Disney has announced it is extending the date of its closures to properties in Florida and California in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
An Amazon delivery driver was caught on video appearing to spit on his hand and wiping it on a package delivered to a resident's door in Hancock Park.
The department confirmed additional cases in all three detective districts, Chicago police announced Friday evening.
Amazon announced on Tuesday that it would begin putting delays on non-essential items.
An officer and a civilian employee tested positive, bringing the total number of confirmed cases within the department to 11, police said Thursday.
Brandon Latimore, 21, faces a count of felony aggravated discharge of a weapon, Chicago police said.
Amazon said Monday that it has already suspended more than 3,900 seller accounts for price-gouging during the coronavirus outbreak, a disclosure that came on the same day President Trump issued an executive order aimed at curtailing the practice.
Two more CTA employees have tested positive for coronavirus: a bus driver from the 77th Street bus garage, and a train conductor who worked out of the 95th street station.
Three additional Chicago police officers have been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Warehouse workers sounded alarms last week that the company is not doing enough to protect them.
The CTA said they have been in communication with the employees and those who may have had direct contact with them.
The two males got into an argument about 3:50 p.m. and fired shots while the train was in the first block of West 79th Street, Chicago police said.
YouTube has expanded an initiative to lower video quality on its site in order to support online servers amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Starbucks has announced it will pay its employees for the next month.
Union leaders representing workers that have been deemed "essential" as Illinois battles the coronavirus called Monday for more protective gear to guard members against infection.
Apple users can ask Siri questions related to the novel coronavirus, such as “Do I have coronavirus.”
Two more Chicago police officers have been diagnosed with coronavirus.
Service was disrupted Sunday on Metra’s Milwaukee District West line after a freight train derailed near northwest suburban Elgin.
Authorities are distributing more than 70,000 masks, gloves and gowns to first responders in Cook County.
City health officials confirmed the driver, who operated a bus working out of the Forest Glen bus garage at 5914 W. Armstrong Ave., was diagnosed with COVID-19, according to a statement from the CTA.