The Illinois Gaming Board wants to put Jeffrey Rehberger Jr. out of business. But other state officials back his bid for cannabis shops.
A new CARES Act program could help up to 3,000 suburban Cook County homeowners with overdue or future mortgage payments of up to $10,000.
Cook County leaders warn more than 300,000 residents could lose insurance if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the Affordable Care Act.
Want to be a poll worker in Chicago? You may end up on a waiting list, as young people are flocking to sign up for Election Day service.
Englewood Non-Profit Celebrates The Life Of Its Founder, ‘Mother’ Betty Price, And Vows To Continue Her Work
Betty Price was known as the “Mother of Englewood” for her work in the community. After her death, relatives vow to keep it going.
About 100 people gathered in Downtown Chicago Saturday to speak about the similarities between the treatment of Taylor and the poor treatment of all Black women in Chicago.
Chicago’s homeless already worry about where to safely sleep when the cold arrives. COVID-19 is making that harder.
Many Chicagoans were already feeling isolation during the summer. Here are tips to survive the COVID-19-stymied winter that’s coming.
If a rider won’t wear a mask, CTA bus drivers aren’t allowed to confront them. Drivers say more needs to be done to help push mask wearing and social distancing.
We asked women in Illinois politics how they’re marking the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment — and what challenges are still ahead for women.