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Aldine Avenue Neighbors Start Mask-Making Assembly LineNurse Terry Ratner's building is now a socially-distanced assembly line. As CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports, they are now known as the Angels on Aldine.
Poor Visibility For Thursday MorningCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
Voters Say Problems With Mail Meant Their Primary Ballots Weren't CountedThere was frustration and fallout from some Chicago voters after finding out their mail-in ballots were rejected – when they thought they had done everything right. CBS 2 Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Travel Company Folds Without Refunding CustomersA slowdown in travel due to COVID-19 sent Bookit.com based in Florida out of business – without refunding customers.
Too Many Disposable Gloves End Up On StreetSome people are wearing gloves to protect themselves while they shop during the coronavirus pandemic – but the problem is that upon leaving the store, they’re tossing those gloves right on the ground. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Monee Amazon Warehouse Worker Tests Positive For COVID-19According to a recording, the affected employee was last onsite on Monday, March 16.
McCormick Place Being Transformed Into Hospital SettingSources supplied a photo of what it looks like inside McCormick Place as it is turned into an alternative care center during the coronavirus crisis.
Illinois Reports Younger Coronavirus Deaths -- An Expert Weighs InMany of the people whose COVID-19 deaths were announced Wednesday in Illinois were under 40. An expert from Rush University Medical Center told CBS 2's Tara Molina there's still much we don't know about the virus.

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