Experts share tips on how to easily add green practices to your day-to-day life.
Aldermen Force Special Meeting Over CPD’s July 4 Plans: ‘Our Communities Are Being Left To Fend For Themselves’
“It’s not just about this weekend. It’s about the weekends going forward,” said 9th Ward alderman Anthony Beale. “You can never be too late to try to see what we’re doing to calm this city down.”
“Light of Truth” will be the first monument, and second tribute overall, honoring a Black woman in Chicago. The first tribute is a bust of poet Gwendolyn Brooks in Bronzeville.
Two experts explain what police reform looks like within the Chicago Police Department — and why some reforms are harder than others to get done.
“We need the same resources that Lincoln Park has. We want equity. […] We want thriving communities,” KMB Realty principal Bonita Harrison told Reset about her hopes for the Woodlawn area.
Judge Peter Cahill denied Derek Chauvin’s request for a new trial hours before his sentencing hearing for the murder of George Floyd.
Police in Benton Harbor, MI reopen a 30-year old cold case where a Black teen was found dead.
But mindfulness, setting boundaries, and even a change in diet could help prevent it.
Nationally, police have shot and killed about 950 people in the past year. How does that compare with other countries?