In Minneapolis, Floyd’s brother, Terrence, made an emotional plea at the site where Floyd was pinned to the pavement by an officer who put his knee on the handcuffed black man's neck until he stopped breathing.
State health officials Monday said another 23 people died of COVID-19 in Illinois, raising the statewide death toll to 5,412.
Illinois will offer free meals to school-aged children at hundreds of sites this summer, using options such as home delivery and drive-through distribution to ensure families that need help can get it during the pandemic.
The U.S. has sent to Brazil more than 2 million doses of a malaria drug touted by President Donald Trump as potentially protecting against and treating the coronavirus, even though scientific evidence has not backed up those uses.
The mayor of Atlanta, one of dozens of U.S. cities hit by massive protests, has a message for demonstrators: “If you were out protesting last night, you probably need to go get a COVID test this week.”
State Rep. Karina Villa talks about churches, businesses and people coming together gather food donations for the West Chicago community.
The WHO and Gru from "Despicable Me" teamed up to share a PSA about caring for one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak is going to deal a huge blow to thousands of school district budgets across the country, with teachers cut, fewer days in classrooms and fewer resources.
The state of New York is giving the families of police officers, public health workers and other front-line workers additional benefits if their loved one died of coronavirus.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has surpassed 6 million around the world.
There were 61 additional deaths from coronavirus in Illinois reported Saturday, which adds up to 5,330 lives lost in the state since the outbreak began.
Thirteen more Indiana residents have died from COVID-19, while nearly 700 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, state health officials said Saturday.
Nancy Cummings, executive director of the La Grange Business Association, talks about what they're doing to boost morale as the community enters the next phase of reopening.
On Friday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a number of major commercial and residential streets would soon be closed to car traffic and open to pedestrians, cyclists and outdoor diners.
Chicago police announced Friday four more cases of COVID-19, bringing the number of cases in the department to 556.
Two months after the federal government rolled out the Paycheck Protection Program, small business owners that tapped the coronavirus aid can officially have their loans forgiven.
A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the novel coronavirus has been spreading within the U.S. as early as January.It was originally reported that the first case of COVID-19 with no known connection to travel abroad happened in late February.
Dr. Gabe Kelen explains how "flattening the curve" doesn’t mean a sooner end to the outbreak.
All active-duty paramedics and firefighters of the Chicago Fire Department are undergoing mandatory COVID-19 testing in an effort to stem the spread of disease in the department.
Mall of America, which is located just outside of Minneapolis, said Friday that it has postponed its planned reopening amid unrest following the death of George Floyd.