Interim Chicago Police Supt. Charlie Beck says, in the wake of a string of high-profile acts of violence on the CTA, Chicago police are adding "additional resources" to the public transit system, including SWAT officers deployed to train lines.

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Cook County Medical Examiner To Open 'Surge Center' For Up To 2,000 Bodies During Coronavirus PandemicCook County has acquired a 66,000-square-foot refrigerated warehouse to use as a "surge center" for the Cook County Medical Examiner's office. The facility will be able to hold more than 2,000 bodies to ease overcrowding at the morgue during the COVID-19 crisis. (Source: Cook County Medical Examiner's Office)
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Many Laid Off Workers Still Having Trouble Applying For UnemploymentAnother round of new unemployment claims will be released by the government Thursday morning. 
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2 Injured After Gun Accidentally Discharged Near Belmont CTA StationAn active police investigation is underway, causing Red and Brown Line delays. Trains will not be stopped at Belmont.
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Pastor Turns To Faith After Wife Dies Of COVID-19A Northwest Indiana pastor had his life shattered by COVID-19 when his wife died. But as CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports, the reverend’s faith is still resilient.
Woman Complains About Construction During Stay-At-Home OrderPam Peterson says the construction on her Lake Shore Drive condo building is making her sick and should not be happening during a mandatory stay-at-home order.
Police Crack Down On Stay-At-Home Order ScofflawsMayor Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday announced a 9 p.m. curfew on liquor sales. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Man Shoved Onto CTA Tracks, Killed Identified As Ex-MarineMamdou Balde was killed on Tuesday at the Jackson Red Line stop.
Cook County Medical Examiner Gets Refrigerated WarehouseThe makeshift morgue could store 1,500 more potential bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medical Tents Arrive At Midway AirportThe Illinois Air National Guard flew in the tents, which will be headed to the McCormick Place alternate care facility for the battle against COVID-19. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Can Domestic Cats Catch COVID-19?Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the veterinary science community has been racing to answer how the virus affects animals. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
University Of Chicago Students Say They Won't Pay Tuition Unless It's Slashed In Half Due To COVID-19 CrisisUniversity of Chicago students say they won't pay their tuition unless the administration slashes it in half. 
Crime Data Shows Coronavirus Pandemic Isn't Slowing Violence Across ChicagoThe coronavirus pandemic is not only straining resources in Chicago hospitals but also on the streets. Despite the stay-at-home order, police responded to 19 shootings Tuesday night, six of which were homicides. 
Aramark Worker Fears She Could Lose Unemployment For Turning Down AssignmentThe woman is afraid she will get kicked off unemployment because she refused a job that she feared could put her health in danger. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Sounds Like Love From HomeCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports on a family from Munster, Indiana whose patriarch is suffering from COVID-19 and what they're doing to make sure he's not completely alone during the crisis.
How Black-Owned Businesses Are Hit Hard By COVID-19CBS 2's Jim Williams reports on a fund set up to help those who have lost their jobs because of COVID-19.

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