Sparks flew at a suburban school board meeting Thursday night over kids and masks. Some parents do not want their children wearing masks next school year.
Coronavirus vaccines will soon be available at CTA stations.
The Chicago Bears announced Wednesday that fans would be allowed to return to Soldier Field at 100-percent capacity.
Travelers headed to Chicago are no longer required to have a negative COVID-19 test – or to quarantine – before or after arrival.
The state of Illinois officially re-opened Friday after a 15-month COVID-19 quarantine.
Here is what you need to know about the state fully reopening:
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot and city leadership announced on Thursday the Central City Recovery Roadmap, which is a guide meant to encourage Chicago residents and visitors to come back downtown this summer and fall.
Chicago's top doctor says the best way to protect kids is to make sure every adult around them has the vaccine.
There’s a lot of excitement ahead of the reopening, but with children still not able to get the vaccine, a lot of parents are worried.
On Thursday, local public health officials issued Phase 5 reopening guidance for suburban Cook County.
When the pandemic created shortages in supply, businesses stepped up – in many cases creating new products overnight.
Illinois is just days away from fully reopening and as it turns out, some things will not be changing as we emerge from the pandemic.
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The Chicago Cubs will be able to host 100 percent of Wrigley Field's capacity beginning June 11.
An estimated 2,000 workers who have been assembling rapid COVID-19 tests in Gurnee are out of work, according to a report.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday that the City of Chicago will join Illinois in progressing to Phase 5 of reopening on June 11.
With hospitalizations and new COVID-19 cases on a steady decline, Illinois is on track to enter Phase 5 by June 11th.
In the city, the average daily case count has fallen to 157, which is down 38 percent from a week ago – and the test positivity rate is just 2.2 percent.
For the first time since Chicago began issuing its emergency travel in July last year, no states now require a quarantine, full vaccination, or a negative COVID test for anyone arriving in Chicago