Stories by Caroline Kubzansky
Environmental activists warn that leaving large coal ash repositories in place could lead to toxic spills and groundwater contamination.
The landfill in Waukegan will soon be home to 20,000 solar panels, part of a trend to reuse Superfund cleanup sites.
The Illinois Prisoner Review Board sets supervision conditions for more than 12,000 people per year. Now, it can’t fully operate.
As a legal effort to block Chicago Public Schools’ masking rule advances, CPS says it will share its mask optional plan early next week.
Federal prosecutors alleged the Democratic state senator was on the payroll of the Teamsters despite doing little to no work for the union.
A state appellate court ruling is upending Gov. JB Pritzker’s COVID-19 school rules. Chicago Public Schools is sticking with masks.
Gov. JB Pritzker argues the state’s school mask mandate remains in effect and says students should keep their masks on.