Consider volunteering your time at one of many places that help those in need during the holidays. There are a variety of tasks you could do from cooking, serving food, preparing care packages, driving, and even just visiting…
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In two of the cases, police say, victims described the suspects as having either pink eyes or yellow eyes.
Father Roy Bourgeois has turned to leading a one-man campaign for women priests. A Joliet priest tells CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley his opinion should be heard.
A project at the University of Illinois may bust the stereotype of young women backing away from careers in science.
A 27-year-old Chicago woman is suing the city because she says she wants to be a firefighter – and she failed a physical screening test she says is discriminatory.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acknowledges his administration is looking at offering paid maternity leave for city workers, for the first time in Chicago history.
A study on flaxseed, released over the weekend at a conference of oncologists in Chicago, is disappointing for women wanting to control their hot flashes by eating the seed.
Women wear their bras for up to 16 hours a day, but they may not be doing the job.
The Guardian Angels have descended on the CTA Green Line ‘L’ in Oak Park, since five women have been beaten or robbed in recent weeks.
Demonstrators will be outside Holy Name Cathedral Tuesday afternoon, when priests of the Chicago Archdiocese celebrate mass in preparation for Holy Week.
A few hundred people–mostly women–turned out in Daley Plaza for a noontime rally to close the gender pay gap.
A University of Illinois at Chicago professor could play a key role in a landmark discrimination lawsuit against Wal-Mart, which is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
DePaul rallied from 14 down to defeat Penn State 75-73 in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Heart Disease is the leading killer of women, but heart month is here, and awareness is spreading.
There was another new twist Friday in the flap over state Sen. James Meeks comments about who should and should not get a boost in city contracting.
Mayoral Candidate James Meeks was clarifying some comments he made about which groups should and should not be included in minority contracting set-aside programs.
Once called an “iconic social enterprise”, a one of a kind business in Chicago that trained low income women for work, has shut down.