A ‘Chicago Reader’ investigation found Chicago police makes millions through civil asset forfeiture.
The historic Tribune Tower has been sold to CIM Group for $240 million. Employees are expected to move out by mid-2017.
The Chicago Urban League wants to save Chicago communities devastated by neglect. The group’s CEO says attacking root causes is the key.
Peter Moskos, a former Baltimore city police officer, shares why he calls it a “bad shooting.”
Denali National Park botanist Carl Roland replicated more than 200 old photos of the park. The goal: make the slow and subtle effects of climate change visible.
After recent scandals and public pressure, the city released hundreds of videos where cops shot or injured someone.
There’s still no Illinois state budget deal, setting up for a long summer in the statehouse and leaving a lot of questions for residents.
TSA announced that it’ll send more screeners to O’Hare to relieve long waits. But screeners say this isn’t enough.
Chicago Public School officials are warning principals that next year their budgets could be slashed by 20 percent.
Indiana isn’t usually a part of the must-win math for any candidate. But this year, Indiana might as well be the Alamo.