Eight homeless individuals living in tents in Uptown say the city is trying to push them out by scheduling street cleanings where they live.
Six projects to strengthen South and West side communities will vie for a foundation’s $10 million Chicago Prize, to be awarded next spring.
Immigration experts said participating in the marijuana industry or using marijuana can have grave consequences for noncitizen immigrants.
A federal court complaint alleges that an Orland Park landlord treated black prospective tenants differently than white applicants.
Officials said undercounting children in the census could result in the loss of crucial resources that could help them, such as food stamps.
Chicago police officers shot and killed the Illinois Black Panther leader 50 years ago. Reset took a look back at his life and work.
People with disabilities and the elderly struggle to use public transit in the Chicago region, according to a new report.
Poor reading and math skills keep some out of manufacturing. “Our public education systems are failing,” said Congressman Danny Davis.
Project S.O.A.R. provides CHA youth, ages 14 to 20, with one-on-one coaching to support their college and career plans after high school.
KP of Black Belt Eagle Scout stands up, points the way for indigenous youth.