Some Chicago Bar Owners Say Easing Of Restrictions Isn't Enough And Won't Help Everyone"You know, you've got to give us a break. I know we have to be safe. But you've got to give us a break because everything is going to shut down."
Suburban Teen Moves To Iowa So He Can Play Football With Few COVID-19 RestrictionsThe season there will be a bit shorter and the playoffs also altered. Virelli thinks it's a risk worth taking after COVID-19 pushed back football season in Illinois to the spring.
Evanston Sees 3 Homicides Within 4 Days After None At All Since Beginning Of YearEvanston has seen three murders in just the past week, after not seeing a killing since the beginning of the year.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Said Lake Michigan Playpen Wouldn't Open This Summer, But City Can't Close It, And Coast Guard Won'tDozens of boats lined up in the Playpen on Saturday, with enforcement of social distancing rules nowhere to be found.
As Indiana COVID-19 Cases Surge, A Struggle Over The Mask Mandate"We said it should come from up high. It should come from the governor."
Shooting Outside Funeral Home Upsets Community; 'The Police Were Tipped'"For my daughter to see all of the ambulance and police cars and see the young man in the stretcher, it's trauma."
Black Lives Matter Signs Slashed At Two Oak Park ChurchesVandals targeted Black Lives Matter signs at two Oak Park churches this weekend.
'Love March' Seeks More Resources For Black And Brown Communities To Help End Gun ViolenceYoung people demanding changes to how Chicago tackles violent crime took to the streets on the South Side on Saturday, asking the city to commit more resources to their communities, not just to more officers on the streets.
As Many Forgo Wearing Masks Along The Riverwalk, Pedestrians Worry"There was a young person who had no mask and sneezed."
Mask Mayhem At Mettawa CostcoShe claimed the allegations are false. Over the phone, she admitted to being a proud Chicago public school teacher. One who claimed to know the seriousness of spitting and claiming to have the coronavirus. She said she would never do such a thing.
Chicago Quarantine Order In Effect At 12:01 a.m. Monday For Those Coming From States With COVID-19 SurgesEffective at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Chicago’s travel quarantine order was set to begin for those coming from states with coronavirus surges.