Revival And Challenges On Main Street In Evanston Amid Coronavirus Pandemic ReopeningBusinesses across the Chicago area and the country are doing what needs to be done to keep operating.
Andersonville's Alamo Shoes Adjusts As Stores Are Back Open, But Traffic Is DownCBS 2’s Lauren Victory took us to a family-owned business in Chicago to check on things a month after reopening.
The Dugout Bar In Wrigleyville Caught On Camera Violating State And City Reopening Guidelines; Owner Says He's Not Breaking Any RulesA Wrigleyville bar was caught on camera breaking the state and city’s reopening guidelines, and other bar owners and bartenders said they're worried the bar's bad behavior will end up costing everyone.
Kanye West's Yeezy Got Millions From Federal Government's Paycheck Protection ProgramOn Monday night, CBS 2 learned West’s fashion company, Yeezy, received millions from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program.
'There's Actually A Lot Of Hope' For College Students, Recent Grads Looking For Jobs, Expert SaysEntering the workplace is never easy, and navigating the job search process during a pandemic requires extra resilience.
Concrete Cowboy Bar In River North Permanently Shut Down In Wake Of Repeated ComplaintsThe city has ordered the River North bar Concrete Cowboy to shut down permanently, in the wake of a longstanding history of noise violations, crowd control issues, and even violence.
Damning Watchdog Report Says Boeing Shielded Key 737 Max Details From FAABoeing shielded from federal regulators reviewing its 737 Max aircraft the extent and capability of the flawed computer system that ultimately brought down two jets, according to an inspector general report obtained by CNN.
Executive Order Delaying Marijuana Licenses Has Social Equity Applicants Worried About Being Shut OutMore than 80 new marijuana licenses would have been announced Wednesday, but an executive order issued by Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday delayed them.
Bronzeville Native Dr. William Yates Is On A Mission To Bring Temperature Scanners To Public Places In ChicagoA Chicago doctor is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago.
New Marijuana Dispensary Opening On Weed Street, But Other Dispensary Licenses Are Stuck On Indefinite PauseThe second recreational-only marijuana dispensary in Chicago opens Wednesday, on – believe it or not - Weed Street.
'It Would Completely Kill It'; Chicago Hookah Lounge Owners Worried About Ordinance"For me personally, it would take a business I've worked incredibly hard, paid a lot of taxes over the years and employ a lot of people and it would completely kill it."
Chicago And Illinois Minimum Wage Hikes Begin July 1; City's Predictable Work Schedule Ordinance Also Goes Into EffectStarting July 1, the minimum wage in Chicago will rise to at least $13.50 per hour, while most of the rest of Illinois will see the minimum wage go up to $10.
Facebook To Build $800 Million Data Storage Center In DeKalbThe project will create an estimated 1,200 construction jobs, and 100 operational jobs for data technicians, engineers, facility managers, logistics professionals, and security personnel.
Woman Says After Losing RushCard Prepaid Debit Card, Company Has Kept Her From Her Money For MonthsWhen you lose your debit card, you usually get a replacement in the mail with your money still on it. But a Calumet City woman said that was not the case for her.
Michelin-Star Blackbird Restaurant Going Out Of Business Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Michelin-star restaurant Blackbird announced Monday that it is going out of business.