Brookfield Zoo Reopens Monday, But Reservations Are A MustNo indoor spaces will be open, with the exception of restrooms.
'I'm Not Going To Be Forced To Resign': Unemployed For Five Months, A Nurse Can't Access Benefits Because Company Has Her As A Full-Time"I just want my retirement."
Chicago's New Indoor Dining Plan Starts ThursdayChicago's new indoor dining plan starts Thursday.
Chicago Family Mariachi Band Gets Help From Neighbors After Pandemic Cancels GigsSo far, it has raised more than $60,000.
Couple Furloughed Amid The Pandemic Turning Passion Into Profit With 'Bae Coffee'Real life baes, who got laid off together and are now in business together.
LinkedIn Announces Fields With Jobs On The RiseCBS 2 is Working For Chicago  to give you a look at who's hiring and in what fields. 
Chicago Bakery Turns Ovens Back On After Getting A Surprise Check To Reopen; 'We're Very Grateful'"At this point, I was like well, we have to completely re-start. We had packed up everything. Everyone was gone."
Pfizer Study Suggests COVID-19 Vaccine Works Again MutationNew research suggests Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine can protect against a mutation of the virus.
Frustrated Chicagoans Wait Outside To Get Driver's License Services, But Some Didn't Have To Be ThereThe Illinois Secretary of State's office said the expiration on driver's licenses  has been extended until June 1 and registration stickers for the back of license plates can be done online.
Chicago Crime Wave Highlighted By Seven Carjackings In 24 Hours; 'There's Been Building Economic Pressure And Increased Desperation'"Carjacking is a low risk, high profit venture,"
CPS Says In-Person Learning Will Resume Next Week; CTU Continues Strike ConsiderationBoth the teachers union and Chicago Public Schools held press conferences Tuesday morning, in what is becoming a showdown over remote versus in-person learning.