to get them off the market to protect consumers. But as CBS News' Lisa Mateo reports, that doesn't always happen.
Chasing An Cannabis Business Con Coast To CoastThe prospects for making a profit off legal marijuana are high, but so is the risk of being ripped off. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker traveled coast to coast to see how entrepreneurs say they’ve lost thousands.
Amazon Drops Monthly Fee For Some Prime MembersThe online retailer said Tuesday it will no longer charge $15 a month for its Amazon Fresh service, which delivers raw meat, vegetables and other groceries to customers' doorsteps.
Apple AirPods Are Losing Power FastAnd as CBS 2's Chris Tye reports, there's no cheap and easy fix.
UberWorks App Seeks To Match Shift Workers, JobsSome are raising concern about the new app and its potential effects. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Lipari Chicken Salad Recalled Due To Listeria ConcernsThe products were sold in multiple states, including Illinois and Indiana.
Man Gets Somebody Else's Medical Records From HospitalDarnell Payne ordered his medical records from Advocate Christ Medical Center and got somebody else's, and he says the hospital gave him the runaround. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Man's Driving Record Cleaned Up After Getting RunaroundMarquis Griffith got the runaround in Illinois over a red-light ticket he got in Missouri despite the fact that someone else was driving. But things chnged when CBS 2 stepped in, as Vince Gerasole reports.
Taken By Tow Trucks; Legal Loophole Makes Chicago Drivers Easy TargetsYou just had an accident. You're upset and you’re shaken. And if you're not careful, you're taken by rogue tow truck drivers. They hold your car hostage then run up the bills. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker reports on the legal loophole that makes Chicago drivers easy targets for abuse.
Chicago Parking App Can Come With Big CostSome app users have been getting expired meter tickets when they should not. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker reports.
Walgreens Sets Up Drone DeliveriesThe Deerfield-based chain is working drone deliveries. The company is testing the remote delivery system in Virginia.
Small Business Owners Burned As Payroll Company ClosesMyPayrollHR closed abruptly and left small business owners in the Chicago area and around the country high and dry. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Tree Causes Downed Power Lines In Woman's Yard, ComEd Says It's Not HazardousA woman was told by ComEd the downed power lines in her yard were not hazardous, but she wanted them removed.
Ticket Woes Continue Near School Staff Parking ZoneA driver is pushing back against the city after getting a ticket for parking in a restricted zone. But she says there was nothing restricted about the spot. 
Capital One Hack Affects 100 MillionA former software engineer has been arrested in the case.
Recalled Pig Ear Dog Treats Still Making Pets And People SickThe pig ear treats you’re giving your dog might be making you and your pet sick.
Hidden Fees At Hotels Draw Travelers' Ire; 'It’s Sticker Shock When You Check Out'New hidden fees charged by hundreds of hotels are stirring outrage for travelers, and the nation’s capital is even suing the world’s largest hotel chain for what it calls “straight-forward price deception.” CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Real Estate Broker On Buying A Home, Moving To The SuburbsReal estate broker Connie Dornan discusses what you know need to know when moving to the suburbs.
What's Behind Abrupt Shutdown Of Spring Rewards Program?A Chicago tech company that promised consumers cash back for frequenting approximately 200 restaurants and other businesses suddenly shut down operations in late June, with little warning to anyone. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Popular Shopper Loyalty Program Shuts Down With Little NoticeA Chicago tech company that promised consumers cash back for frequenting approximately 200 restaurants and other businesses suddenly shut down operations in late June, with little warning to anyone. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Pillsbury Bread Flour RecallChicago-based Hometown Food Company is recalling 5-pound bags of Pillsbury's Best Bread Flour over fears of E. coli contamination.
Ragu Pasta Sauce RecallCheck your cabinets if you plan on cooking some pasta for dinner tonight. Some Ragu pasta sauces are being recalled, because the jars might contain plastic fragments.
Target Stores Nationwide Experience System Failure But Registers Now WorkingThe registers at Target stores are back online after a temporary outrage Saturday left customers around the country unable to complete their purchases.

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