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One detainee died within 24 hours of being admitted into the facility.
The discourse has been – in a word – messy.
There was an average of 4,000 daily unauthorized border crossings last week, according to the Biden administration.
Roseland’s mental health clinic was closed in 2016 under then-mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Instead, CPS is paying families to find alternative routes.
From “How will I pay for this?” to “Will my major help pay off my loans?”, we turn to experts on how to tackle financial aid and picking a major.
Say goodbye to that 10,000 step goal
Chicagoans will have the chance to meet Snelling at a future public hearing.
Creative hobbies can be inexpensive, low stakes and social.
Mayor Brandon Johnson will either pick from the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability’s three finalists or go back to the drawing board.
The state is once again requiring recipients to annually prove they are still eligible for coverage.
What will full day kindergarten look like?
Blues guitar, Latin-infused R&B and organ music that blends soul, funk and rock: Hear it all at the Millennium Park Summer Music series.
A WBEZ panel discusses how folks attending Lollapalooza in Chicago can get the most out of the experience.
That “Hollywood strike”? It’s having a big impact anywhere actors and writers live and work, and that includes Chicago. Reset hears from Chicagoans involved in the strike about their working lives and why they’re demanding better pay and residuals and other benefits from streaming giants like Netflix and the big movie studios. GUESTS: Eric Chaudron, executive director of SAG-AFTRA Chicago Ilyssa Fradin, SAG-AFTRA member and National Board Representative for the Chicago Local Martín Zimmerman, WGA West Captain, writer and producer J. Nicole Brooks, playwright, actor
The intense heat and humidity can make for dangerous conditions, weather experts warned.
The award-winning author of “The Poet X” and “With the Fire on High” is coming out with her first novel for adults.
Home prices in Chicago rose faster than in any other major U.S. city, Crain’s Chicago Business reports.