Amid fallout from sex abuse allegations, park district officials will pay $425 an hour to a former prosecutor for help with reforms.
The city stopped inoculating the trees against emerald ash borer in 2018, saying it’s better to replace them. Some activists are pushing to restart the program.
Four people are now known to have stepped down following accusations of sexual misconduct as an investigation into abuse among lifeguards continues.
ADP chief economist Nela Richardson breaks down the latest jobs report and why the nation’s economic recovery hasn’t reached everyone.
Fifty-six young women complained of sexual misconduct in 2020. Officials now say they didn’t give them “the prompt compassion and respect you deserve.”
Right now, there are a record number of job positions open, but hiring — and getting hired — has never been more of a headache.
The Congressman is pushing for more security at gun shops after the Chicago Tribune tracked a gun used in 27 Chicago shootings.
Ald. Rossana Rodríguez Sánchez adds to the growing pressure on Park District CEO Michael Kelly, who has defended his handling of the sex abuse allegations.
Thousands marched in Chicago, Springfield, Ill. and cities across the U.S. on Saturday in support of reproductive rights.
The Fraternal Order of Police has pushed back the loudest against the mandate, which still lacks final details and will kick in on Oct. 15.