Jenn White hosts the Friday News Roundup and breaks down the biggest stories of the week.
The city is working on a pilot program to dole out $500 monthly stipends with no strings attached.
“It’s just unprecedented, the hubris of this,” said Jim DeRogatis, co-host of WBEZ’s ‘Sound Opinions.‘
R & B singer R. Kelly released a 19-minute song called “I Admit” where he addresses sexual abuse allegations.
Jim Lommasson discusses his work featured in the ‘Stories of Survival’ exhibit, which is open until Jan. 13.
The Lincoln Yards development would include a 20,000-seat soccer stadium, thousands of residential units, hundreds of hotel rooms and more.
The festival will feature live readings of six new plays performed and produced by Latinx talent from DePaul University’s Theatre School.
The award-winning investigative journalist talks about the news that an Ida B. Wells monument is coming to Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
One of the laws authorizes family members or law enforcement to seek an order of protection from those who pose “an immediate and present danger” to themselves or to others.
Like Chicago, Portland is taking part in Vision Zero, a program aimed at boosting transportation safety and eliminating traffic deaths altogether.