CTU Organizing Car Caravan Monday, Demands Remote Learning For CPS In The FallMore than 20 community groups are forming a car caravan to urge the city to put safety first when it comes to this fall's education plan.
Chicago Public Schools Launching Survey, Hosting Community Meetings On Reopening GuidelinesCPS officials have said a final decision on whether schools will resume in-person classes in the fall won’t be made until late August.
CTU Demands Remote Learning This Fall Amid PandemicThe union says Chicago Public Schools and the mayor have yet to roll out a concrete plan of how to ensure safety if students and teachers go back into the classroom.
Mobile COVID-19 Testing Lab Visiting Pilsen, Woodlawn MondayA mobile COVID-19 testing lab will be visiting Woodlawn and Pilsen on Wednesday.
Indoor Dining Returns With Restrictions As The City Enters Phase 4As Illinois enters Phase 4 of reopening, indoor dining returns with restrictions.
City Ramping Up Contact Tracing Efforts; Free Online Contact Tracing Course AvailableOn Tuesday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot will lay out the city's plan to ramp up contact tracing efforts for COVID-19 cases in Chicago.
'Normalcy Will Return': Nurse, Firefighter Remind Public To Stay Safe By Following GuidelinesWhile we're all anxious to get back some sense of normalcy, a local couple says life is worth the wait.
Gov. Pritzker Fighting To In Court To Keep His Stay-At-Home Order ExtensionGovernor JB Pritzker plans to fight back in court after a downstate judge ruled against his stay-at-home extension.
Federal Judge To Hear Arguments On Cook County Jail Social Distancing PracticeThe battle for the wellbeing of the inmates at Cook County Jail continues Thursday.
Abbott Labs Warns Of Possible False Negative From Rapid Tests For CoronavirusAbbott Labs is warning that the new new rapid COVID tests can produce false negatives.
U Of I Grad Working To 'Feed The Frontline' In Fight Against COVID-19The Fulbright scholar is using her University of Illinois business degree to help "Feed the Frontline" in the fight against in COVID-19.
Funeral Underway For Second Chicago Police Officer To Die From COVID-19Funeral services are underway for Chicago Police Sgt. Clifford Martin who died from COID-19.
As Unemployment Claims Grow, Here Are Answers To Some Of Your Biggest QuestionsCBS 2's Audrina Bigos called on an employment and labor attorney to help answer some of the biggest questions you have right now.
General Motors To Deliver Ventilators To Chicago HospitalsGeneral motors is one of several companies switching gears to produce life-saving equipment during the pandemic.
Over 141,000 People File Unemployment Claims In Illinois For Week Of April 6, Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe U.S.Department of Labor estimates 141,049 new unemployment claims were filed during the week of April 6 in Illinois.