Early-stage testing showed the first COVID-19 vaccine tested in the U.S. revved up people’s immune systems the way scientists had hoped.
Gov. JB Pritzker ‘Won’t Hesitate’ To Enact Stricter COVID-19 Measures If Numbers Continue To Increase
Pritzker also defended his decision to let school districts decide whether to have in-class instruction as COVID-19 cases climb.
Read continuing coverage of how COVID-19 is affecting Illinois.
On May 5, Gov. JB Pritzker unveiled a five-stage plan that divides the state into four regions. But what does that mean for where you live?
Transit officials are studying more advanced cleaning methods that might someday automatically disinfect transit systems around the clock.
Whether they make it will affect not just local economies but the fabric of communities.
Students at the community college system with outstanding debt who dropped out over the past decade can get that debt waived and re-enroll.
Some hospitals are forced to call other facilities for hours to transfer COVID-19 patients. Legislators say more transparency is needed.
Chicago Public Schools wants local school councils to vote on having police in their schools, but a fifth don’t have an LSC or lack a quorum.
For children, the distress shows itself in difficult moods, stomachaches or even regression to behaviors from earlier childhood. Here are seven ideas to help anxious kids feel better.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake in a program that enforces city policy but often cripples drivers with debt.
Just under 55% of Chicagoans have responded to the census, compared to 62% nationally. In some areas, the response has been less than 30%.
Her new novel places a plus-size woman as the star of a ‘Bachelorette’-style reality TV show. Could it happen in real life?
Plywood boards became canvases for artists across Chicago. As the boards come down, one Chicagoan wonders what will happen to this art.