From truck drivers to accountants, Chicago-area residents who quit their jobs during the pandemic say they have no regrets.
Health officials are checking the city’s wastewater to keep tabs on infections.
People shed the virus through their nose and mouth and in their poop! The city is using sewage data to help keep tabs on transmission.
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If you were vaccinated in another country or you lost all records of your vaccination, here’s how to prepare.
The state required a plan from CPS on fixing its transit issues, but advocates say it falls short. There’s no date for rides for all students.
Two years ago, Chicago Public Schools pledged to keep parents better informed about the finances of the city’s 114 charter schools.
About 50 schools have removed police officers since 2020. Curie High School says it’s de-escalating student conflict by talking and listening.
Chicago has experienced several high-profile shootings near public schools this fall at a time when gun violence is up in the city.