Chicago synagogues ask for more security following the Texas hostage standoff.
COVID-19 cases again spike in nursing homes, what facilities can do to mitigate the surge.
A new law takes effect in Illinois in an effort to make birth control more accessible.
Why incarcerated people in Illinois say they are having difficulty getting basic items.
Meet a couple that used their stimulus checks to build a pet pantry.
No more utensils in your next take-out or delivery order. We share the details.
The newest entrant in the governor's race makes it official.
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“Un(re)solved,” a new exhibit is on display at the DuSable Museum.
We have a sneak peek at the latest season of PBS's "Wild Travels."
Americans 55 and older have died from opioid overdose from 500 deaths in 1999
Beware of some "pop-up" COVID sites that aren't run by the city.
Illinois schools cut quarantine time in half, following new CDC guidance.
Chicago has its first major museum union.
Students may be back in class, but there's no love lost between the mayor and the CTU.