Weeks into COVID-19 inoculations, 80% of nursing-home doses are waiting for use, but the pharmacy chains say everything is on track.
The House impeachment case against Donald Trump has been delivered to the Senate, where Republican lawmakers are easing off their criticism of the former president.
For the first time in 37 years Budweiser will not directly advertise its beer during the game. Other famous brands are also taking a pass.
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A new report documents how some South and West side residents sell loose cigarettes, clean houses and perform other odd jobs to earn money.
Many eateries welcomed the return of indoor diners over the weekend, but others hesitated, citing the spread of a more contagious coronavirus variant.
Union members approved a resolution to work remotely only starting Monday. CPS then pushed back the return of elementary staff to Wednesday.
The county started vaccinations Wednesday. The close quarters make the facility a constant concern during the pandemic.
Some Chicago museums will soon reopen their doors to visitors, after state officials updated COVID-19 restrictions.
The state’s Citizens Utility Board tried to stop a Circuit Court lawsuit while it fights a separate, federal case against the scandal-scarred power company.
Ignoring the struggling economy, risk-takers in the Chicago area and across Illinois are driving business creation.
In 2009, Illinois created a board to provide checks and balances for the development of affordable housing, but it’s never heard a case.