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Nurse Says Safety Is Inadequate At His HospitalGerald Soukal works at Advocate Trinity Hospital in Calumet Heights, and is worried about the hospital's procedures during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Illinois Announces 1,105 New Coronavirus CasesGov. JB Pritzker also reports Illinois has ramped up its COVID-19 testing.
Personal Trainer Makes In-Home Obstacle Course To Keep Daughter Active During Stay-At-Home OrderChicago personal trainer Brian McCabe found a unique way to keep his 3-year-old daughter Ayaana active during the stay-at-home order -- have her do an obstacle course in the house. After seeing McCabe's post on his Facebook page, several neighbors were inspired to create obstacle courses for their own kids.
Chicago School Teacher Keeps Students Moving At Home With 'Bean Bag Boogie'A pre-kindergarten teacher is keeping her students active during the stay-at-home order in Illinois.
With Gold Trading High Jeweler Sees More People Cashing In CollectionsWith many out of work amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some people are looking at their unwanted gold jewelry as a way to make money.
High Winds Could Pose Risk To Tents Set Up Outside Area Hospitals To Treat COVID-19 PatientsThe Chicago area is under a high wind advisory, and that could be a major problem for hospitals using medical tents as they fight COVID-19.
Chicago Area Weather: Wind Advisory In Northern Illinois, Northwest IndianaA wind advisory is in place for Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana until Sunday evening.
RealTime Weather: Severe Storm Chances DiminishedCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis says there's still a window of opportunity for strong storms to ramp up, although the threat of severe weather has diminished.
More Social Distancing Efforts Coming To Illinois GroceriesGov. JB Pritzker has outlined new measures to help protect grocery shoppers and clerks from the spread of COVID-19. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
High Winds Could Threaten Medical Tents Set Up By Hospitals For COVID-19 OutbreakMedical workers have enough on their hands battling COVID-19, but with severe weather possible Saturday night, and strong winds expected on Sunday, it’s making an uphill battle even more difficult. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Olympic Volleyball Player Jeff Jendryk Looking To Train At Home In WheatonFormer Loyola volleyball star Jeff Jendryk has been playing professionally in Germany getting ready to play with Team USA in the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Coronavirus Testing Site In Dunning Open To People Over 60 With SymptomsA coronavirus testing site in Chicago's Dunning neighborhood is the first one open to the public, Chicago Fire officials say.
RealTime Weather: Tracking Strong Storms Headed Toward ChicagoCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest look at the possibility of severe weather for the Chicago area this evening.
Infant Latest To Die From COVID-19An infant and a state employee at the Department of Human Services were among the fatalities announced Saturday.
Another Chance Church In Roseland Seeking Donations To Help Feed 1,000 Families For A MonthA church in the Roseland neighborhood is asking for help getting food and supplies to those who can’t get outside because of the coronavirus pandemic.
RealTime Weather: Strong Storms Approaching, Severe Weather Likely TonightCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, March 28, 2020, as severe storms are expected to arrive in the Chicago area by this evening.
Dangerous Weather Possible This Evening; Winds, Hail, Tornadoes All ThreatsCBS 2 Meteorologist has a look at the severe weather chances for today through tonight.
Illinois Stay-At-Home Order To Be Enforced Throughout WeekendThe current statewide stay-at-home order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus applies to our roads, too.
Chicago Weather: Threat Of Severe Storms, Possible TornadoesCBS 2's Ed Currant has your RealTime forcast for Saturday, March 28.
Chicago Weather: Potential Severe Storms TodayCBS 2's Ed Curran has your RealTine forecast for Saturday, March 28
Chicago Weather: Severe Storms Could Bring Hail, Heavy DownpoursCBS 2 Meteorologit Robb Ellis has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, March 27, 2020.
Inmates Likely To Compete For Resources During Spread Of COVID-19As cases of COVID-19 spread through prisons, medical resources you or a loved one might need at your local hospitals will be up for grabs.
Crime Numbers Have Dropped During Stay-At-Home Order But Activist Fears It Won't LastAs coronavirus cases increase, crime numbers in Chicago are decreasing. The COVID-19 pandemic is keeping people at home, and that's curbing significant crimes.
Abbott Labs Has New Rapid Test For COVID-19The FDA approved a new rapid test developed by Abbott that can deliver results in five minutes. The ID Now tests will be available next week.