With Races Shut Down Due To COVID-19 Crisis, Running Industry Racing Against The Clock To Pay BillsOrganizers have canceled or postponed 4,200 running events nationwide so far, more than 150 of those in Illinois.
Amid Coronavirus Shutdown, Skills For Chicagoland's Future Helping People Find Jobs At Essential BusinessesThe streets outside Skills for Chicagoland’s future are about as empty as the downtown office itself, but don’t let the empty chairs fool you.
With Holy Days On The Horizon For Christians, Jews, And Muslims, COVID-19 Pandemic Forces Shifts In WorshipCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us how the novel coronavirus is changing the holy holidays.
Quarantine Karaoke: Oak Park Neighbors Tweak Popular Song Lyrics To Have Fun While Staying Home For COVID-19“It’s probably one of the best times of the day,” said Bernard Norwood, co-songwriter of the Edmer Avenue choir.
Closed To Public, Brookfield Zoo Seeking Financial Help Amid COVID-19 Pandemic; 'How Do We Survive As An Institution?'The weather's finally getting warmer, and places like Brookfield Zoo would be packed on a beautiful spring day, but like much of the world, it will remain a virtual ghost town, other than the animals of course, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Stay At Home Silver Linings: Finding The Bright Side Of The Battle Against COVID-19CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks for the small positives during this pandemic.
Coronavirus In Illinois: State Investigating Hundreds Of Price Gouging Complaints, But Some High Prices At Stores Are LegalStores are bearing the brunt of the blame, but CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas learned the issue of pricing can be a complicated one.
Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, HelloBaby Play Center Turns To Virtual Shows For KidsWith many daycares and playgrounds closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, parents across the city are scrambling for things to do.
Richards-Wilcox Factory In Aurora Manufacturing Hundreds Of Emergency Beds For COVID-19 ResponseWith a little tweaking, machines used to make shelving units are now churning out the place coronavirus patients will rest their heads across the country.
Select Group Of Priests And Chaplains Still Visiting COVID-19 Patients At Hospitals, Homes"Being able to pray with people in their last days or hours or moments, or even just to be there to give a presence of hope for a family, is really important to me," Fr. Matt O'Donnell said.
With Most College Students Home From School During Coronavirus Outbreak, How Should They Fill Out Census Forms?Another unintended consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is that college towns could take a financial hit for the next decade, because the 2020 Census is underway.
Local Manufacturers Stepping Up To Produce Personal Protective Equipment For Hospitals, First RespondersThey're doing what they can to help as COVID-19 eats up resources across the country. CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us how it all comes together.
St. Viator Students Help Raise Funds To Provide Shelter For Homeless At Hotel During Coronavirus PandemicThe new coronavirus is hitting all aspects of the world hard. In the suburbs, dozens of homeless people could wind up on the streets, after church shelters shut down.
Mental Health Providers Turn To Telemedicine During COVID-19 Crisis, But Will Insurance Cover It?“It is new for us, so some of those challenges we’re still trying to mitigate,” said Dr. Caitlin Simpson, director of clinical operations for Footprints to Recovery.
Can't Find Hand Sanitizer At The Stores? Here's How To Make Your Own During COVID-19 CrisisIf your patience is on short supply, the Morning Insiders found the proper way to make an important cleaning product at home.