A new state law that reduced the number of voting precincts means fewer bilingual ballots and election judges across six languages.
According to Chicago’s Public Health Department, the number of HIV diagnoses reported in 2020 was the lowest total since 1987. But advocates say the data is also skewed.
Companies have terminated lucrative contracts with the controversial artist in recent weeks. Why has Ye paid no price for his denigration of Black people?
This Halloween feels different from the pandemic holidays of the last two years, and some traditions are forming.
Anti-Asian hate crimes are surging and advocates are working to protect Chicago’s Asian American community.
The national unemployment rate for this population stands at about 27%. State lawmakers want to help — and say small businesses and communities would benefit, too.
One in 12 Illinoisans face hunger, including one in 9 children. Feeding America and the Greater Chicago Food Depository are fighting back.
The CTA has faced ridership, reliability and safety issues. Meanwhile, Pace is set to cut 69 routes suspended due to COVID-19.
Only Link Card users who are elderly, homeless or are disabled qualify. In Chicago, they have five restaurants to choose from.
A team of professionals in the field has created a training model to combat racism.