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A Warming Trend As The Week Goes OnCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a 10 p.m. RealTime Weather update for Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
Virtual Pet Adoptions Catch On During Stay-At-Home PeriodLocal shelters are seeing more and more interest in fostering and adopting pets. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Source Says 3 Finalists In Place To Head Chicago Police DepartmentAurora Police Chief Kirsten Ziman, current Deputy Chief Ernest Cato, and former Dallas Police Chief David Brown are the finalists, sources say.
Gym Is Flouting Stay-At-Home Order, Neighbors SayThere is a sign up claiming it's closed, but neighbors say MBS 24-7 Fitness in Norwood Park is staying open despite being ordered to close as a non-essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Nurse Describes Emotional Toll Of COVID-19 PandemicTreating patients day in and day out is taking an emotional toll on health care workers. Nurse Daniel Ortiz, quarantined himself now, describes the situation.
Local Nurses Fearful Over Hospital Mask PoliciesIn the thick of the COVID-19 crisis, nurses are working long hours – sometimes even a double shift – and yet they say they can’t wear masks. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Highland Park Mayor On Calling Out Stay-At-Home ViolatorsHighland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering tells CBS 2's Brad Edwards why she has been calling out violators of stay-at-home rules during the coronavirus crisis.
Respiratory Therapists Fighting The COVID-19 PandemicCBS 2's Mike Puccinelli talks to a Chicago respiratory therapist about the work to keep COVID-19 patients alive.
Restaurant Group Steps In For Struggling WorkersWith restaurants closed during the coronavirus crisis, the Fifty/50 Restaurant Group has stepped in to provide food for restaurant workers and others who are struggling. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
What To Do If You Can't Pay The Rent Because Of COVID-19?CBS 2's Jim Williams reports now is the time for tenants and landlords to have honest conversations if the rent can't be paid because of a COVID-19 related job loss.
Drug Used To Fight Ebola Being Tested To Cure COVID-19COVID-19 patients are undergoing an experimental treatment at Northwestern with a drug that was used to treat Ebola patients. 
Pritzker Says Stay-At-Home Order Must Be Extended To April 30Health officials say the coronavirus crisis in Illinois will get worse before it gets better. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Weather: Bright Morning, But Clouds Roll In The AfternoonCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the extended forecast.
Families Angry Over Handling Of COVID-19 Outbreak At Adult Care FacilityIn Kankakee County, COVID-19 cases are starting to grow at a state-run adult care facility, and families are growing angry. Some feel lives were put in jeopardy.
Columbia College Cancels Commencement CeremonyCBS 2's Steven Graves reports students ready to graduate from Columbia College are upset that the school chose to cancel, rather than postpone, its graduation ceremony.
Illinois Stay-At-Home Order Extended Through End Of AprilGov. JB Pritzker announced the extension Monday, calling it the 'best-educated date' that is appropriate now. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Gov. JB Pritzker Extends 'Stay At Home' Order Through End Of AprilWith the confirmed number of coronavirus cases in Illinois continuing to climb by the hundreds each day, Gov. JB Pritzker is extending his statewide "stay at home" order and his mandate closing all Illinois schools through the end of April.
Chicago Weather: Cool Weather In Place With The CloudsCBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a look at the extended forecast for the Chicago area.
Coronavirus In Chicago: Hotel Essex To Set Aside Rooms For First RespondersAs police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and EMTs continue to work on the front lines of the city's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, a downtown hotel is setting aside nearly 275 rooms for first responders worried about possibly taking the virus home to their families.
United Center Turns Into Food Storage CenterSince there are no Blackhawks or Bulls games to be played, the United Center is letting the Greater Chicago Food Depository store its items.
Long Lines For COVID-19 TestingIn Chicago's Dunning neighborhood, cars are lined up for miles as people wait to get a COVID-19 test.
Skokie Police Shoot Armed Man Shot Outside 7-ElevenPolice shot a man they said was armed outside of a 7-Eleven in Skokie Monday night.
Greater Chicago Food Depository Storing Food At United Center Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAs the United Center transforms into a logistics hub to help government officials respond to the coronavirus pandemic, the West Side stadium has begun storing food for the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Highland Park Mayor Posts Social Distancing WarningMayor Rotering posted the warning on Facebook saying Highland Park continues to lead Lake County in COVID-19 cases. She said this is "not a proud moment."

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