The city’s ticketing and debt collection system drives many low-income motorists into debt.
The decline of Dolton mirrors a nationwide trend of suburban poverty and economic distress.
An alderman, a housing advocate and a policy expert discuss a plan to bring more affordable housing to Pilsen and Little Village.
Sandhill cranes are flying through the Chicago area this season.
Chicago just had its highest midterm voter turnout since 1986.
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has pledged to bring a more progressive and holistic mindset to her office.
The Cook County Board president also discusses the county’s proposed budget, criminal justice reform and healthcare in Cook County.
Sterigenics is owned in part by Gov. Bruce Rauner’s former private equity firm.
Pat Brady, the former chairman of the Illinois Republican Party, talks about the future of the Illinois GOP and why he says Republicans have not given up hope that Rauner will pull ahead, despite the numbers.
The proposed consent decree draft would put in place court oversight of reform efforts for the Chicago Police Department.