Major League Baseball is not mandating COVID-19 vaccines, but the White Sox have really embraced the opportunity.
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Majority Of White Sox Receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineMajor League Baseball is not mandating COVID-19 vaccines, but the White Sox have really embraced the opportunity.
Storm, Lincoln Park Zoo Harbor Seal, Celebrates 14th Birthday With Special 'Cake'Every birthday calls for a cake – and a resident pinniped at the Lincoln Park Zoo enjoyed one too on Sunday.
Chicago Weather: Spotty Showers Overnight, Rolling Back Warm TemperaturesCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, April 11, 2021.
Congress To Take Up President Biden's Infrastructure PlanCongress is back in business Monday, and President Biden's infrastructure plan will be a top focus for lawmakers. CBS News' Christina Ruffini reports.
Activists, Residents In Little Village Mark One-Year Anniversary Of Bungled Smokestack ImplosionResidents and community leaders in Little Village on Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of the implosion of the Crawford coal plant, which sent a cloud of toxic dust over the neighborhood and continues to have people demanding change.
1 Person Killed In Early-Morning Crash On Dan Ryan ExpresswayIt was a terrible scene on the Dan Ryan Expressway early Sunday morning, when one person was killed in a crash near 83rd Street.
4 Robbers Apprehended After Gunpoint Robbery At Roosevelt Red Line StopPolice arrested the four suspects after stopping a Red Line train near the 47th Street station.
In Busy And Tourism-Heavy Neighborhoods, COVID-19 Vaccinations Are Rising -- But So Are CasesWith more people getting vaccinated against COVID-19, restaurants, bars, and ballparks are busier than they have been in more than a year. But some areas of Chicago with the highest vaccination rates are also seeing spikes in COVID-19 cases. CBS 2's Brandon Merano reports.
United Center COVID-19 Vaccination Site Switching To Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe change comes Tuesday, April 20 amid high demand for the single-dose vaccine.
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Opening Broadly In Illinois, But Teens Face A Particular ChallengeIn one of the biggest steps in getting more people in Illinois vaccinated against COVID-19, the state moves to Phase 2 of its vaccination program on Monday. But as CBS 2's Steven Graves reports, teens and their parents face a particular hurdle.
Chicago Weather: Scattered Showers Sunday NightCBS 2 Meteorologist Tammie Souza has a RealTime Weather forecast for Sunday, April 11, 2021.
Record Number Of COVID-19 Vaccines Administered In U.S., But Cases Rising AgainNew surges in several states are being blamed on dangerous coronavirus variants. CBS News' Danya Bacchus reports.
Woman Injured During Struggle With Carjackers Outside South Loop TargetThe woman was carjacked outside the Target store on Clark Street just north of Roosevelt Road.
British Cooking School Launches Cookbook For Those Who Have Lost Smell, Taste Due To COVID-19A British nonprofit cooking school has published a new cookbook geared toward people who have experienced loss of taste and smell from COVID-19.
Chicago Weather: More Spotty Showers Sunday, Milder MondayCBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, April 10, 2021.
Tree House Humane Society Opens New State-Of-The-Art Veterinary Clinic In West Rogers ParkA new animal clinic in West Rogers Park gives greater access to medical care for pets - especially for those families that can least afford to care for them.
City, County Leaders Promote Bill To Transform Vacant PropertiesCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle on Saturday was promoting a plan to reduce vacant properties, create affordable housing, and stop people from losing their homes.
Ingalls Memorial Hospital Workers Rally For Higher WagesWorkers at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in south suburban Harvey on Saturday for higher wages for frontline workers.
City Of Chicago Joins Walgreens, Churches For COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach EffortThe City of Chicago is launching a new push with Walgreens and churches across the city to get COVID-19 vaccinations to people in hard-hit communities who may be hesitant about getting the shot.
Chicagoans Cross Indiana State Line For Vaccination Attempts In GarySome Chicagoans struggling to find a vaccination appointment are crossing the Indiana state line. CBS 2's Brandon Merano reports.
2 Fires Leave People Dead In One NightOne of the fires broke out in the Brainerd neighborhood, the other in Bronzeville.
Prosecutors Say Adam Toledo, 13, Had Gun When He Was Shot And Killed By PoliceThe revelation came at the bond hearing Saturday for Ruben Roman, the man police say was with Adam during the incident. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
7 People, Including A Child, Rushed To Hospitals After West Town CrashThe crash happened at the intersection of Damen and Grand avenues.
Cubs First Base Coach Craig Driver Tests Positive For COVID-19Cubs first base coach Craig Driver has tested positive for COVID-19.