Illinois Files Lawsuit Against E-Cigarette Maker Juice ManThe Juice Man lawsuit claims the company used child-friendly flavors like cotton candy and used social media platforms with cartoons and giveaway competitions to entice young people.
Amid Major Spike In COVID-19 Cases, UW-Madison Switching To Remote Learning For At Least 2 WeeksThe University of Wisconsin-Madison is switching to remote learning for at least two weeks and quarantining two residence halls amid a spike in COVID-19 cases on campus.
Members Of LGBTQ Community Applaud Proposed Change To Rules About Blood Donations From Gay MenWith coronavirus cases still on the rise, blood donation banks are in desperate need of help.
AstraZeneca Puts COVID-19 Vaccine Trial On Hold After Patient Gets SickA potential COVID-19 vaccine produced by AstraZeneca was one of two being tested in Chicago, but now, the company has put a temporary hold on its large-scale Phase III trial.
Art Photographer Neels De Coning Gives His All To Come Back After Spinal Cord InjuryQuarantine can make the littlest things seem like a big deal, but it is the tiniest details that a photographer in the western suburbs has always treasured. As CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported, now more than ever, Neels de Coning is taking life one step at a time.
UIC Nurses Say They Have Felt Disrespected During COVID-19 Pandemic, Plan To StrikeNurses on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic were demanding changes Monday night, or else they said they would walk off the job.
Illinois Announces 2,806 New COVID-19 Cases, 23 Deaths, 61,936 Tests Reported BackThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Saturday announced 2,806 new COVID-19 cases and 23 deaths, with a total of 61,936 tests processed.
U Of I Warns Students That Irresponsible Behavior Has Caused Spike In COVID-19 Cases, Orders Halt On Social GatheringsThe University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Wednesday warned the student body that irresponsible behavior has caused a number of COVID-19 cases within the undergraduate student body and is running the risk of jeopardizing in-person learning.
Tighter COVID-19 Mitigation Rules Go Into Effect Wednesday For Metro East RegionThe Metro East region of Illinois near St. Louis will see tighter restrictions imposed beginning Wednesday, as its COVID-19 positivity rate has continued to rise.
Illinois Announces 1,492 New COVID-19 Cases, 39 DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday announced 1,492 new cases of COVID-19, and 39 additional deaths.
Five ZIP Codes In Will County See Big Increases In COVID-19 NumbersThe Will County Health Department said five area codes in particular are seeing the biggest increase, with Plainfield as the epicenter.
Workers Say They're Worried About COVID-19 Safety At Big Blue Swim School In North Center, Some Have Walked Off JobWorkers at popular swim school in Chicago said they are worried about their safety and their students – and some of them even walked off the job.
Retired Chicago Doctor Walks From Guaranteed Rate Field To Wrigley Field For Patient Safety AwarenessA retired Chicago doctor and diehard Cubs pounded the pavement Sunday to raise awareness for patient and caregiver safety.
AMC Theatres Reopen In Chicago And Elsewhere With Pandemic PrecautionsAMC Theatres reopened their movies houses Thursday, including theaters in the Chicago area.
McKinley Elementary School Building In East Chicago, Indiana Shut Down After Staffers Test Positive For COVID-19An elementary school building in East Chicago Indiana has been closed after several staff members tested positive for COVID-19.