Evanston City Council Weighing Whether To Call For 'Dying With Dignity' Legislation For IllinoisShould people with only months to live be allowed to end their lives legally?
Chicago Coronavirus Couple Back Home Under CDC WatchThe couple said they are looking forward to getting "back to normal" and called their diagnosis "uncomfortable." They said their treatment at St. Alexius was "great" calling it the "best healthcare experience" they've ever had.
Wisconsin Confirms First Case Of CoronavirusThe patient is an adult isolated at their home but state health officials would not say where they are located, their age or any other details.
United Airlines Halt Flights To Hong Kong Amid Coronavirus WorriesChicago-based United Airlines announced Tuesday that it is suspending flights to Hong Kong for about two weeks amid coronavirus concerns
U.S. Taking Extraordinary Measures Against Coronavirus, But Lunar New Year Parade Goes On UndeterredThe Wuhan coronavirus has already prompted the largest quarantine in human history in China, and now U.S. officials have also taken extraordinary measures – beginning at the nation’s busiest airports.
Porter, Indiana Patient Tests Negative For CoronavirusThis person was "seeking medical attention and revealed a travel history and physical symptoms that met the established CDC criteria for novel coronavirus."
First Human-To-Human Transmission Of Coronavirus In U.S. Documented In IllinoisThe first human-to-human transmission of coronavirus in the United States has been documented in Illinois.
Illinois Joins Multi-State Lawsuit over new food stamp rulesIllinois could be among the hardest-hit states. State officials say there are over 140,000 people statewide in the affected category.
Test Results Expected Thursday For Potential Coronavirus Case In Porter County, IndianaTest results are expected Thursday on a potential case of Wuhan coronavirus in Northwest Indiana.
Coronavirus: Latest Developments, What You Need To KnowHere are the latest developments on the coronavirus.
Cancer Survivor Advises Radon Testing; More Than 80,000 Illinois Homes Have Tested High Since 2015Radon is an invisible threat lurking in thousands of Illinois homes.