Chicago ER Doctor And The Battle Against COVID-19: 'Stay Home. This Is The Real Deal'"I deal with gunshots every day and trauma and crazy stuff. And this is the only thing that scares me."
Small Businesses Can Begin Applying For Federal Paycheck Protection Program Loans FridayThe federal Paycheck Protection Program offers loans and will forgive them if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage interest, or utilities.
Workers At Adult Care Facility Say They Are Wearing Painters' Masks For Multiple Days As COVID-19 ProtectionA state-run home in Kankakee has 12 cases of COVID-19, and for those who work at the facility, concern over how the place is being run is making them nervous.
Lightfoot: City Of Chicago Employee Dies Of COVID-19"This sobering moment should remind us that the numbers that we report every day are not merely statistics. They are people whose lives have been forever changed and a network of people, connected by crisis, who need us to do everything we can every day to save lives."
1 Dead After Crash Involving CTA Bus, Car In West EnglewoodPolice are investigating a fatal crash involving a CTA bus and two others vehicles.
CPD: March Records Show 10% Drop In Crime, But 22% Increase In ShootingsMarch crime records show a 10% decrease in crime from last March, according to Chicago police.
Chicago Man Stuck In Peru For Weeks Amid COVID-19 PandemicWhat was supposed to be an uplifting wellness retreat trip to Peru quickly turned into a nightmare for one Chicago man.
'You Deserve To Be Happy': Pharmacist Brings Positivity To Lawndale With MuralDuring the desolate days of quarantine, neglected parts of Chicago seem even more beat up. Omar Alfaro knew he needed to mix it up.
'Front Steps Project' Documenting Families Outside Their Homes While Helping Local Food BanksHow will you remember this moment in time, when we were all quarantined at home, together?
Chicago Renters, Landlords Urged To Talk During COVID-19 Crisis 'Not The Time To Be Adversarial'"The key thing here is no one should lose their home whether it’s a small time owner-occupied property, we don’t want that property owner to lose their home. But we don’t want the tenants to lose their homes either."
Drug Used To Fight Ebola Being Tested To Cure COVID-19COVID-19 patients are undergoing an experimental treatment at Northwestern with a drug that was used to treat Ebola patients.
COVID-19 Cancels Columbia College Commencement Ceremony"We're asking whether it's a couple months or a year from now. All we want is for our ceremony to be postponed."
Chicago Weather: Cloudy Skies Bring Cooler TempsAccording to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, a gradual warm-up is expected for the rest of the week, but lakeside cooling will be present each day this week.
Long Coronavirus Testing Line In Chicago's Dunning NeighborhoodThe testing site was originally only for first responders, but is now also open to anyone over the age of 60 with symptoms of coronavirus.
Chicago Weather: Cooler Temperatures Tuesday, Warmup On The WayIt's going to be a cooler-than-average day, but temperatures will climb in the upcoming days.