Despite COVID-19 Fears, Those Out Of Work Are Finding New Ways To Earn A CheckCBS 2's Steven Graves reports some who are suddenly finding themselves out of work are now finding new ways to make money.
How One Restaurant Is Adapting To Coronavirus ClosureTopo Gigio in Old Town is pivoting to takeout and delivery for the first time. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Restaurant, Bar Owners Look Toward Unknown As Closure LoomsAll restaurants and bars must close their dining rooms by 9 p.m. due to the coronavirus outbreak. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Store Shelves Remain Empty Amid COVID-19 FearsCBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports store managers are concerned about panic buying as people stock up on essentials because of the coronavirus.
Restaurateurs Worry About Coronavirus ShutdownGov. JB Pritzker announced Sunday that all Illinois restaurants and bars must close by end of business Monday amid the coronavirus outbreak. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Business Owners Worry About Impact Of Restaurant, Bar ClosureGov. Pritzker announced that all restaurants and bars in Illinois will be closed starting Monday night amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
How The Coronavirus Is Hitting Local CharitiesCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on how charities are coping since they have to cancel fundraisers because of coronavirus concerns.
Shoppers Clean Out Store Shelves Over Coronavirus FearsCBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports local shoppers are now being limited to the number of items they can buy because shortages are everywhere due to coronavirus concerns
GrubHub Suspends Commissions It Charges Restaurants Amid Coronavirus ConcernsGrubhub will suspend the collection of up to $100 million in commissions it charges to independent restaurants who use its platform for food delivery, in order to help them offset lost business from worries about the coronavirus.
Concerns Over Child CareMillions of parents nationwide count on *child care* to keep their kids safe and happy. But a new report says not enough families have access to the quality care they need.
Dick's Sporting Good To Close Hunting DepartmentsThe sporting goods chain said it will close the hunting department and will take guns off store shelves.
Boston CVS Worker Who Came To Chicago Suburbs Tests Positive For COVID-19CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports a tip led to finding out that a CVS worker from Massachusetts visited company offices in suburban Chicago and was later confirmed to have the coronavirus.
United Airlines CEO And President Won't Take Salaries Until JuneExpecting a record loss in the first quarter of 2020 due in part to the novel coronavirus, United Airlines says its CEO and president won't be taking a paycheck through June.
As Art Van Files For Bankruptcy, Customer Complains He Never Got FurnitureMichael Vaccarella financed some furniture from Art Van, but never got it and says he is now left with a store credit as the only option he's being offered. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Will Willis Tower Change Names Again?The former Sears Tower became the Willis Tower in 2009, but now Aon is buying Willis.
Dilemmas At Daycare Centers As They Try To Ward Off COVID-19CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports a Calumet City daycare is not taking any chances when it comes to preventing its children and staff against the coronavirus.
Dramatic Dow PlungeCBS News' Naoimi Ruchim reports on the devastating Dow plunge that took place Monday morning as markets fluctuate with concerns of the cornavirus.
How The Coronavirus Is Affecting Air TravlersCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports flyers need to read the fine print when it comes to cancellations and fee waivers as more people make unexpected itinerary changes because of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Concerns Force Cancellation Of Another Chicago ConventionCBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports union workers and those with the hotel industry wonder when fears of the coronavirus will subside, as many conventions and convention goers cancel their plans for Chicago.
Some Complain About Soaring Prices Amid Coronavirus ScareAs people head to stores and online to pick up supplies, some are complaining about soaring prices.
The Effects Of Coronavirus On One West Suburban CompanyHome goods company Honey-Can-Do is based in west suburban Berkeley, but does some business in China. As CBS 2's Tara Molina reports, the coronavirus is affecting the company in many ways.
Tens Of Millions Lost To Chicago Businesses Amid Coronavirus ConcernsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports there are ripple effects coming from cancellations stemming from coronavirus fears.
Petition Asks Airlines To Allow Parents To Sit With Their ChildrenFlying with a child can be a real challenge, and even just sitting together can be complicated and costly. As CBS News' Michael George reports, a new petition is calling on three major airlines to allow parents to be seated with their children at no extra charge.
Chicago Convention Organizers Expect Attendance Drop Because Of CoronavirusCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports local and international events scheduled at Chicago's McCormick Place are expecting a drop in attendance because of coronavirus concerns.