Favorite song: “Dancing in September”
Favorite food: Ramen
Fun fact: Her dad was a soul musician in early 70s Chicago with a band that allegedly opened for The Dramatics and Chaka Khan.
Stories by Bianca Martin
New data on the latest round of PPP loans for small businesses show that big businesses benefited most from federal aid.
In an open letter to W.H.O, 239 experts urged the organization to give more credit to the growing evidence that the virus may be airborne.
Large companies and organizations received millions in loans meant for small businesses from the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
The Chicago Department of Public Health issued an emergency travel order in response to recent surges in COVID-19 cases.
Reset talks about two early 20th century buildings still standing in Gary, Ind., by pioneering African American architect William Wilson Cooke.
Dozens of Black drag performers in Chicago say they have been mistreated in Boystown.
As Black Lives Matter protests continue to draw thousands nationwide, protestors are demanding justice for Black trans lives.
The Trump Administration moved to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in 2017.
How are Illinois lawmakers thinking about police reform?
Disciplining and prosecuting police who break or skirt the law is not an easy task in the U.S.