For years Texas tried to lure businesses to locate there from other states. Now, Chicago is using a new Texas abortion ban and other social issues to recruit businesses from the Lone Star state.
Report Says Miami University ‘Acted Appropriately’ On Sex Assault Claims Against Ex-Blackhawks Coach
The coach, who was on the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup-winning 2010 team, faces lawsuits from other allegations.
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Some Chicago Public Schools students feel targeted by dress codes they say focus on censoring their style and policing their bodies.
A new analysis by Freddie Mac found that only 7.4% of appraisals in majority-white census tracts came in below contract price, compared with 12.5% for Black areas and 15.4% for Latino ones.
The mayor says top park district officials did not tell her prosecutors are investigating alleged abuse at pools and beaches.
Every Monday, WBEZ talks to experts who answer questions from us — and listeners — about the ways climate change and weather affect Chicago and Illinois. Here are some highlights.
The largest architecture exhibition in North America demonstrates how an “Available City” of vacant lots can be reimagined to serve communities.
The Grammy and Oscar-winning hip hop artist tells ‘Art of Power’ about his activism, his relationships, and his unusual ability to forgive.
The email exchange from this spring further spells out the strained relationship between the NFL team and its landlord as the team makes a play for a suburban space.
Though infections are still sky-high, the U.S. may be turning a corner and spared a winter surge, according to forcasts by a group of researchers.
Biden is also set to embrace a goal of vaccinating 70% of the global population within the next year.
Johnson & Johnson shared data from its Phase 3 trial of the company’s booster shot on Tuesday. The data showed a booster shot at six months provided a 12-fold increase in antibodies.
The mayor’s proposal relies on federal money to close a $733 million gap, and would increase police spending by 11%, send hundreds of millions toward social services, and contains no major property tax or fee increases.
WBEZ obtained emails that show the NFL franchise’s frustration as the Chicago Park District — which owns Soldier Field — rejected efforts to open a sports betting lounge.
The allegations are the latest against the Northwest Side alderman, who is being investigated by the FBI for allegedly withholding city services from opponents among other complaints.