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.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces New Support For Small BusinessesLightfoot said Jewel-Osco made a $1 million donation to the Together Now Fund and will allow customers to make donations during checkout at area stores.
Illinois Now Offering Free COVID-19 Testing To Anyone Who Wants OneThe state is urging anyone who joined any of the rallies and protests in the past few days to get a free test. This is in an effort to guard a spike in cases. 
16-Year-Old Waits Hours In Heat, Rain To Get Drivers License; Long Lines Expected As DMV ReopensLines were out the door at the DMV in Lake Zurich this week. One 16-year-old had to wait hours to get her drivers license. 
How Could Contact Tracing Work For Those Who May Have Been Exposed To COVID-19 At Protests?CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas asked an expert about how contact tracing can work with the protests.
Chicago Police Officer Being Investigated After Making Obscene Gesture At ProtestersTwo men were arrested and three handguns were recovered after a crash in the Bronzeville neighborhood early Friday morning.
2 Men Arrested, 3 Guns Recovered After Crash In BronzevilleTwo men were arrested and three handguns were recovered after a crash in the Bronzeville neighborhood early Friday morning. 
Head Of Chicago Nonprofit C4 To Step Down After Probe Into Money Troubles, Late PaychecksCommunity Counseling Centers of Chicago is one of the city's largest and oldest mental health agencies. Several clinicians resigned in the past year after problems getting paid.
Chicago Weather: Humid Day With Storms Possible In The EveningCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Over 46,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois For Week Of May 25, Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere were 1,877,000 new claims filed across the country last week, a decrease of 249,000 from the previous week. The DOL says Illinois is one of the state's that saw this largest decreases in claims last week
Woman Killed In Crash Involving Police Vehicle Chasing Suspect Across CityA woman was killed in a crash involving a police vehicle chasing a suspect across the city.
Community Comes Together To Support South Shore Grocery Store Hit By LootersLocal Market Foods is the main source of fresh food for people in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood, and the community came together to protect it.
Timothy O’Donnell, Wearing Joker Mask, Charged With Torching Chicago Police Car During Weekend’s Protest ViolenceTimothy O’Donnell, disguised in a Joker mask but easily identifiable from a neck tattoo, set fire to a Chicago Police SUV in the Loop on Saturday and now faces federal charges for the damage, according to a criminal complaint released Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Career Coach: Tap Into Your Personal And Professional NetworkAre you thinking about changing job industries during this difficult time? 
A Look At Reopening Chicago Amid Pandemic, UnrestChicago is back open, at least as much as Phase 3 of the governor's reopen plan allows. But what does that really feel like?
1 Person Dead, 5 Injured, Suspect Arrested After Police Chase Across CityA man on the run led police on a chase across multiple expressways while stealing more than one car to get away.
Chicago Weather: Warm, Sunny Day AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the latest forecast.
Looted Small Businesses Seek Help From City, Neighborhood Chambers Of CommerceThe Mayor’s office is still working out the application process for a $10 million emergency relief fund for looted and vandalized businesses.
Tanker Fire On I-355 Near Downers Grove Shuts Down LanesA crash on I-355 led to a tanker truck fire Wednesday morning.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Travel Expert Says Airline Ticket Prices Expected To Rise More Than 50%Air travel is nowhere near what it was before the pandemic. But it has started to bounce back  slowly in what is normally a busy summer travel season.
As Chicago Enters Phase 3 Wednesday, Some Businesses Will Stay ClosedIt's been a long few months for businesses in Chicago. As many prepare to re-open Wednesday, others are choosing to keep their doors closed.
Crews Responding To Tanker Fire On I-355According to Chicago Fire officials, the truck was carrying propane.
Some Bridges Opening To Traffic DowntownSome of the bridges, that were up due to protests throughout the downtown area, are now back open. 
Divvy Bike Stations Reopen WednesdayDivvy bike stations are set to reopen Wednesday throughout the city. 

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