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. 
Indiana Has Record COVID-19 Cases Just Days After ReopeningIndiana reported a record number of COVID-19 cases Friday with slightly under 1,500 confirmed cases and 13 confirmed deaths. The state lifted most of its restrictions days ago. 
President Trump Spending Several Days At Walter Reed Medical Center For COVID-19 TreatmentIn a Statement Mr. Trump said, "I think I'm doing very well, but we're going to make sure things work out. The first lady is doing very well. 
COVID-19 Cases At White House, Lane Tech In Chicago Underscore Need For Contact TracingThe wide number of people the president came in contact with this week expands the number of people who need to be contact traced to help stop the spread of COVID-19 following his positive test.
At Least 14 COVID-19 Cases Linked To Volleyball Leagues In Gages LakeThe Lake County Health Department is warning residents of several COVID-19 cases linked to adult volleyball leagues that competed in Gages Lake this month. 
Eligible Unemployed Workers Can't Get Benefits Through IDES Certification ProcessThey can't get unemployment money, and they can't get the state to tell them why.
Indiana Moves To Phase Five Of Reopening Amid COVID-19 PandemicIn two days restaurants, bars, malls, and even sports venues in Indiana can go back to almost pre-pandemic rules, but that doesn't mean all businesses will be full. 
Financial Help Coming From Cook County For Those Affected By PandemicThe Cook County COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Program will provide funding and guidance to ease the pain of the pandemic.
Student Athletes Rally At Soldier Field To Ask For Return Of Fall Sports CanceledStudent athletes pushing for the return of fall sports planned to  rally at Soldier Field Sunday before the Bears home opener, but the rally has been canceled.
Christmas Without Cancer 5K To Run On Honor System Amid PandemicThe Christmas Without Cancer 5K run normally draws about a thousand people every year, but this year they are asking everyone to run a 5K on the honor system.