As College Classes Start This Fall, Students Face COVID Concerns"I'd say a lot of student groups are struggling (but) I am comfortable with it for now."
Some Marijuana Products Have Been In Short Supply, And Medical Users Say They're Feeling It MostIt has been six months since Illinois began selling marijuana for adult use, and though sales have been rising, some products can be in short supply.
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Upset With Boat Operators Over Lack Of Social Distancing"They had no pretense of social distancing."
Evanston Commemorates July 4th With A Virtual Celebration"It doesn't surprise me at all. That's just Evanston."
Despite Gradual Reopening, Economy Is Not Back On Track"We are still clearly not out of the weeds."
Concerns Mount Over Whether Contact Tracing Will Be A Match For COVID-19For months, we’ve heard contact tracing will bring the coronavirus pandemic under control. But will that work?
Chicago Area Hospital Workers Concerned About COVID-19 Spikes“It is grueling and certainly is a challenge for people who have put themselves on the front lines to be caregivers every day.”
Supt. Brown Blames Open-Air Drug Markets, Gangs Using Young Recruits With No Record, For Spate Of Violence In ChicagoIn decrying the gun violence that has left several children dead and wounded in the last two weeks, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said open-air drug markets were partially to blame.
Those Filing For Unemployment Get The Runaround; 'I Need Help And There's No Help'"Nobody answers the phone. Nobody helps you. The state is not helping its people."
After COVID-19 Closures, Gyms Reopen Statewide With Caution"I truly believe in science and I believe in data and I am nervous. And if we find it isn't safe, then we will stop doing it. Opening our business will not come at the cost of people's health for us."
Woman Hit, Pinned By City Dump Truck While Riding Bike In AvondaleA bicyclist was critically injured Tuesday morning, when a city dump truck hit her as they were both making a turn at an intersection in Logan Square.
Lightfoot: Phase 4 Starts Friday But Precautions Still Needed"It's because of the shared sacrifice that we are able to announce that Chicago will be able to take the next step."
Round Lake Park Homeowner Furious After Police Take Down Signs He Put Up To Protest Insurance CompanyA Round Lake Park homeowner who was frustrated with his insurance company put protest banners in his front yard, only to have the mayor order police to take them down.
Benefits Cut For Chicago-Area Hospital Workers Because Of COVID-19"It was shocking to me to be treated this way."
Pilsen Pantry Pitches In With Food Drive For Neighbors Miles Away In Auburn Gresham, Which Was Hard By LootingOn Monday, one community that was spared much of the violence was coming turning to help another that was hit hard.