In Illinois, initial claims leaped to 178,133 last week, up 56% from the 114,000 claims filed for the week ending March 21.
Staff photos from our coronavirus coverage the week of March 29, 2020.
Illinois legalized the sale and use of cannabis products by adults in January, becoming the 11th U.S. state to do so.
Staff photos from our coronavirus coverage the week of March 22, 2020.
Staff photos from our coronavirus coverage the week of March 15, 2020.
Speeds are slowing under demand by people subject to stay-at-home orders because of the coronavirus pandemic.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday extended his statewide stay-at-home order for three weeks as the nation strugg…
Delta Chi hosted a house party over the weekend.
Parson said officials had made no decisions, but said agency officials were assessing venues in metropolitan areas across the state.
The 5-foot-2 multi-sport athlete has used her sewing skills to create 210 bright, colorful masks that have been distributed around the area.
"I'm constantly wearing gloves and masks and spraying and cleaning," one funeral director said. "Not doing any hugging now."
A drug developed to combat Ebola will be studied at St. Louis University and elsewhere for use against the new coronavirus.
The latest tallies Monday come as St. Louis rebukes two churches that officials say exceeded restrictions on gatherings.
Kreitner Elementary School teachers and staff paraded through Collinsville, Ill., neighborhoods on Monday, March 30, 2020. Schools have been c…
‘We’re so exposed,’ one Mercy nurse said, as hospitals grapple with protecting medical staff while ensuring supplies last amid COVID-19 outbreak.
On Sunday, county health officials said there were 24 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the county.
Storms should end by Saturday night and yield to a spectacular Sunday with sunshine and highs in the upper 60s.
Mayor Lyda Krewson said people must continue to comply with restrictions to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.
An FBI agent in St. Louis said attempts to defraud fall into two general categories: email scams and offers of counterfeit treatments and equipment.
Authorities said the woman who died Friday of COVID-19 was in her 80s and had underlying health conditions.
The Post-Dispatch reported Tuesday that at least some of the state's roughly 14,000 unregulated machines were in operation as the state grappl…
St. Louis-area health departments are shifting their resources to some degree as they work to contain the spread of the coronavirus.