Gov. JB Pritzker says Illinois is “not heading in the right direction” in terms of COVID-19.
As of Monday you can go to the popular park, but there are limits on access and group size, and face coverings are required.
Dr. Mia Taormina of the DuPage Medical Group breaks down the latest on COVID-19 in Illinois.
The first manned space flight from U.S. soil in nearly a decade was aborted at the last minute due to bad weather.
Reset brings in two infectious disease experts to answer your questions about COVID-19. Plus, we
Reset finds out how climate change will increase the frequency and intensity of diseases like COVID-19.
In a new report, the Union of Concerned Scientists asserts “the Trump administration’s assault on science is harming children’s health.”
WBEZ’s environment reporter shares some tips from his household’s efforts to curb plastic use.
We take a look at what strides Gov. JB Pritzker has made on the environment and energy during his first year in office with WBEZ Environment and Climate reporter Jerome McDonnell.
A retired ornithologist has 40 years of evidence that scientists say indicates a link between warming climate and smaller birds.