Stories by Courtney Kueppers
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 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.
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.
Lime, Spin and Superpedestrian will have to wait to roll out scooters in Chicago after two companies that weren’t granted licenses file an appeal.
The famed landscape architect, born 200 years ago, is to thank for the design of everything from Chicago’s Jackson’s Park to New York’s Central Park.
The Biden administration is expanding the availability of the Paxlovid, which is recommended for high-risk individuals who test positive.
This year’s lineup is a “testament to the will and determination of Latino filmmakers worldwide in these difficult times.”
Zero-waste stores have started popping up around Chicago over the last two years. For residents looking to reduce their carbon footprint, it’s about time.
Fans chanted Foley’s name during a pregame ceremony on the ice and the team played video highlights of the suburban Chicago native’s career.
Cases are up, hospitalizations are low and a surge seems unlikely, according to three Chicago doctors who walked us through the latest virus data.