Chicago was left with one fewer greasy spoon Friday morning, and it wasn’t because of the COVID-19 shutdown
Plaintiffs want the court to declare a public health emergency does not exist and that Gov. Pritzker be barred from exercising powers under the Emergency Management Act.
At least five Chicago police officers, including a commander, face suspension following a probe of former Superintendent Eddie Johnson’s conduct
Illinois records 4,015 new coronavirus cases, a new single-day record, and 53 deaths, the most in a day since late June
A Black admissions worker resigned from Loyola University, citing a “toxic atmosphere.” His departure has prompted a discrimination probe and calls for racial justice on campus.
Hundreds of people swept through the Magnificent Mile and other parts of downtown Chicago early Monday, smashing windows, looting stores and clashing with police for hours
Amazon officially took over Whole Foods today, and prices have already dropped by as much as 43 percent
Gov. Rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate his commitment to racial diversity: “It’s really, really good. Diversity!”