Stories by Kate McGee
Although Chicago businesses can reopen Wednesday, many owners are wondering how long it'll take to recover from both a pandemic and looting.
A mother, a father and two grown children all ended up in the hospital due to COVID-19. They all survived. This is their story.
Educators are breathing a sigh of relief after state lawmakers kept funding for schools level. But many wonder how long that can last.
Even after recovery from COVID-19's physical symptoms, the anxiety of “what-ifs” may haunt us for some time.
We may be self-testing for COVID-19 some day as early studies show that less invasive self tests for COVID-19, when done correctly, can work.
Two DePaul graduates in comedy writing who’ve suffered losses hope to make their classmates laugh during their virtual commencement speech.
Students argue they’re receiving a lesser education with online classes and should get a partial tuition refund.
The COVID-19 shutdown has led to budget cuts, threatens struggling universities and could exacerbate inequities at community colleges.
Only COVID-19 survivors understand what it’s like to live with the virus, one Chicago woman says.
Illinois is hiring 4,000 contact tracers to monitor COVID-19. Oakton Community College is training students to do the work.