Loved Ones Bid Farewell To Archbishop Lucius Hall, Who Died In April After Contracting COVID-19Loved ones on Saturday bid a fond farewell to a Chicago legend – Archbishop Lucius Hall.
Illinois Reports 634 New COVID-19 Cases, 45 More DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Saturday announced 634 new cases of COVID-19, and 45 more deaths.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 44 More COVID-19 Deaths, 692 New Confirmed CasesAccording to the Illinois Department of Public Health, there have been 135,470 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in 101 counties since the start of the pandemic, including 6,580 deaths.
Youth Baseball Practice Looks Different During Pandemic, But In Deerfield, All Agree It's 'Going Great'The CBS 2 Morning Insiders headed to Deerfield to find out what a baseball practice looks like in the COVID era.
Bulls Head Physician Dr. Brian Cole On How Safe It Really Is For Sports To ReturnCBS 2's Matt Zahn spoke with Bulls head physician Dr. Brian Cole, who's also Managing Partner at Midwest Orthapaedics at Rush Hospital, about how safe it really is for sports to return.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 593 New COVID-19 Cases, 55 More DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health said the state has had 134,778 confirmed COVID-19 cases in 101 counties since the start of the pandemic, including 6,537 deaths.
Chicago Dentist Accused By FDA Of Peddling Illegal At-Home COVID-19 Antibody Testing KitsA Chicago dentist’s office is among three companies accused of peddling illegal at-home coronavirus antibody testing kits.
City, State Measures To Protect Tenants Affected By Pandemic From Evictions Are Insufficient, Advocates SayThe City of Chicago and the State of Illinois say they are protecting renters who were financially crushed by the coronavirus shutdown – but some say it’s not enough.
Riot Fest Canceled For This Year, Puts Tickets On Sale For 2021 More Than A Year In AdvanceRiot Fest announced this week that it is canceling its 2020 festival. But it presented the cancellation as a “move” to next year.
Illinois Reports 546 New COVID-19 Cases, 87 New DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Wednesday announced 546 new cases of COVID-19, and 87 new deaths.
With COVID-19 A Concern, Housing Options Are Limited For Many Chicago Area College StudentsColleges are debating how they can safely house students in the middle of a pandemic.
Mercury Theater On Southport Avenue Going Out Of Business Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe Mercury Theater on Southport Avenue is going out of business due to a loss of revenues from the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 623 New COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health said the state has had 133,639 confirmed COVID-19 cases in 101 counties since the start of the pandemic, including 6,398 deaths.
Optometrists Take Numerous Precautions To Ensure Eye Exams Are Safe During COVID-19 PandemicYou’ve been social distancing for months, so how safe is it to get up close and personal with your optometrist?
Chicago Bars To Reopen For Outdoor Service Wednesday, Lakefront Trail On Monday, June 22Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday that the City of Chicago will allow bars and breweries to reopen for outdoor service this coming Wednesday, June 17, and the Lakefront Trail will follow Monday, June 22.