Coronavirus In Illinois: Officials Report 2,727 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Including 9 DeathsIllinois public health officials Sunday reported 2,727 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, including an additional nine confirmed deaths.
Evanston Township High School Will Reopen With 'Enhanced E-Learning' Until Further NoticeEvanston Township High School announced reopening plans for the 2020-21 school year.
Lightfoot: Chicago On Track For Phase 4 On FridayMayor Lori Lightfoot announced Chicago is on track to transition into Phase 4 of reopening on Friday, June 26.
CTA Giving Away 'Travel Healthy' Kits To RidersThe CTA is giving away "Travel Healthy" kits this week to protect riders getting back on buses and trains.
Surgeons Perform Double Lung Transplant On COVID-19 Patient At Northwestern Memorial HospitalSurgeons at Northwestern Memorial Hospital performed a double lung transplant on a patient whose lungs were damaged by COVID-19.
U.S. Customs Seizes Over 1,000 Prohibited COVID-19 Test Kits At O'Hare AirportCustoms agents have seized more than 1,000 prohibited COVID-19 testing kits at Chicago's O'Hare International Aiport, officials said Friday.
Shut Out Of Federal Lifeline, Gold Coast Nail Salon Owner Pleads Case To Pritzker That She Can Reopen Safely In COVID-19 PandemicA business owner denied financial help in the first round financial aid for small businesses shuttered by the COVID-19 pandemic, is hopeful she'll get help this time around.
Ex-Nurse Blows Whistle On Alleged COVID-19 Failures At Lincolnwood Assisted Living FacilityA growing number of coronavirus cases inside an assisted living facility leaves workers afraid for themselves and their residents.
Great Wolf Lodge Water Park Housing Hundreds Of U.S. Navy RecruitsGreat Wolf Lodge Water Park in Gurnee is closed, but this week it has a new purpose.
Coronavirus Outbreak At Symphony Of Joliet Nursing Home Kills 22 Residents, One Staff MemberA COVID-19 outbreak has killed 22 residents of a nursing home in Joliet. A staff member at Symphony of Joliet has also died.
Isolated During COVID-19: Navigating Loneliness During The PandemicFor those who are stuck at home with loved ones and roommates, managing the pandemic can feel draining or overwhelming. But what about people who live alone? Dr. Kortney Peagram talks about navigating loneliness during COVID-19.
Coronavirus Claims Life Of Second Chicago Police Officer; CPD Announces 170 COVID-19 CasesA second Chicago police officer has died from COVID-19, the police department said Friday.
Coronavirus? Cold? Or Allergies? Springtime Pollen Is In The Air, So Know Your SymptomsIt’s that time of year when allergies start to kick in. During this time of COVID-19 you may have concerns over every sniffle you develop. Is it allergies, is it a cold or the flu, or is it COVID-19?
City Offering Relief For Those Struggling To Pay Mortgage Due To Job Loss In COVID-19 PandemicThe City of Chicago announced assistance grants for rents and mortgages. A total of 2,000 of them available at $1,000 each.
Coronavirus Message In Logan Square: Mural Reminds Us To Wash HandsUp in Logan Square, we found a timely message to do the right thing.