Some Chicago museums will soon reopen their doors to visitors, after state officials updated COVID-19 restrictions.
As the state aims to start vaccinating people 65 and older, many seniors face confusion and unknowns about the process.
The legislation, which is currently waiting for the governor’s signature, touches on all corners of the state’s criminal justice system.
These health workers answer questions and dispel myths in the neighborhoods with the highest COVID-19 infection rates.
The teachers union could ask its members to vote for a possible walkout even as the union and the school district push to reach a deal.
The city’s new timetable includes opening up vaccinations for people with underlying conditions by the end of March.
The incoming president has some towering promises to keep against the backdrop of the pandemic and searing national division.
The pandemic is limiting in-person events, but Chicago groups are planning other ways to honor Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
Some capitols are closed, fences are up and extra police are in place at statehouses across the country.
Thousands have been waiting in limbo because of the pandemic, but employees are scared that resuming trials could put them in danger.