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Walmart To Limit Customers Nationwide After Two Evergreen Park Employees Die Of COVID-19 Walmart has announced national changes to help curb the spread of COVID-19. This comes less than a day after news broke of two employees who had worked at the Evergreen Park location died from the virus. 
Number Of COVID-19 Cases Has Topped 10,000 In IllinoisGov. JB Pritzker on Saturday again took issue with the federal government's response to the crisis. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Illinois Coronavirus Cases Surpass 10,000Gov. JB Pritzker, Illinois Public Heath Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike, and other state officials have an update on the Illinois coronavirus response, and how crucial state workers are being protected.
Small Businesses Try To Apply For Loan Assistance Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe United States Chamber of Commerce says a new poll shows nearly a quarter of small businesses say they can only survive two more months before they have to permanently close. 
Some Indiana Golf Courses Open As Illinois Golf Courses Stay ClosedGolf courses in Illinois may be closed, but they're open in Indiana. 
Illinois Children's Healthcare Foundation Matches Donations In Virtual Food DriveThe Illinois Broadcasters Uniting Against Hunger food drive is really picking up steam with yet another massive match opportunity. You can help double the impact of a new partner by donating. 
Walmart Making Changes After COVID-19 Claims Lives of 2 Evergreen Park WorkersTwo Evergreen Park Walmart employees are dead after contracting the coronavirus.
Chicago Weather: Chilly Saturday But Warmer Week AheadCBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the 8 a.m. forecast for Saturday, April 4, 2020.
The Chicago Steel Are Champions Even Without PlayoffsThe Chicago Steel had their historic season in the United States Hockey League cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic.  But they have been named regular season champs
Illinois Lags Behind In Payments To Independent ContractorsWhile most people are looking to file unemployment or just make some cash, many professionals are owed thousands of dollars for work already finished, and there is no check in the mail.
Loved Ones Worried About Shortage Of Protective Gear For First Responders Thursday the Chicago Police Department was hit with the news of an officer's death related to COVID-19, and now the wife of a sergeant says more needs to be done to protect the staff. 
2 Workers From Evergreen Park Walmart Die From COVID-19Two local Walmart employees are dead after contracting the coronavirus.
Ride Share Drivers Considered Essential But Stay-At-Home Order Has Crippled Their PayRide-share drivers are still considered essential, but the stay-at-home order has crippled their take home pay. 
Local Physician Remembers Her Father Who Died From COVID-19As the list of families touched by the coronavirus grows, a doctor whose father just died from the virus has some incredibly powerful advice and insight into what it's like to be kept from the hospital, never meeting the physicians, all while trying to help steer medical decisions to keep a loved one alive.
Convention Center Converted To COVID-19 Care CenterCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on the transformation at McCormick Place which is now set up to hold thousands of less-serious COVID-19 patients so as to not overwhelm hospitals with more critical patients.
Chicago Weather: First, A Little Rain Then Lots Of Sunshine This WeekendCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Medical Workers In Need Of Mobile Homes To Stay Near Loved OnesCBS 2's Marissa Parra reports on how a Facebook Group, RVs 4 MDs is helping healthcare workers stay close to their loved ones as they fight COVID-19.
CBS 2 Investigators: No Protective Gear For Officers At COVID-19 Testing SitesCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini looks into why officers who are near potential COVID-19 patients aren't wearing protective gear.
McCormick Place Turns Into COVID-19 CenterCBs 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on the transformation at the McCormick Place convention center into a space where medical professional can attend to COVID-19 patients without overwhelming hospitals.
Riley Is The PAWS Dog Of The WeekThe PAWS Dog of the Week is Riley. She's a one-year-old shepherd-boxer mix and a wonderful balance of a playful and sweet pup.
Champro Sports In Wheeling Now Making MasksThe company is pressing and cuting the fabric, much of which is donated bed sheets from local hotels and of course sanitized first.
Gorgeous Day Ahead, But Rain Coming TomorrowCBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest RealTime Weather forecast.
Police Thank People For Donations In Fight Against CoronavirusThank you; two simple words, but not necessarily enough to convey the gratitude people feel to the first responders during the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago police took the time Friday morning to express their appreciation for all the people helping them during the crisis. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.
Roland Community Hospital Starts Drive-Thru COVID-19 TestingCOVID-19 testing continues on Chicago's South Side. 

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