The club had to cancel group runs, so they decided to start a contest to encourage others to get active on their own.
City Of Aurora Hosts Pop Up Food Pantry To Help HundredsA food pantry pop up in Aurora provided meals to hundreds of people.
More Than 58,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last WeekWhile there was some slight improvement in the latest unemployment figures in Illinois, the situation is still dire.
SUV Flips Over On Side In Sheridan ParkThe incident took place near Magnolia and Gunnison on the North Side.
Thunderstorms, Scattered Showers AheadCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Career Coach: Acing A Remote Job InterviewHiring managers are working from home, which means the entire interview process, including the final interview is held remotely.
Charges Pending Against 4 Teens, 1 Man Involved In Red Line AttackCharges are pending for four teen boys and a man police said were involved in two violent robberies on the Red Line.
Different Suburbs Have Different Plans For Their Public Pools, Splash PadsThe staff at the Centennial Aquatic Center in Orland Park was getting the pool ready this week – even though the public water park was empty.
Two Local Churches Appeal To Supreme Court To ReopenThey are now taking their case against Illinois Governor JB Pritzker to the Supreme Court.
With Illinois Moving To Next Phase Of Reopening Soon, Steri-Clean Disinfecting Company Sees Surge In BusinessMany Illinois business will re-open their doors Friday morning, and some are scrambling to disinfect every crack and crevice before employees return.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Reopening Guidelines For Phase 3As the city of Chicago prepares to move to the next phase of reopening the economy sometime in early June, Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office has announced guidelines for restaurants, child care, retailers, and other businesses. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Chicago Weather: Storms Approaching Chicago AreaCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
Flooding Turns Hoffman Estates Park Into A Fishing PondA neighborhood park in Hoffman Estates has turned into a large fishing pond.
'Paradise 4 Paws' Offering Daycare, Overnight Stays For PetsTogether, they've been able to save 38 animals so far.
8 People Displaced After Fire In EnglewoodA fire broke out in the 7200 block of South Carpenter Street shortly after 5 p.m. at a two-story building.
CBS 2's Irika Sargent Co-Hosting 'The Talk' On CBS WednesdayA familiar face will join "The Talk" on Wednesday.
5-Year-Old Girl, 2 Teens Injured In Shooting Outside South Side Public Housing ComplexA 5-year-old and two teens were injured when shots were fired outside Chicago's Wentworth Gardens Public Housing Complex Tuesday night.
Employers Could Mandate Heath Checks As Businesses Open, Attorney SaysCBS 2 is looked into the legal do's and don'ts of returning to work in the wake of COVID-19 as businesses gradually begin to reopen in Illinois.
As Contact Tracing Efforts Ramp Up, So Do Training Courses For Those Seeking Jobs In The IndustryCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas is working to see what it's all about, so he took the course as well.
Food Pantries See Surge In Demand As Pandemic Hammers EconomyCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes us inside a church filled with people looking for produce, not prayer.
Heat, Humidity Continue; Storms Approaching AreaCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest forecast.
City Ramping Up Contact Tracing Efforts; Free Online Contact Tracing Course AvailableOn Tuesday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot will lay out the city's plan to ramp up contact tracing efforts for COVID-19 cases in Chicago.
Jobs Lost During Pandemic May Not Come Back; Here Are Companies Hiring In Chicago Area, SuburbsBut for every 10 layoffs, three new jobs are created. CBS 2 is still tracking new openings in the Chicago area.
Police Investigating Shooting On Bishop Ford; Lanes Closed Near Dolton AvenuePolice are investigating a possible shooting incident.
Dental Hygienists Say They're Worried About COVID-19 ExposureOne hygienist told CBS 2 she is worried about cleanings leading to the spread of COVID-19 as offices reopen.