Small Businesses With More Than 50 Employees Shut Out Of State, City COVID-19 Crisis Loans
Printing Out A Solution For The COVID-19 Problem"Every day a new person is showing up and it's a completely selfless act."
Naperville Pastor Angel Escamilla Dies Of COVID-19"Our prayers were not in vain as they turned our hearts toward the hope we have in heaven."
First 500 Beds Arrive At McCormick Place As It Turns Into Alternative Care Facility During COVID-19 Crisis
Coronavirus By The Numbers: Among The States With The Most COVID-19 cases, Illinois Trails Other States In Tests Per Capita
Coronavirus Message In Logan Square: Mural Reminds Us To Wash HandsUp in Logan Square, we found a timely message to do the right thing.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 461 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; 8 New Deaths, Including Inmate At StatevilleThe latest deaths include an inmate at Stateville Correctional Center. A total of 12 men incarcerated at the prison are now hospitalized, including several inmates now on ventilators.
Chicago Police Board To Announce Nominees For New CPD Superintendent On WednesdayNearly five months after launching a nationwide search for a permanent successor to former Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, the Chicago Police Board is set to meet on Wednesday to announce the three nominees it is recommending to Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
29 More Chicago Police Officers, Staffers Test Positive For Coronavirus, Bringing Total To 50Chicago Police on Monday announced that 29 more officers and other staff have tested positive for coronavirus since Friday – bringing the total number infected to 50.
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.
Small Businesses With More Than 50 Employees Hit RoadblockThe fine line that many businesses face between sinking and swimming amid the coronavirus crisis may rest on how many employees they have. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Plans In Progress To Turn McCormick Place Into COVID-19 Care CenterA total of 500 hospital beds have been delivered, and by the end of April, the convention center should have the capacity for 3,000 patients. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
3D Printing To Prevent The Spread Of A PandemicCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what a local 3D printer is doing to help local hospitals fight the coronavirus. He's making gear for healthcare workers so they can prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Naperville Pastor Dies Of COVID-19CBS 2's Jim Williams has the story of a popular Naperville pastor who died after going into the hospital last week. He succumbed to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Message In Logan Square: Mural Reminds Us To Wash HandsA mural by Chicago artist, Mosher, is a reminder for people to wash their hands to fight against COVID-19.
Mural Reminder: Wash Your Hands!Up in Logan Square, we found a timely message to do the right thing. CBS 2 News at 5:00 p.m.
Chicago Weather: Look For Peeks Of Sun Later This WeekCBS 2 meteorlogist Robb Ellis has a check on the extended forecast.
NCAA Approves Extra Year Of Eligibility For Spring Sports SeniorsThe NCAA has weighed in on the extra year of eligibility debate for seniors who had their careers cut short.
Report: Cardinals-Cubs London Series CanceledWith coronavirus likely to remain a threat, the 2020 MLB London Series between the Cardinals and Cubs has been canceled, according to a published report.
Cubs' Rizzo Helps To Feed Hospital Workers On COVID-19 Front LinesHe sent hundreds of meals to healthcare workers at Lurie Children's in Streeterville and Illinois Masonic in Lakeview.
The 3 Best Fast Food Spots In ChicagoLooking for a delicious fast food meal near you?
Coronavirus Home Tips: How To Stay Calm, Well-Fed And Healthy During The COVID-19 OutbreakStay safe, well-fed and mentally healthy with this at-home tips from CBS sister site Chowhound.
COVID-19 Shopping Tips: What To Buy And What To Avoid During The Coronavirus PandemicSee what to buy and what to avoid while stocking up during the COVID-19 pandemic.