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CreatiVets Offers Free Online Art, Music Classes To VeteransThe free programs offered allows veterans to virtually take art and music classes amid stay-at-home orders.
Local Runners' Routes Spells Out 'Fight COVID-19,' 'Isolate'The club had to cancel group runs, so they decided to start a contest to encourage others to get active on their own.
Crews Working Around The Clock To Get Sherman Hospital In Elgin Ready For PatientsThe goal is to have the hospital operational by April 24.
Warm Temperatures, Storms On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Crews Responding To Level 2 Hazmat At Building In South LoopEmergency crews are responding to a Level 2 Hazmat situation in the South Loop.
'Keep Your Droplets To Yourself': Will County Couple Reminds Public With Original SongA couple in Will County created a song to help stop the spread of coronavirus. 
Spring Allergy Symptoms Can Look Like COVID-19 Symptoms; Here's The DifferenceEveryone is keeping a close eye on their health, and while we're all watching for COVID-19, spring is also bringing allergies.
Alarming Claims Say Doctors Are Stashing Hydroxycholoroquine, Touted By Some To Help COVID-19 FightAlarming claims have surfaced from a top medical group that doctors are over-prescribing and stashing away the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine.
Closed To Public, Brookfield Zoo Seeking Financial Help Amid COVID-19 Pandemic; 'How Do We Survive As An Institution?'The weather's finally getting warmer, and places like Brookfield Zoo would be packed on a beautiful spring day, but like much of the world, it will remain a virtual ghost town, other than the animals of course, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Federal Judge Will Hear Arguments About Cook County Inmate ReleaseThe fight to release medically vulnerable inmates at the Cook County Jail goes to federal court begins Tuesday.
Stay At Home Silver Linings: Finding The Bright Side Of The Battle Against COVID-19CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks for the small positives during this pandemic.
Furloughed, Laid Off Workers Now Face Difficult Financial ChoicesMost financial experts agree that you need to focus on the essentials first, the bills that keep the household running.
As Many Struggle To File For Unemployment, CBS 2 Takes Questions To StateOn Monday night, CBS 2’s Tara Molina took some out-of-work employees’ questions to the State of Illinois.
Overnight Thunder, Unseasonably Warm TuesdayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Monday, April 6, 2020.
Documents Make Extraordinary Claims About Supplement's Effects On COVID-19A concerned viewer tipped the CBS 2 Investigators about some unbelievable treatment claims being made for a powdered supplement Called IF-200. CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
An Expert On Why Chicago's African-American Communities Are Being Hit Hard By COVID-19Some 70 percent of those who have died of COVID-19 have been African-American. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Claims Mount That Doctors Are Hoarding HydroxychloroquineThe drug is touted as possibly helping the fight against COVID-19, but those claims are not proven. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
BMW Championship Pushed Back One Week, Plan Is To Have SpectatorsThe PGA Tour has been busy trying to rework the golf schedule in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, and the consequence is that golf’s major championships will look quite different this year.
Emergency Physicians' Wives Set Up Meal Train For COVID-19 HeroesTwo emergency physicians' wives used their personal motivation to bring happiness through food for COVID-19 heroes. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Paycheck Protection Program Could Be Life Saver For Small BusinessesBillions of dollars in small business loans have already been dished out, just three days after the federal government launched its Paycheck Protection Program. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Medline Transitions Operation To Sterilizing N95 MasksFrank Czajka, president of Medline ReNewal, joins CBS 2's Irika Sargent to talk about the program.
A Woman Loses Her 'Best Friend, Her Mother, To COVID-19An elderly woman was supposed to be at a rehabilitation facility for 30 days. Instead, she died in a west suburban facility of the coronavirus. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has her story.
Doctors In New York Report Seeing More Younger COVID-19 PatientsWe hear stories every day about the need for personal protective equipment, and how the coronavirus doesn’t just affect the elderly. CBS News’ David Begnaud had the chance to go behind closed doors at a Brooklyn hospital that is overwhelmed with patients.
Mayor Lightfoot Criticized For Getting HaircutA stylist posted a photo of Mayor Lightfoot after the mayor got a haircut, and some say it sets a poor example for social distancing. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

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