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.
The seventh grade boy was killed by an officer in the early morning hours of March 29 in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.
The union’s governing body Thursday approved a deal that will allow high schoolers to return to classrooms for the first time in over a year.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Urges Calm As City Prepares To Release Videos Of CPD Shooting A 13-Year-Old Boy
“This is not something you want children to see,” the mayor said hours before the expected release of the highly-anticipated videos.
Thousands of CPS students are back in class, with more expected on Monday. But limited after-school care is keeping some students at home.
A new study commissioned by Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker says higher ratepayer subsidies are warranted to keep the Dresden and Byron nuclear plants open.