by Kira Lerner Nov 12, 2014
Nearly 2,000 election judges didn't show up on Election Day because of the misleading robocalls.
by Katie Valentine Sep 26, 2014
"Doing business in the city is increasingly difficult," the company president said.
by Jeff Spross Jul 23, 2014
Roughly 600 Chicago buildings were flooded by sewage last year as increased rainfall from climate change overwhelms the city's aging waste water infrastructure.
by Adam Peck Jul 20, 2014
Shamiya Adams was making s'mores when a stray bullet struck and killed her. She was one of 22 people shot in a 12-hour span over the weekend.
by Bryce Covert Jul 8, 2014
September will mark the first time that all Chicago students can get free meals, regardless of income.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 5, 2014
"Today, we’re saying enough is enough -- it’s time for these companies to end these irresponsible practices and be held accountable for their deceptive actions."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 29, 2014
A district-wide test tasked seventh graders with picking the stronger of two anti-immigration positions before officials temporarily pulled the question.
by Igor Volsky May 20, 2014
The police officer yelled racial and ethnic slurs and predicted that the owners of the salon would kill her and her family.
by Emily Atkin May 12, 2014
Illinois law does not mandate that these large piles of oil refining byproduct be covered or enclosed.
by Joanna M. Foster Mar 27, 2014
The New York City Council introduced legislation Wednesday that would charge customers 10 cents for plastic or paper bags at most city stores.