Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said two officers have been relieved of their police powers after the agency that investigates police misconduct recommended they be reassigned.
Mia Wright says she was attacked by Chicago police on the Northwest Side is calling for a criminal investigation into the officers.
With concerns about the virus still lingering and after days of unrest, some shops opened while others stayed shut.
Time will tell if the large crowds over the weekend cause a new spike in cases, but health officials urge participants to quarantine for 14 days.
As “nonessential” businesses reopen, the people considered essential workers from the start may actually be at greater risk.
Reopening salons are putting state-mandated protocols in place. But will customers come back? “We’re scared,” one owner said.
More parents may be heading back to work soon — but many still have questions about how child care will resume. Here are some answers.
Under Illinois’ reopening plan, parents may be able to return to work soon. But day cares aren’t fully open, leaving some families in limbo.
Frontline health workers are used to being the helpers. Now, experts say, they’re the ones who need to take care of themselves.
Parents fear exposing their kids to COVID-19. But doctors say missing vaccinations is a bigger risk to kids’ health.