Following the first significant snowfall of the season, Chicagoans took to the winter wonderland with snow angels, skiing and sledding.
Chicago Board of Elections spokesman Jim Allen said the city could very likely hit the top 70% turnout.
We dropped in on early voters in Edgewater to find out what’s motivating them in this year’s election.
On Tuesday, 300,000 students across Chicago started remote learning. We spent the morning with three of them as they navigated nerves, new routines and technology.
The protests that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake, now paralyzed, turned deadly Tuesday night when a teenager allegedly shot and killed two people.
The CTA is cleaning frequently, limiting passengers per car and monitoring platforms via camera. We talked to riders about the experience.
The virus was first identified in Wuhan, China, last December. Less than a month later, cases were reported in the U.S. — including Chicago.
The protest in Chicago’s Loop is one in a series of demonstrations across the country against stay-at-home orders.
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.