For Grads A Cloudy Job Market Has A Silver LiningCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on what recent college grads can look forward to as employers reset in the era of COVID-19.
New Labor Laws Go Into Effect In JulyThe city of Chicago is hosting webinars to get people up to speed on their rights.
Lake County Indiana Reopens For BusinessCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on precautions being taken by business owners and customers who have to adjust to COVID-19 prevention requirements.
Vietnamese Immigrant Vows To Recapture American Dream After COVID-19 'Everything Will Be OK'A man who fled Vietnam and who later had to close his Chicago restaurant because of COVID-19 is disappointed for what happened, but is optimistic about his future. CBS 2's Marissa Para has his story.
Village Of Hinsdale Plans To Close Streets For Outdoor DiningThe Village of Hinsdale is taking to the streets to help local restaurants and small businesses hit hard by COVID-19 in the next phase of Illinois reopening. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Potbelly Considering Closing 100 StoresSales at the Chicago-based sandwich chain are down sharply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hyatt Hotels Laying Off 350 Chicago WorkersHyatt Hotels are laying off 350 workers in Chicago alone, all while passing out thousands of free vacations to essential workers in New York City.
City To Require Food Delivery Apps To Disclose FeesStarting later this month, food delivery apps like Grubhub and DoorDash will have to provide customers with an itemized list of all fees they charge to restaurants in Chicago. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Dilemma For Ranchers During COVID-19 PandemicFor ranchers, cattle prices have dropped a third in two months as prices for consumers hit new highs. CBS News’ Janet Shamlian reports.
Hair Salons To Reopen In Indiana With Lots Of ChangesHair salons reopen in Indiana on Monday, but don’t expect an experience like you had before the pandemic.
No Easy Answers For Those Waiting For Unemployment BenefitsGov. JB Pritzker continues defending the state's unemployment system. But the cries for help appear to be getting louder. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Push For Change In Illinois Law So Bars Can Sell Pre-Mixed Cocktails For Takeout, DeliveryShaken or stirred, your favorite cocktail could be a Chicago bar’s make or break. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
United Airlines Walks Back Plan To Make Full-Time Employees Go Part-TimeThe company blinked after the union representing 27,000 fleet service workers and passenger service agents filed a lawsuit on Tuesday.
Marijuana Business Booming In Illinois Amid PandemicAt a time when most businesses are at a standstill, the recreational weed business in the state is booming.
Cinco De Mayo Festivities Cancelled Because Of COVID-19CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports streets of Little Village that would normally be filled with people celebrating Cinco de Mayo are empty, thanks to COVID-19.
Amazon Prime Customers Say They're Not Getting What They Paid ForAmazon Prime are angry they’re paying for a service they say they aren’t receiving right now. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
What Rights Do Workers Have If They Feel Unsafe Returning?People are collecting paychecks while working safely from home – and they want to make sure they are just as safe when it’s time to return. CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports on what employees can expect.
Sip Of Hope Coffee Shop Launches Campaign To ReopenThe Logan Square coffee shop is dedicated to promoting mental health.
How To Enforce The Mask MandateCBS 2's Chris Tye reports on what business owners and patrons have to do if they need to wear masks.
What Happens If You Violate The Mask Mandate?CBS 2 's Chris Tye on what the governor's new mask policy and what are the penalties for not wearing a mask in public?
Cicero Turbine Maker Received PPP Funds Despite Not Having Financial TroubleA CBS 2 investigation recently uncovered a west suburban company that received funds from the Paycheck Protection Program to help small businesses during the pandemic – though Broadwind Energy has not felt a financial pinch. CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports.
Odd Obsession Movies Closes Amid Pandemic, Other IssuesThe film buff favorite in Bucktown is one of Chicago's last remaining video stores.
Chicago Delivers Brings Food And Hope To Those Shut In By COVID-19CBS 2's Jim Williams reports on a volunteer program bringing food to people who can't get out because of COVID-19.
The Double Hit Of Suddenly Not Having Income Or Health InsuranceCBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports on the predicament many in Illinois are facing as they lose their jobs because of COVID-19.