A chain reaction could slow Chicago’s economic recovery even after the stay-at-home order is lifted. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Black Chicagoans account for more than 70% of the city’s COVID-19 deaths. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Using its vast trove of data, the food delivery service Grubhub figured out which dishes surged in popularity among Chicagoans in March.
The social media manager at Shedd Aquarium says, “I get just as much joy sharing these videos as people get out of watching them.”
Now home to the Chicago Military Academy, the three-story brick landmark in Bronzeville hosted the first National Negro Congress in 1936.
Northwestern health communications researcher Bruce Lambert says it’s a mistake to compare the coronavirus outbreak to seasonal flu.
Candidates are running out of time to make their case before Super Tuesday. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Back home on the Northwest Side, the former Illinois governor gave his first public remarks. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Mary Dixon, who has been a broadcast journalist in the city for almost 30 years, is set to take over as the morning voice keeping you informed Monday through Friday.
The White House tries to block Bolton’s “top secret” book. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.