Banana Bread Recipe Combats Uptick In Domestic Violence Incidents During The Pandemic; 'The Response Has Been Overwhelming'"We had heard nationally that there was an uptick of 25% in calls about domestic violence cases. What we've experienced at the clinic is actually an uptick of 44%. And I can tell you that all of my attorneys are at full capacity."
Voters Concerned Mail-In Ballots Won't Be Processed: 'What's Going On?'The online tracking will show them still there until election judges triple check signatures to verify the ballots.
The Trial Of The Chicago 7: A Look At The Real-Life Journal Of A JurorThis has been a year of protests and unrest, recalling a similar time more than half a century ago in Chicago.
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case On Whether Drivers Can Get Cars Back From Chicago Auto Pound After Filing For BankruptcyThe U.S. Supreme Court is deciding whether drivers can get their cars back from the city auto pound after they file for bankruptcy.
Food Insecurity Is An Issue For Many College Students, And UIC Pop-Up Pantry Has Stepped In To HelpThe report Hunger on Campus found up to half of U.S. college students report food insecurity. The University of Illinois at Chicago is tackling the problem head-on with a pop-up food pantry for students.
Mail-In Ballots For The Chicago Area Are Being Checked, Even The Ones Voters Say Are Being Rejected"When we receive those ballots back, we have a team of three judges who must review the envelope. And make sure the signature matches what we have on our voter rolls for that particular voter, and it has to be a unanimous decision by all the judges."
The Role Of Television In Presidential Debates, From Kennedy And Nixon In 1960 To TodaySixty years ago this past Saturday, Studio 1 at the old CBS Chicago building at 630 N. McClurg Ct. hosted the first presidential debate ever televised.
Gov. Pritzker Has Vowed To Make Changes At DCFS, But Multiple Children Whose Families Were Investigated Have Still Been KilledGov. JB Pritzker has promised to make changes at the DCFS to protect children like the girl who was killed this weekend, Serenity Arrington. Still, dozens of children whose families were investigated by the DCFS have been killed in just the last year.
Chicago Parents On The City's South And West Side Juggle Kids' E-Learning, Jobs"You need a parent or guardian present to navigate these kids through this process."
On Labor Day, Plans Continue For Opening Of Pullman National Monument Center"We're also laying the foundation for preserving our country's storied history of labor and civil rights activism where Chicago played a central role."
CDC Rules Regarding COVID-19 Postpone Some Evictions"We're all in a pandemic right together. So I'm looking to help my fellow man, but I'm also looking to keep my head above water while this is happening because I have a family to feed as well."
Amid Ongoing Issues With Village, Terrance Wallace Brings At-Risk Boys To Live With Him In Barrington Hills MansionTuesday marked a fresh start for some young African-American boys from Chicago’s roughest neighborhoods.
FedEx Workers Surprised By Snake Sliding Around BoxesIt's the second time in one week Aguilar had to retrieve a snake. Last Thursday, CBS 2 reported he picked up a python from a home in Woodlawn.
Chadwick Boseman Had Special Relationship With Chicago Theater Group"There's no way this can real. There's no way that we lost such a powerful young, gifted Black man who touched so many lives. Mine personally."
Mother-Daughter Business Owners Try To Salvage Ice Cream Shop After The Pandemic, City Unrest"We were the projected to have an amazing year before the pandemic happened."