Alarming Claims Say Doctors Are Stashing Hydroxycholoroquine, Touted By Some To Help COVID-19 FightAlarming claims have surfaced from a top medical group that doctors are over-prescribing and stashing away the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine.
With Dozens Of COVID-19 Cases In Department, Some Chicago Police Employees Say They Don't Feel Safe At WorkA total of 74 Chicago Police officers and two civilian employees have been infected with the coronavirus, and one 21-year veteran officer who was a husband and father has now died. Now, several police staff are asking, are they safe?
Travel Company Bookit.com Goes Out Of Business Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Without Refunding CustomersA slowdown in travel due to COVID-19 sent an online travel booking company based in Florida out of business – without refunding customers.
Neighbors Say Norwood Park Gym Has Stayed Open, Flouting Non-Essential Business Closure Rule For COVID-19When Gov. JB Pritzker shut down non-essential businesses for the stay-at-home order for the coronavirus pandemic, that included gyms.
Workers Say Precautions Insufficient After Presumed Positive COVID-19 Cases At Homewood Rehab CenterThe safety of health care workers has been a huge problem in Chicago and across the country amid this coronavirus crisis.
Some U Of C Medical Center Health Care Workers Feel Like They're In The Dark About COVID-19 ExposureSome health care workers on the front lines of the war on the coronavirus feel they are not being sufficiently protected.
Many Retired Illinois Medical Professionals Want To Help With COVID-19 Response, But Some Hit RoadblocksIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker said Monday that he is getting s positive response from retired health care workers he is asking to go back to work.
An Exclusive Look At A Gary-Chicago International Airport Terminal That Has Become A COVID-19 Command Center
Conducting A Virtual Funeral During The Coronavirus CrisisStrict gathering guidelines will be in place for some time. So how do you balance holding a funeral under such circumstances?
Coronavirus In Illinois: Chicago Fire Department Paramedic Tests Positive For COVID-19The mayor did not say where firefighter or paramedic is stationed, but said the firehouse is being cleaned as a result of the confirmed COVID-19 case.
Social Distancing For Coronavirus Outbreak May Mean Woman Won't Get To Say Goodbye To Mother In HospiceMany of us are facing tough decisions about closings and social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic – but those with loved ones in nursing home hospice care might never get to say goodbye in person.
High School, University Students Disappointed By Sudden Cancellations Of Trips Due To CoronavirusAs the number of infected people climbs in Illinois, throughout the nation, and in much of the world amid the coronavirus outbreak, schools are dropping out of overseas trips by the minute.
Chicago Area Students Studying Abroad In Italy Say Coronavirus Outbreak Has Consumed Their LivesThree local women studying abroad are living in fear of the coronavirus.
Why Did Truck Driver Get $750 Ticket In Dixmoor, For Infraction That Code Says Carries Fine Of $100?The Village of Dixmoor wants a truck driver to pay a $750 fine.
Jussie Smollett Pleads Not Guilty; Attorneys Seek To Dismiss New Charges In Hate Crime Hoax CaseA new indictment filed earlier this month charged Smollett with six counts of disorderly conduct, accusing him of filing false police reports that he was attacked on the way home from Subway in the middle of the night in Streeterville in January 2019.