Bronzeville Native Dr. William Yates Is On A Mission To Bring Temperature Scanners To Public Places In ChicagoA Chicago doctor is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago.
New Marijuana Dispensary Opening On Weed Street, But Other Dispensary Licenses Are Stuck On Indefinite PauseThe second recreational-only marijuana dispensary in Chicago opens Wednesday, on – believe it or not - Weed Street.
'It Would Completely Kill It'; Chicago Hookah Lounge Owners Worried About Ordinance"For me personally, it would take a business I've worked incredibly hard, paid a lot of taxes over the years and employ a lot of people and it would completely kill it."
Chicago And Illinois Minimum Wage Hikes Begin July 1; City's Predictable Work Schedule Ordinance Also Goes Into EffectStarting July 1, the minimum wage in Chicago will rise to at least $13.50 per hour, while most of the rest of Illinois will see the minimum wage go up to $10.
Facebook To Build $800 Million Data Storage Center In DeKalbThe project will create an estimated 1,200 construction jobs, and 100 operational jobs for data technicians, engineers, facility managers, logistics professionals, and security personnel.
Woman Says After Losing RushCard Prepaid Debit Card, Company Has Kept Her From Her Money For MonthsWhen you lose your debit card, you usually get a replacement in the mail with your money still on it. But a Calumet City woman said that was not the case for her.
Michelin-Star Blackbird Restaurant Going Out Of Business Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Michelin-star restaurant Blackbird announced Monday that it is going out of business.
Amazon Now Taking Applications For Jobs At Robotic Fulfillment Centers In Markham And MattesonAmazon is now taking applications for two new distribution centers that will be opening in the south suburbs.
Unemployed Chicagoan Records Calls To IDES Showing Frustration Just To Get Through"I'm going to stream this to make it a bit lighthearted to poke fun at how ridiculous the situation is for me, and for countless other people."
FAA Authorizes Boeing To Begin Test Flights Of Grounded 737 Max PlanesBoeing has received clearance to begin test flights of its troubled 737 Max jet, a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday. The test flights of could begin as early as Monday.
Chinatown Reopens After COVID-19 Fears; 'It Really Hurts Our Reputation'"I thought it was gonna be really short term and it ended up being two months."
With Restaurants Reopening, Co-Owner Of Alinea Group Wants Better Government Health Guidance For COVID-19 PrecautionsThe man behind one of the most successful restaurant groups in Chicago has a request businesses rarely make – for more government regulation.
Lightfoot: Free High Speed Internet Available To 100,000 CPS Students"This program is a critical component of our STEP agenda and the efforts to end poverty and a part of our mission to drive improved academic outcomes at CPS.”
Chicago CEOs Discuss 'New Better' As Companies Make COVID-19 Changes"New better means how you connect with each other and connect with clients, with customers, how you support hiring, training, inclusion, all of those pieces."
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.