The city’s response to violence at Millennium Park and alderpeople discuss Chicago’s newly-approved ward map. Plus, the rise in racist hate crimes and white supremacy, and business headlines from Crain’s.
President Biden hits town. Plus, an exclusive report on House Speaker Chris Welch’s influence on his wife’s judicial campaign. And Northwestern launches a first-of-its-kind study on lung disease.
A committee of alderpeople are briefed on Chicago’s casino plan. Plus, the city’s top doc on COVID risk. A gubernatorial candidate won’t say if he voted for President Donald Trump. And teens work to transforming the Austin community.
Supreme Court political fallout. The state joins a lawsuit against the U.S. Postal Service. The fight to preserve historic loop buildings. And a renovated Chicago theater readies for its closeup.
How to tell if your symptoms are from allergies or COVID. Plus, the latest on the Russian invasion in Ukraine. Meet the city’s newly-confirmed watchdog. And reaction to Whole Foods leaving Englewood.
The fate of the mayor’s gas giveaway. Will Com Ed customers see big rebates? A local author calls for more community support for parents. And the Joffrey Ballet takes on a classic piece of literature.
The mayor’s controversial gang profits ordinance stalls, what Twitter could look like under Elon Musk and avian flu is on the rise in Illinois. Plus, inside the turmoil at the Chicago Reader and the city’s role in inventing the pizza puff.
Mask confusion over new public transit guidelines. Plus, the mayor’s gas giveaway plan moves forward, why youth mental illness is soaring, and a battle of three billionaires in the governor’s race.