Weeks into the statewide coronavirus shutdown, we captured the city’s busiest streets and iconic landmarks in a rare moment of stillness.
Now that the Lakefront Trail and the 606 are closed to foot traffic, these scenes will become the new normal for even more Chicagoans.
On Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of ways to celebrate love. Some are just more permanent than others.
The four-month cultivation process might be contributing to Chicago’s shortage of legal cannabis
In typical Chicago style, the past 12 months were filled with music festivals, sports and political drama. And WBEZ was there with a camera.
We’re starting the week with snowfall. Here are some snaps from this frosty blast.
More than 30,000 CPS teachers and support staff are on strike. Follow along with scenes from picket lines and schools across the city.
Record cold temperatures on Wednesday kept most Midwesterners hunkered down. But some Chicagoans braved the cold.