National Nurses Week: U Of C Nurse Meghan Donahue On The Challenges Of The COVID-19 Pandemic, And What Keeps Her Coming BackThis National Nurses Week, CBS 2 is telling the stories of nurses going above and beyond in extraordinary circumstances.
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Pizza Business Keeps Booming -- And Is HiringIn the midst of a pandemic, you do what you can to get your slice of the pie.
With So Many People Staying Home During Pandemic, Chicago Cab Drivers See Steep Drop In Rides; 'We Going Broke'A rainy day in the Loop would usually be a good time to catch a cab, but cabbie Kapriccio Duncan said there's nothing usual about these times.
Keeping Your Glasses From Fogging Up While Wearing A Face MaskIf your eyeglasses are fogging up while you’re wearing your mask, you’re not alone.
During Coronavirus Pandemic, School Of Rock In Oak Park Pivots To Teaching Via ZoomWith so many businesses struggling to stay afloat, a music school in Oak Park is completely changing its game plan to virtual lessons.
COVID-19 Sours Plans For 'Sweet & Tart' Cocktail And Dessert Bar; 'It Certainly Put A Very Large Wrench In Our Plans'They prepared for months to launch a small business, and then COVID-19 derailed their plans.
In Coronavirus Pandemic, Kids Are Using iPads Even More While Staying At Home, But Parents Need To Be Wary Of Potential CostsIf you're working from home, an iPad can be a parent's best friend. It was for Matt Glucksmann, until he got a $700 bill from Apple.
With Downtown Foot Traffic Down 80%, Loop Storefronts Struggle To Stay OpenChicago's once bustling Loop is akin to a ghost town amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
For Homebuyers, Virtual Tours Replacing In-Person Visits During COVID-19 CrisisCOVID-19 is keeping some prospective home buyers from touring properties. Some realtors are brokering sales for the first time without ever seeing the property first-hand.
'I Would Never Wish This On Anyone'; In Severe Cases, COVID-19 Can Leave Patients With Breathing Problems For MonthsChristina Hill shared her story with CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas in hopes of warning others about just how bad COVID-19 can get.
RJW Logistics Group Hiring For New Warehouse In RomeovilleA suburban logistics company is looking for workers for their warehouses.
With Paycheck Protection Program Out Of Funds, Small Business Owners Wonder What's NextStruggling small businesses in Chicago are banking on government loans to keep them afloat during the coronavirus shutdown. But one major federal resource – the Paycheck Protection Program – is now out of funds, and Congress is debating how to re-fund it.
Rep. Mark Batinick Suggests Gov. JB Pritzker Require Wearing Masks In Public; Governor Is Considering It"In my opinion, we're not doing a good enough job of protecting our citizens now, and if we mandate it for all stores, I just think people will be more comfortable," Batinick said.
Some Trainers, Coaches Offer Sports Classes For Free During Stay-At-Home PeriodSome trainers and coaches are turning to the World Wide Web to offer virtual classes and drills for free.
What Is Causing The Holdup For Unemployment Benefits For Gig Workers?The State of Illinois said it will be another month before the first unemployment payments get to independent contractors and gig workers such as Uber drivers and musicians.