Uber Driver Charged With DUICBS 2's camera was rolling when the ride-share provider was pulled over. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Cracks Down On Recycling MistakesHave you gotten a sticker on your blue bin? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Prices Going Up For Consumers In 2016CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has the bad news.
A New Kind Of Auto Insurance: Pay As You GoCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker takes a look at Metromile.
Attorney General Cries Foul Over Meter CostsCBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
State Regulation May In Store For Fantasy Sports WebsitesCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Holiday Travel GadgetsLifestyle expert Josh McBride shares some travel gadgets to take on your next road trip.
Ed's Driveway: Mercedes AMG GT SToday we're kicking the tires of an outstanding performance car on the road or the track.
Alderman Pushes Sugary Drink Tax, Business Groups Cry FoulAt least one alderman has called it a sweet idea -- a penny-an-ounce tax on sugary drinks -- but it's leaving a bad taste in the mouths of Chicago restaurants and retailers. The issue was up for debate at City Hall on Wednesday. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
2 Investigators: Rusted O'Hare Shelters Remain, After Accident Paralyzed WomanCBS 2's Dave Savini talks with the father of a woman who was seriously injured by a falling shelter.
McCormick Place Job Fair Focuses On Youth From Struggling BackgroundsYou're hired! Those words will be echoed hundreds of times today, thanks to a groundbreaking job fair initiative at McCormick Place. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports.
Major Jobs Fair To Offer Opportunities To Thousands Of YouthLeaders of some of the biggest companies in the country were at McCormick Place on Thursday, for what has been dubbed a catalyst for hiring programs and events.
How To Talk To Your Kids About What They Post OnlineWith the Internet so easily accessible, your kids can post something anytime, anywhere. FBI special agents Wes Tagtmeyer and Kim Castro have some cyber safety tips for parents.
What Should Parents Know About Online Predators?Kids are constantly connected. Whether on their smartphones, laptops, or tablets, 24-hour access is easier than ever. FBI special agents Wes Tagtmeyer and Kim Castro have some cyber safety tips for parents.
How To Protect And Monitor Your Kids' Online ActivityThe days of landlines are long gone. Now kids have their own smartphones, and easy access to the Internet. FBI special agent Jonathan Williamson and staff operation specialist Claire Moravec have advice on how to keep your kids safe online.
Keeping Your Kids Safe When They're OnlineA new school year is gearing up, and if your kids spent a lot of time outside, they'll now be spending a lot more time indoors, using electronics. FBI special agent Jonathan Williamson and staff operation specialist Claire Moravec have advice on how to keep your kids safe online.
Outage At BP Refinery Sends Local Gas Prices SoaringThough gas prices have been plummeting nationally, drivers in the Chicago area suddenly have seen a major bump at the pump. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Money-Saving Apps Save You From Clipping CouponsParents are thinking about ways to save money as their kids head back to school. Sharon Schneider from MoxieJean.com is helping us find apps that help eliminate the need to clip coupons.
Find Great Prices For Your Kids' School Computer NeedsMore and more schools are requiring students to have laptops and other expensive electronics. Sharon Schnieder from MoxieJean.com tells us where to find deals.
Saving Money On Back To School ClothesIt's all about style if your kid doesn't wear uniforms, and that style can be costly. Sharon Schneider from MoxieJean.com has advice on how parents can save on the back to school wardrobe.
How To Cut Costs For Back To SchoolAll this week, we've been getting you ready to go back to school, from healthy eating to staying active outside the classroom. Today, Sharon Schneider from MoxieJean.com has advice for saving money on school supplies.
Ed's Driveway: Dodge ChallengerIt’s time for a Saturday morning test drive. CBS 2’s Ed Curran kicks the tires of his teenage dream car, the Dodge Challenger.
Uber Expecting To Hire Lots More Drivers In ChicagoUber-X is no stranger to controversy in Chicago, and other major cities around the world. Chief advisor David Plouffe explains what the company is doing to attract more drivers, and to keep passengers safe.
2 Investigators: More Research Raises Concerns About Crumb RubberThe material is used in athletic fields. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.

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