Northwestern Alums Create 'The Seeker,' A Highly Accurate Football Thrower They Call A Robotic QBA pair of Northwestern University alums may have created the next big thing in football training, at least when it comes to skill position players.
ONLY ON 2: Few Masks Seen, Dance Floor Reportedly Open At Large Wedding In Niles; Cook County Health Officials InvestigateThe Cook County Department of Public Health on Thursday night was investigating a large wedding held this week in Niles.
St. Louis, New Orleans Archdioceses Call Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine 'Morally Compromised;' Chicago Archdiocese Says It Will Follow Pope's GuidanceThe archdioceses of St. Louis and New Orleans have called the recently-approved Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine “morally compromised.”
Text Messages From Cook County Health Asking For Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination Get Mistaken For Scams -- But They Aren'tWhen a viewer reached out to us about a text from Cook County asking for a picture of their vaccination record card - they thought was a scam - and so did we.
Doctors Say Newly-Approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Game-ChangerThe third COVID-19 vaccine, made by Johnson & Johnson, was headed to Chicago late Monday.
Howard Brown Expands Medical Care Services For Sexual Assault Survivors Who Previously Had To Go To HospitalsHoward Brown Health announced Monday that it is expanding medical care for sexual assault survivors.
Marquette University Plans To Hold Vast Majority Of Classes In Person This FallMarquette University announced Monday that it is planning to return to full in-person classes and student housing for the fall 2021 semester.
After Sharing Struggle To Find COVID-19 Vaccine, Political And Media Consultant Delmarie Cobb Has Now Received OneA well-known Chicago political and consultant who highlighted the struggle to find a COVID-19 vaccine now finally has it.
Indiana Cracking Down On Clinics Giving Vaccines To Illinois ResidentsSome clinics in the Chicago area are now cut off from getting any more shipments of first doses of COVID-19. They are being punished for breaking the rules.
A Sigh Of Relief And A Step Back To Normalcy As Northbrook Senior Home Residents Are VaccinatedSenior homes with high vaccination rates are taking baby steps back towards normalcy.
'We Do Not Stick Strictly To Those Phases': Arwady On Why Some Chicago Neighborhoods Are Allowing Anyone 18 And Over To Get A COVID Vaccine“Our vaccination strategy from day one has been to prioritize communities and settings that have been most impacted by COVID-19 and to distribute vaccine equitably."
Sick Kids On Medicaid In Northwest Indiana Are A Short Distance From Illinois, But State Makes Them Go All The Way To Indianapolis For TreatmentBeing a sick kid is hard, and taking care of one can be a full-time job. So why are so many critically ill children in Northwest Indiana having to be driven hours to see the specialists they need to survive?
Illinois Ranks Dead Last Among States For People With Second COVID-19 Doses Per 100,000; Gov. Pritzker Says There Is A Valid ReasonThe State of Illinois has touted its robust plan to rollout coronavirus vaccine statewide. So why are we at the very bottom of the list for second rounds shots of vaccine, per capita?
Chicago Vaccine Angels Try To Bridge Gap For Those Who Can’t Find Vaccine AppointmentsScoring a coronavirus vaccine appointment can feel a lot like a competition – as people with internet access and tech savvy can edge out others.
Celebrating Black History Makers: Dr. Ngozi Ezike Has Been Illinois' Guide During The COVID-19 PandemicIllinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike has been the calm, yet commanding voice we've needed over the year.