Protesters Demand Faster Return To In-Person Learning In LincolnshireDozens of students and parents at one of the biggest schools in Illinois gathered in Lincolnshire Monday to protest for a return to in-person learning.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Officials Report 2,727 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Including 9 DeathsIllinois public health officials Sunday reported 2,727 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, including an additional nine confirmed deaths. 
Indiana Reports 1,579 New COVID-19 Cases, 7 Additional DeathsIndiana public health officials Sunday reported 1,579 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and an additional seven confirmed deaths.
U of I Student Threatened With Dismissal After Refusing To Quarantine Says COVID-19 Tests Were NegativeA college student from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign says he was evicted from his dorm and fired from his job as a resident assistant when he refused to quarantine.
Student Athletes Protest Outside Home Of Dr. Ngozi EzikeStudent athletes made a house call to the state's top doctor Friday night, demanding high school teams be allowed to play fall sports despite the state's COVID-19 regulations. 
Chicago's iO Theater For Sale As Arts Try To Adapt Amid COVID-19 PandemicA major part of Chicago's popular improv scene, the iO Theater, could soon have a new owner days after Second City went up for sale.
Laid Off Workers Continue Having Difficulty Getting Unemployment BenefitsFor more than six months there has been an ongoing headache for those calling the State of Illinois multiple times for help with unemployment benefits.
Career Coach: Online NetworkingThis week, we are focusing on using technology to meet new people and strengthen you professional network during the pandemic.
Regal Cinemas Temporarily Closing Theaters Thursday, Including 8 In Chicago AreaRegal Cinemas will temporarily close all 536 theaters, including eight in the Chicago area.
Micro-Warehouse 'Village Farmstand' Helping Midwest Farmers Get Food To Customers During PandemicThis is a solution to a pandemic problem for farmers who've been sourcing Chicago's top restaurants and chefs for almost two decades.
Trips Difficult To Plan With Chicago's Ever-Changing Emergency Travel OrdersWith Thanksgiving quickly approaching, many people are making travel plans. But 'Do Not Travel' Orders are making it hard.