The Greater Chicago Food Depository is partnering with seven black and Latino community groups to help areas hit hardest by COVID-19.
Chicago has adopted a tougher approach, sparking a debate about whether now is the time to worry if students are on track academically.
Chicago Police Wouldn’t Arrest His Machete-Wielding Neighbor. They Gave Him Advice On Shooting Instead.
The Police Department instructed officers to take a hands-off approach to enforcement during the pandemic. Arrests have dropped almost 75%.
Despite criticism from President Donald Trump, the governor says he likes the state’s chances for support from Congress.
North Central College grads chose a staff member to recite their name during commencement, which was online due to the COVID-19 shutdown.
Rev. Marshall Hatch lost a sister and best friend to COVID-19. He’s waiting to reopen his church, even though small services are now allowed.
Faced with 20,000 coronavirus deaths and counting, U.S. nursing homes are pushing back against a potential flood of lawsuits.
An easing of COVID-19 restrictions allowed garden centers and nurseries to reopen, just in time for warm weather and pent-up demand.
Doctors warn that introducing new people to your household is risky, but it could be doable with strict rules.