16th Annual AIDS Run and Walk ChicagoChicago area residents used Sunday's 16th annual AIDS Run and Walk to raise funds, but also to send a message to political leaders.
City Won't Cut Funding For Minority HIV/AIDS Care GroupsThe Emanuel Administration said it does not plan to cut funds for most providers working with African Americans with HIV and AIDS.
2 Investigators: Clinic's Email Blunder Compromises Privacy Of AIDS PatientThe Northstar Healthcare clinic in Chicago specializes in treating people with HIV or AIDS. Information about its patients is supposed to be kept confidential, CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
LGBT Community Center Receives $1.6M Grant For HIV/AIDS OutreachThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given a grant of more than $1.6 million to the Center on Halsted LGBT community center, which will use the funds to expand its services for young African-American and Latino men.
Chicago Looks Back 30 Years After First AIDS CasesThree decades after the first official mention of the AIDS virus by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chicago is looking back, and hoping the fourth decade of the disease will be the last.
AIDS Advocates, State Rep. Protest Cuts To AssistanceHIV prevention advocates and a state lawmaker are protesting a decision that would dramatically lower the limit for which Illinoisans can qualify for AIDS drug assistance.
Elizabeth Taylor's Ties To ChicagoShe was the Queen of the Nile, a southern belle and an American icon. On Wednesday, the world was remembering the great Elizabeth Taylor for her many roles. And Chicago was remembering her work for charity and local theater.
Report: State Budget Cuts Could Damage AIDS CareA report Wednesday says state budget cuts could leave thousands of low-income Illinois residents who have the AIDS virus with fewer choices for life-sustaining medicines.