Chicago cut off vaccine supply to Innovative Express Care after it says the clinic misallocated 6,000 doses.
The north suburb’s City Council voted 8-1 Monday to begin making good on its pledge to distribute $10 million over the next 10 years.
Campaign promises aside, some inmates worry that political calculations may lead President Joe Biden to back off any far-reaching action.
Chicago-based Intersport helped create the “The John Shippen,” a four-day tournament and summit named after the first Black golfer to play in the U.S Open.
With state regulators’ approval to buy the Near South Side hospital, the new potential owners look to quickly shore up the ailing hospital.
The county sent out hundreds of jury notices ahead of the trial, a test to see if the massive court system can return to normal.
Some Chicagoans, especially in Black and brown communities, don’t have internet at home, which can limit their access to a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Illini are the first No. 1 seed to be bounced from this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Loyola’s next opponent, Midwest Regional No. 1 seed Illinois, is bound to provide a much stiffer test of faith.
Declining enrollment is raising concerns about students falling off track. But some say they need the time off to reflect and realign goals.