Coronavirus In Chicago: Voters Cautious, But Still Turn Out For Early Voting In Illinois PrimaryDespite the coronavirus outbreak, the Illinois primary is still scheduled to go on as planned Tuesday.
Coronavirus Is Causing Big Problems For Some Who Are Planning WeddingsFor many brides and grooms, planning a wedding is an exciting, but stressful time – even under completely normal and typical circumstances.
Coronavirus Fears Sideline CSU Basketball Team For Home And Away GamesNot all CSU games are cancelled. In fact, the men's baseball team is traveling to Atlanta. A school spokesperson said the risk there is not as high.
Mayor Emanuel Defends His Record In Office In New Book, 'The Nation City'You could call former Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new book part memoir, part public policy manual.
South Loop School Parents Appalled At School Lunch Rule Instituted Over Worries About MarijuanaNow that marijuana is legal in Illinois, one Chicago public school wanted to protect its students from exposure to cannabis by changing the lunch policy.
Crashing Lake Michigan Waves Flood Rogers Park Garage A Second TimeFor the second time in a little more than a month, a garage near the lakefront in Rogers Park has been left flooded.
Blagojevich, A Criminal Justice Reformer? Critics Say He Didn't Do Much As Governor"Through all channels, through all connections, that anyone had, we just could not get answers to those petitions."
After Latest Shooting In Subway Downtown, Worries On The Rise About Crime On CTA At All Times Of DayChicago Police said Monday afternoon they have good leads in their investigation of an overnight shooting that killed one man and wounded two others in a passageway between two CTA Loop subway stations.
Confusion Continues As Dr. Koinis' Suicide Note Hints At Not Vaccinating Kids, Doctoring RecordsThe note he left indicated he might not have given some of his young patients vaccinations.
Evergreen Park Dr. Van Koinis' Suicide Note Details Regret Over Vaccination PracticesThe sheriff's office said his suicide note indicates there might problem with records he kept regarding the vaccinations children received or did not receive at his office on West 95th Street in Evergreen Park.
Chicago's Oscar Winning Director Of 'Hair Love' Matthew Cherry Says The Cute Story Has A Serious Message"It felt like an opportunity to showcase a black family in animation which is so rarely done."