According to Cook County data, 35% of residents speak a language other than English at home, while 14% of those people say they speak English less than “very well.” Meanwhile, migrants continue arriving in Chicago with limited to no English-speaking skills and few resources.
Stories by Emily Soto
Nov 16, 2023 | Emily Soto
Nov 6, 2023 | Emily Soto
Under the version approved, Chicago employers would have to give workers five sick days and five days of paid time off for any reason.
As Temperatures Drop, Volunteers and Medical Professionals Work to Prepare Migrants for a Chicago Winter
Nov 2, 2023 | Emily Soto
Chicago’s temperatures are dropping. This brings a new set of challenges for the more than 2,800 migrants living at police stations — most of whom have never experienced a Chicago winter.
Oct 27, 2023 | Emily Soto
A delegation of local leaders and community groups from Chicago who recently visited the southern border and Texas cities discuss their trip and the lessons they brought home.
Historic Little Village Fire Station on the Path to Receiving Landmark Status, Becoming Community Hub
Oct 19, 2023 | Emily Soto
If approved by the Chicago City Council, the National Museum of Mexican Art will acquire the building at 2358 S. Whipple St. It would be used by Yollocalli Arts Reach, an initiative of the museum aimed at providing arts and culture programming to teens and young adults.
Oct 16, 2023 | Emily Soto
The first president is the subject of the new book, “To Rescue the Constitution: George Washington and the Fragile American Experiment.” It’s the latest in a series of presidential books written by Fox News Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier.