Hurricane Fiona hits Puerto Rico. (CNN)

Hurricane Fiona swept through Puerto Rico last weekend leaving millions without power. Now, residents are left to recover and rebuild once again. In Chicago, local organizations and officials are coming together to support people on the island.

After taking a year and a half off due to the pandemic, the Puerto Rican Festival has returned for its 39th year in Humboldt Park. (Daniel Ramos / Puerto Rican Festival)

After taking a year and a half off due to the pandemic, the Puerto Rican Festival has returned for its 39th year in Humboldt Park.

Warblers are among the birds people can expect to see at Big Marsh. (Skeeze / Pixabay)

The all-day event Saturday will take advantage of a sweet spot in the migratory timeline, with organizers expecting to record outgoing and incoming species.

Humboldt Park neighbors come together to get gangs off the street corner. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.

Dreaded Invaders Found in Chicago Lagoons

The Shedd Aquarium unveils three giant new Bighead Asian Carp. But just where were they caught, and what does it tell us about the battle to keep these invaders away from the Great Lakes? 

Geoffrey Baer tells us about the Chicago roots of The Wizard of Oz and other fascinating facts, as we continue Biking the Boulevards tonight through Garfield Park and Humboldt Park.

New Data for Cook County Released

More than 20 percent of Chicagoans don't know where their next meal is coming from. A new study by the Greater Chicago Food Depository reveals hunger across Cook County. Carol Marin takes a look at who's being hit hardest and why.