'I Want To Enjoy People Again': Community Group Hits North Lawndale To Get People The COVID VaccineThe team is doing the neighborhood walks every other week. Twelve residents signed up to get the COVID vaccine.
Chicago Alderman Uses Old Fashioned Way To Get Information Out On COVID-19"What the newsletter said was call me office. We're here to help. To let you know where the nearest food pantry can be found and let you know how to apply for unemployment."
Report: YouTube To Pay FTC Fine Over Kids' Data ProtectionConcerns have been raised about how YouTube collects minors' information and also about comments from pedophiles that have plagued the site.
Chicago Unveils New 311 AppCity residents can take pictures of downed tree limbs and graffiti and send it to 311 and track progress on those requests.
Twitter Airs Election Meddling DataOperators linked to Russia, Iran and likely other nations have posted images, videos and other content that is intended to intensify political discord by promoting extreme views from multiple political angles.
Did You Just Give Spotify Permission To Invade Your Privacy?Personally, I'm excited at the thought of them seeing some of my photos -- my selfies are the bomb. I could understand if you're not comfortable with this invasion of privacy though.
VIDEO: A Time Lapsed Tour Of The Entire 606 TrailAfter a decade in the making, the 606 Trail finally opened this past weekend. I decided to ride the entire trail during the opening weekend and mount a camera on my bike to document the experience.
Laptop With Patient Data Stolen From Northwestern Healthcare EmployeeThe health system said the laptop was in an employee’s vehicle that was stolen Oct. 21. It contained the health information of about 2,800 patients.