Visually Impaired Say There's Big Benefit To MyEye 2, An Eyeglass-Mounted Device That Reads And Talks To YouA new device is changing the lives of people with vision problems.
A Look At Preparations For The 2020 Women's MarchHundreds of thousands of marchers twice turned Chicago’s downtown into a sea of pink for the Women’s March Chicago – and this weekend, the event is back.
Covenant House Illinois Offers Fresh Start For Young Homeless Men And WomenYoung homeless men and women in Chicago are getting a chance at a fresh start – from mental health counseling and drug recovery to job help and housing.
Giovanni Francese Is Completely Blind And Owns A Successful Vending Business In Lake Point TowerDon’t ever tell Giovanni Franceschi he can’t do something – he’ll prove you wrong.
Red Cross Helps Save Lives By Training People How To Perform CPRCPR saves lives, but the American Heart Association reports that 70% of Americans feel helpless in a cardiac emergency, because the don’t know what to do.
U.S. Dept. Of Labor Issues $1.6 Million In Penalties For Waukegan Plant ExplosionOSHA cited AB Specialty Silicones for 12 willful federal safety violations in the May 3 explosion.
PAWS Community Cat Program Looks After Stray Cats In EnglewoodPAWS Chicago oversees communities of cats living on the streets of Chicago.
Bucktown Residents: 'The Couple' Is Back; Stealing Items From Homes, LawnsNeighbors created a spreadsheet to keep tabs of all the thefts. Dozens of stolen items over the last two years, with pictures and videos to prove it.
Special Delivery: Old Post Office Opens For New Business"It was a mandate that we preserved it. This building is a city landmark."
South Suburban Thrift Store Sells Hope And Redemption"Restoration Ministries gives second chances, and third chances," Roldan said. "If you want to change your life and you want things to be different, this is the place to come."
Both Sides Still Far Apart As Teachers Strike Date ApproachesTeachers want a 15% pay raise over three years. The city is offering teachers a 16% raise over five years. Teachers also want smaller class sizes, claiming some have as many as 40 students.