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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.
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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. 
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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.
McDonald's Donating 1 Million N95 Respirator Masks To First Responders, Health Care WorkersChicago-based McDonald's is donating 750,000 N95 respirator face masks to Chicago for healthcare workers and first responders.
Teachers In Des Plaines Put On Parade To Let Students Know They Miss ThemThe teachers took to the streets to wave to their students who they have not seen in weeks. One student could not sleep she was so excited to see her teacher.
Rain On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Lakeview Pantry Among Food Banks In Need Of Donations, VolunteersWith millions of Americans out of work, the need at food banks has nearly doubled overnight.
Local Distilleries Teaming Up To Make Hand Sanitizer For First Responders; Here's How You Can HelpIn one day, Two Eagles Distillery in Mount Prospect gave nearly 1,000 bottles to first responders.
Itasca Church Gives Out Free Kits For Stained Glass Project Ahead Of EasterA church in Itasca is helping families prepare for Easter with stained glass projects.
With Schools Closed Due To COVID-19 Pandemic, Some Students Worry About Taking Advanced Placement Tests At HomeIf you or your child is taking the Advanced Placement exams this year, they will go on despite the COVID-19 outbreak.
Chicago Mayor 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.
Rapid COVD-19 Tests Available In Illinois Monday For Health Care Workers, First RespondersStarting Monday, rapid COVID-19 tests will be available in Illinois, but not everyone can get the tests. 

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