A Metra train hit a car, causing the car to hit a person on the Southwest Side.
Champro Sports In Wheeling Now Making MasksThe company is pressing and cuting the fabric, much of which is donated bed sheets from local hotels and of course sanitized first.
Roland Community Hospital Starts Drive-Thru COVID-19 TestingCOVID-19 testing continues on Chicago's South Side.
14-Year-Old Gets Surprise Birthday Celebration in South LoopThe 14-year-old got a fun surprise on her birthday from her South Loop neighbors.
Azul 3D Printing In Skokie Using 3D Technology To Make Face ShieldsThe 3D printed part of the shield is the blue the headband. The shield part is a sterilized plastic. The company is now producing in bulk.
Warm, Sunny Day; Showers On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
How Does Soap Destroy Viruses? A Scientific ExplanationYou’re already well familiar with this admonition, of course: wash your hands – it’s the best defense against COVID-19.
Champro Sports In Wheeling Now Making MasksChampro Sports in Wheeling usually makes sporting equipments and uniforms. They just started making masks this week.
Colleges Will Be More Flexible With Admissions During COVID-19 Pandemic, Expert SaysAs schools across Illinois switch over to e-learning, parents and students alike are wondering how the change might affect grade point averages and college admissions.
Small Businesses Can Now Start Applying For Federal Government HelpWhether it's the city or the federal government loan program, the majority of the money small businesses receive must be dedicated to payroll.
4-Year-Old Found Dead In Thorton; Police Believe He Was Playing With GunPolice believe he accidentally shot himself while playing with a gun.
Illinois Unemployment Claims Surge To Over 178,000, For Week Of March 23The claims filed in Illinois are among a record 6.6 million claims filed last week in the U.S. The Department of Labor's report referenced layoffs in Illinois including in the accommodation and food services, health care and social assistance and manufacturing industries.
Amphibious Medics Using Industrial Thermometers To Screen Construction Workers For COVID-19A medical company is screening more than 100 construction workers a day for COVID-19, but Amphibious Medics is using thermometers meant to take the temperature of air vents, not people.
Warmup On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
9-Year-Old Gets Surprise Birthday Parade In BarringtonCommunities are finding clever and safe ways to make a child feel loved on their special day.
NICU2Home App Allows Parents To Virtually Visit Their Babies During Coronavirus PandemicHospitals all across the country are limiting visitation to prevent the spread of COVID-19. One app used by Northwestern's Prentice Women's Hospital is giving new parents peace of mind.
2 African Lions Are Brookfield Zoo's Newest ResidentsThe African Lions named Brutus and Titus arrived from a zoo in Utah on Saint Patrick's Day.
With Ridership Down 82% During Coronavirus Pandemic, Why Is CTA Running On Normal Schedule?The Chicago Transit Authority told CBS 2 that overall ridership is down 82 percent – a drop from 68 percent overall ridership two weeks ago – in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
'What Is To Come?': ER Nurse Shares Experience Of Working In UIC Forward Triage TentHealth care workers on the front lines of COVID-19 are already preparing themselves for the large amount of patients they could be treating in the coming weeks.
State Investigating Hundreds Of Price Gouging Complaints, But Some High Prices At Stores Are LegalThe Illinois Attorney General's office has received more than 900 complaints about price gouging during the past couple weeks.
Here Are Some Of The Companies That Are HiringThe COVID-19 outbreak is sparking a hiring spree for more than half a million jobs at the nation’s biggest retailers. Some are hiring fast to meet demand.
Two drivers are dead after their SUVs collided on I-80 in Oak Forest. The incident took place between I-57 and Cicero around 11:30 p.m.
Mild Day Ahead, Warmup AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Chicago Man Stuck In Peru For Weeks Amid COVID-19 PandemicA business owner and father of two, Rios, has been trying to get back home for weeks. The COVID-19 outbreak has made the two hour ride to the airport and flight to Chicago a difficult journey.
Chicago Homeless Population Living In Encampments At Risk For COVID-19One of the city's most vulnerable populations hasn't had the option of social distancing.