Chicago-based United’s first-quarter loss was narrower than a year ago, when it lost $1.7 billion. The airline earned a profit of $292 million in the same quarter of 2019.
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In the Latino neighborhood, entire families came to protest, parents pushed strollers and teenagers walked with friends as the community mourns the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
Con la elegibilidad universal, residentes del área de Chicago recorren largas distancias para vacunarse. Estas son las opciones disponibles.
As many as 26,000 public high schoolers are due back in schools beginning Monday. Teachers approved the reopening agreement this weekend.
Some were left distraught by video of the 13-year-old being shot and killed by police, while others questioned why the boy was not at home.
One representative says it’s a shame the state must “babysit” utilities following the power company’s bribery scandal. But Democrats still haven’t agreed on a list of ethics reforms.
Logan Square Center overflowed with people holding flags and signs demanding justice.
A month after vaccinations at the West Side hospital were suspended for giving access to ineligible people, Chicago says it is partnering with Loretto Hospital to restart a hospital-based vaccine clinic.
It’s not what happened when the officer shot the boy but whether the cop got himself to that point due to a mistake, one expert said.
The state is about the middle of the pack, nationwide in COVID-19 vaccine administration — but Chicago lags. Here’s what you need to know.