A group of U.S. senators are trying to preserve regulations for the disposal of coal ash generated by coal-burning power plants, a mixture that can pollute drinking water if disposed of improperly.
There seems to be an unofficial renaissance of Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals by way of three classics from the 1940s. Is this mere coincidence, or a a much-needed balm?
“It’s been a great ride, but the time has come to move off into other ventures,” longtime critic John von Rhein wrote in a letter to readers Wednesday.
A Star Wars-themed skate, spring festivals, colorful kites and mint juleps usher in the weekend. Here are 10 things to do in and around Chicago.
Test results from soil samples collected at 27 homes near a bulk storage facility along the Calumet River reveal high levels of manganese.
Jo Lampert and Michael Cunio, who currently appear in “Jesus Christ Superstar” at Lyric Opera of Chicago, join us in performance and discussion.
The new head of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability talks about building trust with skeptical communities.
With a little more than nine months until the Chicago mayoral election, a seventh candidate has entered the race.
Meet the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor who says he’ll end corruption and restore financial stability in Springfield.
She’s been photographing Chicago for nearly 70 years. Meet artist Barbara Crane.
An income tax rate that would rise or fall based on your income level: Is that playing politics with your paycheck?