As he settles into his new role as the city’s top cop, David Brown is making his plan to reduce summer shootings.
While the grant doesn’t guarantee that a new school will be built, community leaders in Chinatown and the South Loop said they’re hopeful.
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.
Anuoluwapo “Anu” Solola wants to show other young women that they, too, belong in the sciences.
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.
The practice of Holy Communion is the most cherished sacrament for many Christians. Due to the pandemic, it soon may have a different look.
The pandemic is flooding the prefrontal cortex with stress. Here are some tips to fight through the brain fog.
The four-day session dominated by the COVID-19 fallout ended early Sunday morning in Springfield.