More than three since Illinois made recreational cannabis legal, social equity applicants are still waiting on licenses.
Black Americans are more likely to be audited. Stanford University professor Daniel E. Ho talks about modernizing the current tax system.
The two mayoral runoff candidates vowed they’d remain independent from their biggest supporters if elected. Abortion rights activists and the state of California are taking shots at Walgreens. Today is the funeral for slain Chicago police Officer Andres Vasquez Lasso.
An exhibit at Skokie’s Illinois Holocaust Museum in Skokie focuses on the history of the Green Book and includes interactive simulations.
Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson will face off today in the first debate before runoff elections. A new report highlights the impacts of soot pollution in Cook County. A proposal to relocate the Annual Taste of Chicago to Navy Pier this summer is causing tension among City Council members.
Chicago’s theaters continue to struggle post-pandemic. Endorsements are rolling in for Chicago’s runoff elections for mayor. The president of Northeastern Illinois University has alleged gender and race discrimination by board members.
Beatrice Scescke was raised in Chicago but always dreamed of connecting with nature. She shares more in Vocalo’s series “Chi Sounds Like.”
Chicago turns 186 years old. Unionized concession workers at the United Center staged a one-day strike during the Chicago Bulls vs. Indiana Pacers game. Experts are analyzing why most Chicagoans stayed home on election day.
Grammy-award-winner, and Chicago native, J. Ivy talks about finding his voice, what inspires him and finding ways to celebrate.
Paul Vallas gets backing from Jesse White. Residents by the Obama Center want affordable housing. Illinois makes a move toward reparations.