Pritzker’s signing was nothing like his very public event for the original measure. On that day, the governor held up a copy of the 764-page criminal justice bill.
A report finds that the more Black residents who live in a Chicago neighborhood, the less investment the area saw compared with predominantly white neighborhoods.
Englewood food giveaway fills gap left by shuttered Whole Foods: ‘I pray that we will never be hungry’
People and cars lined up down the block to receive some of the 60,000 pounds of frozen beef, hot dogs and bacon at 63rd Street and Ashland Avenue.
Groups ask for community meetings to discuss use of the 23-acre riverfront property, which is slated to be sold for $6.5 million.
But a rise in flu and respiratory illness among kids, and a potential spike in COVID this winter, worries doctors, students and school leaders.
Lightfoot’s plan to replace Chicago’s lead water pipes has switched out 280 of an estimated 390,000 service lines
Only 280 Chicago homeowners have had a lead service line replaced under city programs the past two years — out of an estimated 390,000 lead lines, the most in any city in the United States.
Candidates for Chicago’s new police district councils split between staunch defenders of police and those who favor defunding
Two major camps have emerged: Police supporters determined to take the shackles off officers and those who believe CPD has victimized communities of color and don’t trust police.
Congregants of the evangelical Willow Creek Community Church assembled just over 1,000 gift bags for inmates Sunday in the South Loop.
Makers of products like Children’s Tylenol say they’re trying to keep up with big demand as RSV, flu, and COVID spread. But medical experts note that kids’ fevers don’t always call for medicine.
The cryptocurrency giant filed for bankruptcy without delivering most of a $1 million grant to help fund a basic income program.
Members of a new civilian police commission fear CPD’s rollout of the database was intended to circumvent their oversight authority.
The structure, completed this past summer, contains hotel rooms and apartments that prioritize social areas over large rooms.
Among the most overt changes in Thursday’s legislation is that those charged before Jan. 1 would be able to remain in the old bail system — or request to be moved to the new system.
An influencer before Instagram, Jojo came to symbolize an era of drag culture before reality TV popularized it.
Democrats say they hope to pass the massive legislation, which comes in response to the Highland Park shooting, in the lame duck session in January.