CBS 2 Fact-Check: Car Dealerships, Landscapers, Dispensaries - Who Stays Open During COVID-19 Crisis?Dispensaries are outlined in the order under "healthcare and public health operations." However, the order does not say if this applies to both recreational and medical marijuana users.
Tips For Avoiding The Coronavirus While ShoppingAccording to health experts, the virus lives on cardboard for 24 hours, plastic for three days and cans for two to three days.
Teaching Kids At Home While Learning Lessons In Self Care Under COVID-19 Concerns"Our children are going to pick up on our energy. So we will be more effective as parents when we can find ways to calm ourselves first."
Boost On Vitamin And Supplement Sales Amid COVID-19 ConcernsOn Amazon, many popular types of zinc are sold out. One box of 18 lozenges is selling for up to $120 but they wouldn't be delivered until next month.
Des Plaines Casino Closes For COVID-19 ConcernsThe casino said there are no known COVID-19 cases on the property, but it is suspending operations "out of an abundance of caution and to promote the social distancing recommended by health officials."
COVID-19 Concerns Cancel Charitable Events, Organizations Lose Much Needed FundsIt's estimated Chicagoans give as much as $6.7 billion locally to charity. But with coronavirus concerns and financial uncertainties, that number is likely to change.
After CBS 2 Got Involved, Woman Gets Help From CPD About Her Attack At CTA Station"Do I need to have significant injuries for anybody to care?"
Glenview COVID-19 Case Is CVS Worker From BostonThat person then flew back to Boston with a fever and tested positive on Saturday. CVS said it learned of this on March 8, Sunday. The office was disinfected and those who worked close to the employee are quarantined.
CPS: No Plans To Close Schools For Now, Despite Coronavirus ConcernsThere's a hotline setup for the Vaughn community and plans are in place to provide food boxes for Vaughn families. The boxes will have enough food for three days and will be available at the CPS warehouse beginning Wednesday, according to Jackson. She added that CPS will provide food delivery for those who are "challenged for transportation."
Protecting Vulnerable Populations Against The CoronavirusExperts said those with elderly family members should consider asking them to change their routine.
Attempted Sexual Assault In Logan SquareIt happened in the 3000 block of North Spaulding early Monday morning.
Jack Welch, The GE Chief Who Became A Superstar, Has DiedIn 1986, Welch made one of his boldest moves, a $6.4 billion acquisition of RCA, including the NBC television network. The deal energized GE, which made hundreds more acquisitions as the company moved aggressively into financial services, medical equipment and jet engines.
Real ID Turning Into Real Nightmare For People Waiting To Get The CardIllinois is not alone in struggling with Real ID. Maryland issued one million Real ID's without scanning required documents into the system. The state is now recalling each of those licenses on a rolling basis.
Dead Cats At Chicago Animal Care And Control Alarm Volunteers"So many cats died in that time. Needlessly."
2-Year Lobbying Effort Pays Off For BlagojevichFor nearly two years, the wife of disgraced former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich made Trump's own travails the centerpiece of the strategy to free her husband.