Lightfoot says campaign emails were a “mistake.” There’s new state funding for migrants. A Pritzker Traubert Foundation prize is announced.
Where exactly does money belong between us and our loved ones? We learn how to talk about it with your family and potential partners.
Illinois lawmakers passed two important measures last night on gun control, abortion and gender-affirming care. Health officials in Illinois have launched a new online COVID-19 tracker. Some North Lawndale residents can apply for stipends to purchase climate-friendly transportation.
It’s been a financially challenging year for many. A financial psychologist explains how to adjust your personal psychology around money.
The list of candidates running to be Chicago’s next mayor is set after one last hopeful was kicked off the ballot. Illinois state senators passed a budget bill that would give themselves a nearly 20 percent pay raise. Lawmakers and LGBTQ advocates outline some priorities for Illinois’ spring legislative session.
Orthodox Christmas falls on January 7 and Chicago’s large Orthodox Christian population are celebrating with delectable food this weekend.
Illinois lawmakers Thursday night focused on an assault weapons ban, abortion protections and changes to sex designations on birth certificates.
A new state law recognizes learning outside the classroom. Cook County hits an opioid overdose record. Bridge repair on the Southeast side.
Knowing you need to add more plant-based meals into your diet doesn’t make it easy. That’s where Chef Bri Houston’s knowledge comes in.
Workplace protections for natural hairstyles are in place. A rocky start for prison Pell grants program. More CPS families need the basics.