Dr. Allison Arwady won’t say how many cases Chicago expects. But she says there’s a plan for patients who can’t quarantine at home.
The Chicago Police Department was notified of its first member to test positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
Despite promises from state officials, inmates say they aren’t getting soap or cleaning supplies amid increasing anxiety over COVID-19.
WBEZ answers your questions about staying at home, kids, public transit, medical information and more.
Patricia Frieson died Monday night. She is remembered for her singing, spirituality, positive energy and for being the rock of the family.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the move to waive late penalties on city debts was aimed at helping low-income residents.
The University of Illinois is the state’s first public university to pull the plug on graduation ceremonies — across all three campuses.
As COVID-19 cases climb to 160 in Illinois, Gov. JB Pritzker calls the federal response to the outbreak “an incredible failure.”
The governor has shut restaurants and bars, so why are shopping malls open?
Census officials want to count residents of college dorms, nursing homes and prisons using online responses instead of in-person visits.