Cook County Medical Examiner's Office To Open Refrigerated Warehouse Able To Hold More Than 2,000 Bodies Amid Rising COVID-19 DeathsA rising number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Cook County has led to a grim step – turning a refrigerated warehouse into a possible makeshift morgue.
Rural Indiana Coronavirus Worry: ‘What More Could I Have Done?'Decatur County and two other counties in southeast Indiana have among the highest per-capita infection rates in the country, topping the Seattle area and some counties near hard-hit Detroit.
Former Blackhawks Star Jeremy Roenick 'Staying Active To Cancel Out My Quarantine Snacks'The video shows Roenick showing off his hockey skills in his back yard, as well as trying out basketball, soccer, softball, calisthenics, yoga, cycling, and more -- all in less than a minute.
Trader Joe's No Longer Allowing Personal Bags Amid COVID-19 ConcernsTrader Joe's and other grocery chains are no longer letting you bring your own bags.
Chicago Weather: Temperature Drop, High Winds, Rain And Possible Snow Ahead
Illinois Unemployment Claims Surge To Over 200,000 For Week Of March 30, Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe U.S.Department of Labor estimates 200,940 new unemployment claims were filed during the week of March 30 in Illinois.
Companies Announce Hiring Plans In Chicago Area; See Who's HiringAs unemployment claims rise, there are companies hiring in the Chicago area.
Police Share Photos Of Vehicle Wanted In Woodlawn Hit-And-RunPolice are searching for the vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run on Sunday.
2 Injured After Gun Accidentally Discharged Near Belmont CTA Station; Brown, Red Line Delays ExpectedTwo people were injured in an accidental shooting near the Belmont CTA station Thursday morning.
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.
Many Laid Off Workers Still Having Trouble Applying For UnemploymentAnother round of new unemployment claims will be released by the government Thursday morning.
Bars, Stores Already Receiving Citations For Not Following Social DistancingAs the city tries to prevent groups from gathering, the mayor says a big issue has been people loitering outside stores that sell liquor.
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.
Northwest Indiana Pastor Turns To Faith After Wife Dies Of COVID-19A Northwest Indiana pastor had his life shattered by COVID-19 when his wife died. But as CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Wednesday, the reverend’s faith is still resilient.
Woman Says Construction On Lake Shore Drive Condo Building Is Making Her Sick, Should Stop During Stay-At-Home OrderCongestion; red, itchy eyes; and the inability to walk without wheezing – these are the symptoms one Lake Shore Drive resident has been experiencing since mid-March.