Few Seen In Chicago Breaking The Governor's 'Stay At Home' OrderMayor Lightfoot said police issued several more warnings Thursday, but no new tickets or arrests
Three More Coronavirus Cases Confirmed For Chicago Police DepartmentPolice have said district stations are being cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis, with special attention paid to high-traffic areas.
Coronavirus In Chicago: 6 CPD Officers, 5 Members Of CFD Test Positive For COVID-19“All of them are in great spirits, and tremendous people. They’re very, very brave. They want to get through this and back to work, every one of them,” Police Supt. Charlie Beck said.
Coronavirus In Chicago: Mayor Lori Lightfoot Blasts President Donald Trump For 'Reckless' Comments On Pandemic, Following President's Call To Have Country 'Open By Easter'“It’s clear to me the federal government is not going to help us. They are not the cavalry," she said.
Parking Tickets During COVID-19 Pandemic; 'Feels Like A Kick In The Pants'The $70 tickets were just another hardship for the brothers after being forced to layoff most of their staff due to restaurants being closed.
Gov. JB Pritzker Issues 'Stay At Home Order' For Illinois Starting Saturday, Amid COVID-19 PandemicAfter more than two weeks of asking Illinois residents to stay home as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. JB Pritzker is issuing a statewide "stay at home" order, starting at 5 p.m. Saturday through April 7.
Parents Prepare To Adjust With Extension Of Closure Of Chicago Public Schools Due To Coronavirus PandemicWith the numbers rising in Illinois in the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday ordered that all Chicago Public Schools remain closed through April 20.
Chicago Parents Adjust To Kids Not Having CPS Classes Because Of COVID-19"There will be no adult supervision at the schools to support the students. So we are imploring families not to send their children to school."
'Very Frustrated' Gov. JB Pritzker Asks Feds For More Coronavirus Tests; 8 New Illinois Cases Confirmed“In order to best care for our patients, we need to be able to gauge the exact scope of COVID-19’s spread, and it is imperative that the federal government provide leadership here,” Pritzker said.
Sick Pay, Time Off A Major Concern For Workers Amid Coronavirus Crisis; Gov. Pritzker Says Illinois Is Discussing Ways To HelpDo you have a plan for your family and work, and would you get paid if you needed to call in sick? Those are some of the issues CBS 2 News is tackling as we break down the potential domino effects of the coronavirus.
Illinois Democratic Presidential Primary Will Be Critical As Biden, Sanders Run Neck-And-NeckVirtually up for grabs – that’s where it stands right now for the top two candidates vying to become the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.
44 Campaign Signs For Just 3 Candidates Mounted On Median Strip Of State Street In Bronzeville, Where Law Says They Are Not AllowedEarly voting started citywide in Chicago on Monday, and with that, of course, come many campaign signs. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov found signs in Bronzville – and lots of them – in a place where they did not belong.
Rod Blagojevich Admits To Mistakes, But Maintains He Was Imprisoned For 'Practicing Politics'CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov sat down with Blagojevich this week. They talked for almost 50 minutes.
Rod Blagojevich Expects To Lose His Illinois Law License After Disbarment Hearing; 'Frankly, I’m Not Really That Interested'A week after former Gov. Rod Blagojevich was released from prison, the state agency that regulates attorneys took a key step to prevent him from ever practicing law again in Illinois.
Illinois Real ID Glitch: Camera System Crashes, Leading To Long WaitsYou’ve seen the ads and warning: Get your Real ID by October, or else you won’t be able to get on flights in the United States.