CBS 2 News Headlines

Chicago ER Doctor And The Battle Against COVID-19: 'Stay Home. This Is The Real Deal'"I deal with gunshots every day and trauma and crazy stuff. And this is the only thing that scares me."
Coronavirus In Illinois: $4 Million Relief Fund Offering Grants To Artists And Cultural GroupsIndividual artists can apply for one-time grants of $1,500. Non-profit arts and cultural groups of any size can apply for grants of $3,000 to $60,000, based on their financial need.
Chicago Weather: Warmup On The WayWarmer temperatures are on the way and the sun is coming out. 
As Census Day Arrives, Cook County Officials Worry Some Communities Will Be Under-CountedThe COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting the Census count, and officials already have pushed back the response deadline by two weeks to Aug. 14.
1 Dead After Crash Involving CTA Bus, Car In West EnglewoodPolice are investigating a fatal crash involving a CTA bus and two others vehicles. 
Indiana Coronavirus: 65 Hoosiers Dead From COVID-19, Total Cases Top 2,500A total of 65 people in Indiana have died from COVID-19, including six in Lake County, state health officials reported on Wednesday. 
Which Blackhawks Teammate Would Jonathan Toews Most And Least Want To Be Stuck In Quarantine With?Team captain Jonathan Toews joined fellow Central Division captains Roman Josi of the Nashville Predators, and Alex Pietrangelo of the St. Louis Blues in a video conference call on Tuesday to discuss how they’re handling the season’s hiatus.
CPD: March Records Show 10% Drop In Crime, But 22% Increase In ShootingsMarch crime records show a 10% decrease in crime from last March, according to Chicago police.
Chicago Fire Defender Jonathan Bornstein Working Out At Home With Daughters With MLS Season On COVID-19 Hiatus"I've been trying very creative things, especially with the daughters. Trying to do pushups, and situps, and squats, and I went running in the stairwell that's here right outside my apartment door. So I didn't actually leave the apartment complex," Bornstein said.

CBS 2 Investigators

Coronavirus in Illinois: Small Clinics Struggle To Stay Open While Keeping Medical Staff Safe"Yes, it's scary but this is what we signed up to do."
Plan Could Turn McCormick Place Into Field Hospital Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe CBS 2 Investigators have uncovered a plan to use McCormick Place and three shuttered hospitals to fill the gap in hospital beds.
COVID-19 Testing Is On The Rise In Illinois, But Swab Shortage Poses ProblemIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday emphasized the need to start target testing for coronavirus.
Couple Says They Can't Get Their Money Back From Venue After Wedding Was Canceled Due To Coronavirus ClosuresWe met one couple who not only face the loss of their income – but also prepaid for their wedding and can’t get any of their money back.
How Loss Of Ridership Due To Coronavirus Might Be Affecting Metra's Bottom LineOn Monday morning, commuters who still have to get into Chicago for work will need to adjust to different schedules on Metra.
Illinois Eyeing Sites For Potential Patient Overflow At Hospitals For CoronavirusGov. J. B. Pritzker is eying potential sites that could treat an overflow of patients if hospitals reach capacity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Are Chicago Hospitals Ready For Influx Of Coronavirus Patients? Not Likely, Harvard Estimates Show
Illinois State Law Makes It Difficult For Landlords To Evict SquattersA landlord’s biggest nightmare is finding a squatter in their property, because it the State of Illinois it doesn’t matter how the person got in – landlords have to go to court to get them out.
Father Is Fighting 'Behavior Management' Fee On Dental Appointment Bill For His Son With AutismMichael Johnson was not pleased after he found an extra charge on his son’s dental bill.

CBS 2 Videos