President Trump Meets With Kenosha Business Owners, Announces $4 Million In Federal Aid To RebuildIn his visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday, President Donald Trump saw firsthand some of the businesses that were burned out there during civil unrest last week, following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police.
Kenosha Shooting: Mayor Says 'Timing Is Wrong' For President Trump's Visit"I think that Kenosha at this present time needs peace, and needs to heal, and needs people to allow us to do that."
Kenosha Shooting: Video Shows Suspected Gunman Kyle Rittenhouse Being Allowed To Leave SceneThe violence that erupted in Kenosha and ended up leaving two people dead and a third injured overnight Tuesday into Wednesday unfolded on social media.
LIVE UPDATES: Unrest In Kenosha After Police Shoot Jacob BlakeFires, looting, and confrontations with police have erupted in Kenosha, Wisconsin after a police officer shot a Black man in the back seven times on Sunday, seriously wounding him.
Protesters Face Off With Police For Second Night In Kenosha Following Shooting Of Jacob Blake By PoliceThe Wisconsin National Guard was headed to Kenosha Monday afternoon – the day after a white police officer shot a Black man in front of his kids.
An Exclusive Look At The "Game Changing" Saliva COVID Test Developed At The University Of IllinoisThe test isn't proprietary, so other institutions can replicate. And they've been eager to do just that.
Suburban Chicago School Districts Scramble To Get E-Learning Plans Ready For The Fall"Our schools were not built for a pandemic."
Prosecutors Charge Three With Threatening Women In R. Kelly Sex Abuse CaseFederal prosecutors announced charges Wednesday against three men accused of threatening and intimidating women who have accused R&B singer R. Kelly of abuse, including one man suspected of setting fire to a vehicle in Florida.
Spotlight On Chicago's Response To Widespread UnrestThe mayor wants punishment with more teeth and a signal that in Chicago, when you do this, you pay a massive price.
Fall Sports Limbo: IHSA Plan Still Not Approved By IDPH Four Days Before Season To StartA day after Chicago schools announced it is going all remote, there are more questions than answers about what is ahead for students and their families, including fall sports.
CPS Announces New School Year Will Start With All Students Learning Remotely Due To Rising COVID-19 CasesThe district originally planned a hybrid model of both remote learning and in-class instruction, but now will move to an entirely virtual plan to start the school year.