On World AIDS Day, we explore what’s changed since the start of the epidemic — and what hasn’t.
Stories by Max Lubbers
Stereotypes around who can get HIV can make people more vulnerable to the virus. This doctor’s aiming to change that.
Seventeen churches are partnering with the Johnson administration to provide temporary shelter for hundreds of migrants across Chicago.
It’s the first application cycle since the Supreme Court ruled against race-conscious admissions.
For River Ian Kerstetter, collaboration and community are key.
ShaDawn “Boobie” Battle was named the latest “Artist as Instigator” at the National Public Housing Museum.
The CTA yellow line crash injured 38 people, with 23 people taken to the hospital.
On Trans Day of Remembrance, community members grieve trans people they have lost and celebrate the strength of those still living.
The commission has been working with the Chicago Police Department on the new policy for months. Members approved it unanimously Monday.
Chicago poet J. Ivy got his third Grammy nomination for his newest spoken word album, ‘The Light Inside.’