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Starting September 1st, Swedish Covenant Hospital in Lincoln Square will combine midwives with obstetricians to care for pregnant people.
The team has lost 8 out of its last 10 games, and the owner is making changes in the front office.
“Estranged investors” are suing the successful Chicago restaurant, saying its owners defrauded the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
Director Andy Davis talks to “Reset” about the 1993 thriller “The Fugitive” and his Chicago roots.
Trevian C. Kutti is a former publicist of R. Kelly and Kanye West, and Stephen Lee is a Lutheran pastor, both accused of election fraud.
The news of Arwady’s firing came a day after the Chicago Board of Health asked Mayor Johnson to keep her in the post.
The City Council held a hearing Thursday to discuss a referendum on raising the city’s real estate transfer tax. Reset checks in with WBEZ reporters on that story, why Chicago’s interim police superintendent is in hot water, the city budget and why street vendors are calling on Mayor Johnson for help. GUESTS: Tessa Weinberg, WBEZ city government and politics reporter Mariah Woelfel, WBEZ city government and politics reporter Esther Yoon-Ji Kang, WBEZ Race, Class and Communities reporter
The race cost the city over $3 million in road work and police overtime. Was the economic benefit worth the cost?
The proclamation was signed Tuesday, which marked the 82nd anniversary of Till’s birth.
The Deep Tunnel’s large sewers can hold 2.3 billion gallons of storm runoff. So why didn’t the system reduce floods like it’s supposed to?
Aldermen Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35th) and Jessie Fuentes (26th) unveiled the plan at City Hall on Wednesday.
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled to uphold legislation to end the state’s cash bail system.
How one writer found inspiration from ChatGPT for a new book of poems, “lonely line breaks: ChatRQT”
The state’s hospitality industry is making a big comeback from the pandemic. But the economic picture isn’t as rosy for the office market.
About 45,000 of the city’s teens and young adults aren’t in school or the workforce, according to Chalkbeat Chicago.
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Some of the strictest bans don’t allow patients with high-risk pregnancies to get an abortion unless the mother’s life is in imminent danger.
The program’s affordable housing developments are costing more to build than luxury apartments in the River North and the Gold Coast.