Stories by Courtney Kueppers
Too many activities became, over time, just a reason to drink. As the world emerged from COVID restrictions, I started to imagine a life beyond booze.
Plus, the majority of Americans disagree with overturning Roe. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Hundreds of abortion-rights supporters gathered in Federal Plaza Friday evening to protest the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Just as the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, a provocative new play about abortion premieres in Chicago
In “The Billboard,” written by WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore, a candidate for City Council battles a women’s clinic in Englewood.
The state incentive starts July 1. But it does not apply to plug-in hybrids and funding is limited.
The Chicago Department of Public Health said Illinois’ first monkeypox case was found in an adult male who recently traveled to Europe.
The new documentary chronicles the underground abortion collective of the ’60s and ’70s. But it’s a story that feels eerily modern.
If it feels like everyone you know has been sick recently, that’s because there’s a lot of different viruses circulating — some that are unusual for this time of year.
Chicago has been called one of the best biking cities in America. But local cyclists told us in a new WBEZ survey there’s miles to go to make it better.
Chicago cyclists want to know about the city’s master bike plan, disconnected east-west streets, and what the city is doing to keep them safe. We put those questions to the person in charge.