Lawyers say Will County is violating a state law by holding Norberto Navarro without charge because he is a witness to a fatal car crash.
Go Green Community Fresh Market, a profound departure from corner stores on the city’s South and West sides, opens Tuesday at 63rd and Racine.
The Mexican Consulate in Chicago takes a big step toward affirming the gender identity of trans women
Mexican transgender nationals can now get changes to their birth certificates and passports from Mexican consulate offices in the U.S.
Nearly 80% of survey respondents were either “somewhat unsupportive” or “highly unsupportive” of a casino in The 78 megadevelopment.
Richard Hunt will create a sculpture of a bird emerging with upright wings from a book as “a symbol of things expanding, rising up.”
Chicagoans react to Russian invasion of Ukraine and prepare for end of mask and vaccine mandates next week. FBI raids a fourth COVID testing center.
They were one of Chicago’s first Black power couples, helping freedom-seeking Black people and fighting for voting rights in the 1800s.
The activist was a passionate voice for voting and women’s rights, as well as better economic opportunities for Black people.
Celebrities and Instagram devotees may have had plastic surgery or used other enhancements to achieve the popular figure.