Families Of Healthcare Workers Worried About Lack Of Safety Gear In HospitalsIn the fight against COVID-19, hospitals across the U.S. are running out of protective masks.
Chicago Weather: Will Warmer Temperatures Have An Effect On Coronavirus?The answer is...maybe.
Coronavirus In Chicago: How CBS 2 Is Telling The Story With 'Social Distancing' In And Out Of Our Newsroom
DePaul Faculty Member Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Chicago Public Library Lincoln Park Branch, AMITA Sage Medical Group Closed For CleaningA DePaul faculty member has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Concerns Grow Among Firefighters After CFD Paramedic Tests Positive For CoronavirusAt least one Chicago firefighter is refusing to go on call Wednesday morning amid growing concerns about the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Chicago: ComEd Won't Disconnect Service During COVID-19 OutbreakComEd will help customers struggling to pay their bill during the novel coronavirus outbreak by imposing a moratorium on service disconnections and waiving new late payment charges.
Anti-Cruelty Society Seeking Foster Homes For Pets Of People Impacted By CoronavirusChicago's Anti-Cruelty Society is seeking over 100 pet-friendly homes to foster animals as shelters prepare for pets of people impacted by the coronavirus.
18 Park District Locations To Provide Free Programming While Chicago Schools Are ClosedStarting Tuesday, 18 Chicago Park District locations will provide free programming to students while Chicago Public Schools are closed.
Parents Of 2 Million Illinois Students Scramble For Childcare Due To ClosuresThe State Board of Education is working with schools and food banks to deliver meals to low income families.
Coronavirus Concerns: While 'Large Gatherings' Are Banned, Chicago St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawls Are OnWith all large events banned to stop the spread of the coronavirus--no St. Patrick's Day parade, no green river--how are the parties and crawls planned for tomorrow still on?
Coronavirus Testing: Some Answers To Common Questions About COVID-19As the coronavirus continues to spread, there are a lot of questions about testing: how many are available, how many people have been tested in Illinois, and who should get tested, for starters.
Chicago Police Officers Concerned About A Lack Of Coronavirus Fighting Supplies In The Line Of DutyAs officials take precautions and urge social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic, some first responders are saying, “What about us?”
Hinsdale Central, Hinsdale South Latest Among Schools Impacted By Coronavirus ConcernsThis comes as schools and universities all over the Chicago area take safety measures.
Bulls Players Have Mixed Feelings About Possibility Of Playing Games In Empty Arenas
Local Schools Take Precautions Amid Coronavirus ConcernsAll elementary schools in the Lombard school district are closed Wednesday.