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PACE Bus Barrier Installation Starts This WeekendBarriers will be installed on PACE busses to protect driver from COVID-19.
Cooler Temperatures, Rain On The WayCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Gov. JB Pritzker Advises Organizers To Cancel Summer EventsPrizker believes in order to overcome the coronavirus, it may mean sacrificing summer events.
Second Cook County Inmate Dies Of COVID-19The second death comes as a judge denies the mass release of inmates.
'Windy City Takeout Project' Connects Local Restaurants Going Virtual With PhotographersIllinois restaurants have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The major move for restaurants is to go virtual. 
'I Love Local' Campaign Kicks Off Saturday To Encourage Buying From Local BusinessesSmall businesses make up 99% percent of all business in Illinois, according to the Small Business Administration.
Evictions Could Be Delayed For Months As Renters Struggle To Stay On Their Feet During Coronavirus PandemicCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory explains how quickly landlords can move to kick you out.
14-Year-Old Grazed By Bullet While Inside Home In HarveyOne of the bullets entered a nearby home and hit the 14-year-old. The teen is being treated at a local hospital. 
2 CPD Officers Injured In Crash In EnglewoodPolice said the two officers were in large marked squad cars, when they were hit by a driver in a stolen Nissan.
Real Estate Market Struggling During COVID-19 Pandemic, With Ban On Open HousesCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas has learned the struggling market has even resulted in some furloughs.
Cook County Medical Examiner To Open 'Surge Center' For Up To 2,000 Bodies During Coronavirus PandemicCook County has acquired a 66,000-square-foot refrigerated warehouse to use as a "surge center" for the Cook County Medical Examiner's office. The facility will be able to hold more than 2,000 bodies to ease overcrowding at the morgue during the COVID-19 crisis. (Source: Cook County Medical Examiner's Office)
‘Bring Out The Creative’ Giving Artists Free Space To PerformThe non profit is allowing people to perform virtually to a live audience.
Cold Temperatures, High Winds, Rain And Snow PossibleCBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest forecast.
Companies Announce Hiring Plans In Chicago Area; See Who's HiringAs unemployment claims rise, there are companies hiring in the Chicago area. 
Police Share Photos Of Vehicle Wanted In Woodlawn Hit-And-RunSurveillance photos show a dark colored vehicle with possible damage to the front.
Physician Expecting Baby Take Maternity Photos In PPEBeing on the front line is stressful, especially when adding a pregnancy. With a baby due in less than two weeks, a maternal-fetal medical physician and an emergency medicine physician still wanted to take maternity photos wearing their PPE leftover from educational exercises.
Amid Coronavirus Shutdown, Skills For Chicagoland's Future Helping People Find Jobs At Essential BusinessesCBS 2 Morning insider Tim McNicholas takes us inside one organization working to get people back to work.
With Races Shut Down Due To COVID-19 Crisis, Running Industry Racing Against The Clock To Pay BillsSpringtime is popular for 5Ks and other athletic events that many sports-related businesses rely on. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks at how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the $2 billion dollar "endurance industry."
Many Laid Off Workers Still Having Trouble Applying For UnemploymentAnother round of new unemployment claims will be released by the government Thursday morning. 
Bars, Stores Already Receiving Citations For Not Following Social DistancingAs the city tries to prevent groups from gathering, the mayor says a big issue has been people loitering outside stores that sell liquor.
2 Injured After Gun Accidentally Discharged Near Belmont CTA StationAn active police investigation is underway, causing Red and Brown Line delays. Trains will not be stopped at Belmont.
Coronavirus Can Prompt Concern About Shared Child Custodyhe COVID-19 pandemic is creating challenges for many parents, but for those divorced with children it can be even more complicated.
Hail Damages Windshields, Cars In Northern SuburbsTuesday night's storm left behind damage in Evanston. Many residents now have to clean up and repair their damaged cars and windows.
Anything Is Pawzible: Local Business Moves Dog Training OnlineLots of businesses have gone virtual, but this one is a bit more unusual.

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