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This gif shows just how gerrymandered Chicago is
Jun. 5, 2014
Chicago’s 2nd Ward has grown from one of its least gerrymandered to its most over the past 80 years.
What happened to Chicago's truancy officers?
Jun. 4, 2014
The city nixed the truancy officers decades ago, but the truancy problem — and its consequences — persist. Is there a chance officers could hit the streets again?
Chicago’s inspector general: You can trust police crime stats
Apr. 9, 2014
Audit by Chicago Inspector General Joe Ferguson finds Chicago police do a pretty good job reporting crime stats.
What’s really in a CPS chicken nugget?
Apr. 3, 2014
The school district turns over documents to WBEZ that make true ingredients impossible to know.
New discoveries about ancient mummies in Chicago
Apr. 1, 2014
We hear how researchers are discovering new things about the long dead. Plus, we hear about the Department of Justice's new initiative to help the transgender population, and the music of Rachel Ries.
Science reveals Chicago mummy secrets
Mar. 28, 2014
Chicago has three significant Egyptian collections and a lot of mummies. Now thanks to hi-tech scans, we're discovering new things about the long dead.
Do our icy winters and sweltering summers make us the toughest?
Mar. 5, 2014
WBEZ takes a look at the data on weather extremes for Chicago and our nation’s other big cities.
Do Chicago cabbies get a pass from the police?
Feb. 19, 2014
Dan Monaghan walks, bikes, and drives in Chicago, and one thing irks him: dangerous taxis on the road. He wrote in to ask how often cab drivers get cited for bad driving, and we set out on a long, complicated journey to find an answer.
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