Stories by Brenda Ruiz
The former president’s legal team vows a swift appeal.
Voters will still see the initiative on their ballots, but the votes for will not be tallied without an appeal.
Rising comics showcase their hilarity in the comeback show with new songs, sketches, and the style of improv that has become synonymous with Second City.
The state’s health systems fail patients by not adequately responding to allegations, according to a Chicago Tribune investigation.
Whether you’re a long time resident or new to the area, we’ve got you covered!
For millions in the U.S. and around the world, access to a safe, reliable, and permanent home remains out of reach.
Nine months after taking office, the Mayor makes good on a campaign promise to decommission the gunshot detection system.
Mort Feldberg, 87, who completed the program with his wife Karen Feldberg, 81, set the program’s record for oldest graduate.
This comes after a federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected Trump’s claim of absolute immunity.
Plus, more on the White Sox’s potential move from Guaranteed Rate Field.