Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Launches Push To Get Hot Meals To Doctors, Nurses On Front Line Of Coronavirus FightAnthony Rizzo is at bat for those on the front line of the coronavirus fight. He talked with CBS 2’s Brad Edwards about his efforts Thursday from his Florida home – joined by his dog, Kevin.
Chicago Small Businesses Need Help To Keep Shops Afloat 'It's A Race Against Time'The wait for assistance could come as early as Friday, or perhaps a few weeks away.
Family Urges Social Distancing After Retired Vietnam Vet And Cook County Sheriff's Police Investigator Dies Of COVID-19"There's question over if he got it at the hospital or the ambulance itself."
Chicago EMTs Help Fight COVID-19 In New York"The first ER I went to, it was flooded. You couldn't even walk in there. Patients out in the hallway, inches from each other in beds.," Jimenez said. "Normally they're at least 10 feet from each other. Back to back, almost impossible to walk through."
DePaul Freezes Tuition For 2020-2021 Academic Year Due To Coronavirus Pandemic HardshipsDePaul University on Thursday announced that it is freezing tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year to ease the economic burden brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
Chicago Police Narcotics Officer Dies From Coronavirus; 'Tragically, This Officer Gave His Life To This Fight'A Chicago police officer has died of COVID-19, the first coronavirus death for the department.
76 Chicago Police Officers, Staff Have Tested Positive For CoronavirusA total of 76 Chicago Police officers and staff have now tested positive for coronavirus, the department said in a memo Thursday.
Coronavirus In Illinois: As COVID-19 Cases Rise Past 7,600, State Secures Fourth Alternate Treatment Site At Former Westlake HospitalThe former Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park will be able to provide approximately 230 beds for coronavirus treatment.
Illinois Unemployment Claims Surge To Over 178,000, For Week Of March 23, Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere were 178,133 unemployment claims filed during the week of March 23 in the state of Illinois.
Due To Coronavirus, Indiana Closes Schools For Rest Of School Year; Students Will Learn RemotelyIndiana students will learn remotely for the remainder of the school year, state Education Supt. Jennifer McCormick announced Thursday.
As Weather Warms Up, Mayor And Police Remind Chicagoans To Avoid Large GroupsMayor Lori Lightfoot said police are prepared to continue enforcing her order shutting down the lakefront, the Chicago Riverwalk, and the 606 trail to prevent a repeat of large crowds risking the spread of COVID-19.
Residents Snitch On Businesses, Neighbors Amid COVID-19 ShutdownsIn Chicago, a yoga studio that believed it qualified as an essential health and wellness service was closed after the city — tipped off by several residents — disagreed.
Father Was Released From Hospital With COVID-19 Symptoms And Died Days Later, Family SaysHow could a father walk into a hospital with COVID-19 symptoms, get treated, and get released – only to die a few days later?
'We've Been Through A Lot': Mayor Lori Lightfoot Reflects On Bittersweet Anniversary Of Election Victory“First and foremost, it’s been the honor of my lifetime,” Lightfoot said Thursday, exactly one year after winning all 50 wards to win the runoff election for mayor.
Lawsuit Asking For Release Of Prisoners At Risk For COVID-19The cases up for consideration range from low level felonies to violent habitual offenders. At last check, a total of 167 detainees have tested positive for COVID-19.