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Pet Owners Encouraged To Create Pet Emergency PlanIt's time to get an emergency plan in place for your pets. 
Keshet Helping People With Special Needs Adjust To Life During PandemicOne local organization has found a solution. Keshet, local non profit serving people with special needs, has taken its  programming online.
Crews Responding To Maywood House FireA fire broke out a house in Maywood Wednesday morning. 
Rush Surgeon Steps Up For Cancer Patient Undergoing Scan Alone Due To Social Distancing RulesEven though doctors are swamped fighting coronavirus,  they're still going above and beyond to make sure every patient is taken care of.
With Holy Days On The Horizon For Christians, Jews, And Muslims, COVID-19 Pandemic Forces Shifts In WorshipCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us how COVID-19 is changing the holy holidays.
Cooler Days, Rain AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Gas Station Adds Online Order Option On Grub Hub To Boost Revenue, Keep EmployeesWith major job losses, local businesses are innovating to stay alive and keep people employed. Specifically, a gas station on Grub Hub. 
Severe Thunderstorm, Hail Leaves Behind Damage In EvanstonSevere thunderstorms swept through the Chicago area Tuesday night. Some homeowners are facing repairs and big clean-ups this morning.
Quarantine Karaoke: Oak Park Neighbors Tweak Popular Song Lyrics To Have Fun While Staying Home For COVID-19CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory shares their musical medicine.
Tips For Working RemotelyHaving a morning routine, setting ground rules and taking a break are all ways to help yourself adjust to working from home.
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.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Teams Up With Athletes For 'We Are Not Playing' CampaignThe Cubs were supposed to welcome fans back to Wrigley Field last Monday, instead they're teaming up with the Mayor Lori Lightfoot and all of the city's other pro sports teams to keep Chicagoans safe.
Man Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park, Girlfriend In CustodyA woman is in custody, after a man was stabbed to death late Sunday night in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. Katie Johnston reports.

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