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CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports on why physicians seem to be leery, even if they have qualifying patients.
Terry Almanza would like to wear the purple garment at her niece’s wedding. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
After a long cold winter, at last spring is in the air. So is something else. CBS 2’s Chris Martinez reports.
A Cook County judge ruled Thursday that a temporary restraining order delaying a medical marijuana cultivation center in northeastern Illinois can remain in place. Judge Kathleen Kennedy also ordered the plaintiff to post a bond of $200,000 to compensate for any harm caused if delays are later found to be improperly granted.
The unanimous vote on Thursday means the university and Urbana-based Carle Foundation hospital will negotiate the details of the hospital’s pledge to provide $100 million to the project over 10 years.
Mayors from the south suburbs have teamed up with the Gift of Hope organ donation network, in a campaign aimed at increasing the numbers of organ donors in the black community, where far fewer are donors, and many more are in need of transplants.
Apple’s announcement brought the potential for a healthier future with innovative technology that’s guaranteed to take the world by storm for its practicality and it’s privacy risks.
A Cook County judge is expected to hear arguments Tuesday on what documents should be part of the case. A Chicago company called PM Rx is suing the Department of Agriculture, claiming the agency broke its own rules when awarding marijuana cultivation permits.
Michelle Miller says she believed she’d given Norwegian American Hospital — and Chicago Public Schools — permission to give her daughter a physical for the upcoming track season at Wells High School. Her daughter got way more than that, CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.