A state disaster proclamation for recent flooding. Northwestern professors are questioning the proposed football stadium. There will be more downtown street closures.
Pat Fitzgerald is out. A Chicago police union responded to allegations of sexual misconduct involving officers. A report shows less affordable housing.
June is National Soul Food Month. But just because we’re in July now, it doesn’t mean we can’t continue to celebrate its delicious history.
Migrants have been moved from the 10th District police station following allegations of sexual misconduct against officers. The state of Illinois is using $40 billion to tackle improvements around many modes of transportation. Northwestern University is considering even more penalties after suspending its football coach due to evidence of hazing by players.
Immigration is baked into our very foundation here in America – and it’s not just the U.S. born citizens who have kept this country going.
Mayor Brandon Johnson’s transition team released a policy report. A look at healthcare in Illinois prisons. There’s an investigation of multiple Chicago police officers.
Mayor Brandon Johnson chose a new school board. Business reaction to NASCAR is mixed. Illinois has a new law focused on rental payments.
The Supreme Court issued two rulings with big implications in the world of higher education. We talk about affirmative action and student loan debt forgiveness.
Highland Park commemorated the first year since the mass shooting there. Leaders take stock of recent flood damage. State money to help the Cook County court system.
Highland Park is marking its 4th of July this year with a day of remembrance after last year’s mass shooting. We reflect on what’s changed since the event.