Polish President Andrzej Duda is scheduled to have meetings with Gov. Bruce Rauner and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel during his two-day visit to Illinois.
A bill that would require mammogram providers to notify women whose test results show they have dense breast tissue, a risk factor for breast cancer, unanimously passed the Illinois House and Senate.
“From Swans to Science: 150 Years of Lincoln Park Zoo” takes visitors on a journey through the zoo’s 150-year history, which started with a gift of four swans in 1868.
Treating the progressive degenerative disease can be difficult. Researchers are hoping a wearable device can provide clinicians with more objective data to inform their treatment decisions.
Fewer than 2 percent of people arrested in Chicago last year met with an attorney while in police custody. Local advocates are looking to boost those numbers with a day of service Saturday.
Meet the authors of a new tell-all book that reveals the incredible story behind the little spacecraft that was the first to explore Pluto.
Chicagoans may soon find drinking fountains at their local parks have been shut off, removed or simply won’t stop flushing water. WBEZ reporter Monica Eng is covering the story and joins us with details.
Illinois farmers are hoping for progress in Washington, where the U.S. and China have begun a second round of trade talks.
Meghan Markle will become royalty this weekend when she weds Prince Harry. What you should pay attention to while you watch the festivities Saturday morning.
Meet Cook County’s award-winning chief information officer who is trying to bring 21st century IT solutions to county government.
Opponents and allies alike came together for a big vote Thursday on the future of the Obama Presidential Center in Jackson Park.
Your thoughts about a pilot program that lets some state workers bring their newborns to the office.