Officials have declined to turn over many internal documents pertaining to the alleged abuse, assault and harassment of female lifeguards.
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Chicago and Cook County officials now suggest indoor masking for all.
The music festival will be Chicago’s largest gathering since the pandemic began — and comes amid a spike in coronavirus cases caused by the delta variant.
Everyone wants solutions to a rise in Chicago shootings. Here’s what local governments are currently doing — and what they’re spending.
Donations to charitable causes are reaching record highs, but it’s being driven by an increasingly smaller slice of the population.
The school district is getting $1.8 billion in COVID-19 funding and plans to invest part of it on student supports. But there are calls to spend far more.
In Chicago, areas flush with resources are also flush with trees. But a new city agency could be tasked with changing that “tree inequity.“
Chicago Public Schools is requiring masks for all children, even if vaccinated. Still, worried parents want greater access to remote learning.
Illinois has $2 billion in rental assistance available, but lawyers say just 19% of applicants have received any state money.