A Look At How Police Are Cracking Down On Stay-At-Home Order ScofflawsSome people just aren’t listening when it comes to the stay-at-home order.
Woman Says Social Distancing Was Not Happening At North Side Grocery StoreComplaints arose Tuesday about stores that are open for essential services, but are not enforcing social distancing and safety recommendations.
As Many Still Struggle To File For Unemployment Amid COVID-19 Crisis, CBS 2 Takes Questions To State Of IllinoisCBS 2 continues to track issues with the state’s unemployment system, which is still overwhelmed by requests amid the coronavirus crash.
Wedding Photographer Says She Has Been Trying To File For Unemployment For Weeks, Has Gotten NowhereWith a glitching system and calls that are never answered getting in the way for those trying to file for unemployment in Illinois, one woman said she has been stuck waiting not for days, but for weeks.
Some Of Latest Illinois Coronavirus Deaths Involved People In 20s And 30s; Expert Weighs InIllinois health officials announced 42 more coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 141.
Virtual Pet Adoptions Make Getting A Four-Legged Companion Easier During COVID-19 CrisisSome Chicagoans are adding to their families during the stay-at-home order for the coronavirus pandemic.
Some Restaurants That Had Been Open For Takeout And Delivery Decide To Close Amid Coronavirus CrisisThe coronavirus crisis has led some restaurants to decide to close – with some just unable to cut it with takeout and delivery.
Fundraisers Canceled, Money In Jeopardy For Nonprofits Amid Coronavirus PandemicNon-profits across Chicago have been forced to cancel their events amid COVID-19, and they aren't sure how they're going to get through the year.
Hit Especially Hard By Coronavirus Shutdown, There's Concern Some Hotels Won't Make ItWith thousands laid off already, the impact of COVID-19 on the hotel industry has been deemed worse than the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and the 2008-2009 Great Recession – combined.
After Strike Of More Than A Year, Mag Mile Area Hotel Workers Are Worried About Housing COVID-19 PatientsFirst, Chicago hotel employees had to deal with a strike for more than a year, and now, they find out their hotels are going to be housing coronavirus patients.
A Delivery Driver's Experience During The Coronavirus PandemicDuring the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown, delivery drivers have been on the front lines with to-go boxes and bags.
With Worries About Coronavirus At Hospitals, Moms-To-Be Call On MidwivesExpectant moms are facing a new fear as COVID-19 cases surge – delivering their baby at a hospital inundated with sick patients.
Village Of Oak Park Issues Shelter In Place Order Beginning FridayThe Village of Oak Park has issued an order requiring residents to shelter in place – effective Friday, March 20 through April 3.
Breaking Coronavirus Quarantine In Illinois Could Mean Serious Legal ConsequencesPolice in Kentucky were outside a home Tuesday night, making sure a man who tested positive for coronavirus stays in quarantine.
Old Town's Topo Gigio Moves To Takeout And Delivery For First Time During Coronavirus Restaurant Closure