DePaul is one of only five teams in the country to pull off this long a streak.
Mayor Emanuel carries around a to-do list in his suit pocket. A guess at what’s left on that list before his tenure ends in May.
Researchers created a “pollution quantity” metric and found a racial gap between who causes air pollution and who’s at risk from it.
With community funding and the Chicago Archdiocese’s blessing, Skokie’s St. Joan of Arc will run as an independent school in the fall.
One addiction expert is spearheading “prodependence,” a treatment model that moves beyond the codependency model of the 1980s.
Enrollment at Illinois community colleges and public universities fell about 21 percent from 2008 to 2018.
Listen to this special two-hour post-election edition of the Morning Shift.
Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle will face off in the April runoff election. Plus, we get you up to speed on key aldermanic races.
While reports of hate crimes are up nationwide, they are actually down in Chicago. But experts say many cases go unreported.
The city has set a goal of transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy in all buildings by 2035.