Places like Galesburg are among a few dozen swing congressional districts in the country that will have an outsize voice in the midterm elections next year.
Since her father died in Chicago in 2020, Rabia Khan has suffered prolonged grief — and found solace in online support groups.
Experts share tips on how to easily add green practices to your day-to-day life.
Each week, our on-air experts explore a new aspect of our region’s climate — and we want to hear from you.
A judge called a Chicago police officer “frightening” due to online posts endorsing violence. The mayor echoed the concerns. CPD did nothing.
With few young patients, Saint Mary Hospital joins a wave of shuttering pediatric units — increasing health care barriers for parents and kids.
Ten years ago, a $15-an-hour minimum wage sounded outlandish, even to some labor activists. But this week, it became reality in Chicago.
Ferguson told the mayor he will leave in October, setting up what’s expected to be a tense fight in the City Council over his replacement.
The short missive explains Lincoln’s decision not to return to the Illinois House of Representatives so that he could remain viable for the U.S. Senate.
The second longest serving alderman has been under federal investigation for years as authorities say she and her chief of staff took bribes from developers who got access to millions in public money.