Chicagoans will get to eat outdoors at restaurants, head into the office — and, yes, get haircuts — with public health and capacity guidelines.
Data kept by the state show that in 80% of COVID-19 cases, the patient’s job is unknown — vital to preventing potential future outbreaks.
College prep usually ramps up during junior year. But with no in-person school and SATs postponed, anxiety among the class of 2021 grows.
Illinois Hits 5,000 Deaths, As Gov. JB Pritzker Says Nursing Home Visits And Casino Openings Are Still Far Off
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker vowed to stay out of discussion of where a new Chicago casino should go as state hits grim milestone.
With the courts closed, advocates worry detainees stuck awaiting trial at the county jail will be at greater risk of catching COVID-19.
Data from the week of May 11 to May 16 show that many students aren’t logging on regularly for online learning, even though 90% have access.
Chicago renters who rely on their landlords to pay for water services have few options when the water has been shut off by the city.
One Chicago suburb plans a vehicle convoy. Others are going online to remember military personnel who gave their lives.
Sanitized menus, reducing office elevator occupancy and a time limit on massages are some of the rules the state wants workplaces to follow.
The governor got a budget, but he hit lawmakers for “abdication” in not giving him tools to enforce his emergency pandemic orders.