Officer Nicholas Jovanovich now faces firing as a result of the 2020 incident, in which he knocked out an activist’s tooth and seized her cell phone.
A bill to prevent trans children from sports teams that align with their gender identities stalled in the state assembly last year, but advocates warn the threat still looms large.
Russia’s violent history toward the LGBTQ+ community has many worried that anti-queer violence will be meted out in Ukraine.
One firefighter apparently used an official city email address to contribute.
Nurses say conditions remain dire more than a month after a standoff with the mayor.
Employees say a program that serves LGBTQI+ survivors of sexual assault is failing staff and patients.
Season three of Escaping the Odds, a podcast about entrepreneurship for the formerly incarcerated, dropped Tuesday.
Last year, COPA recommended three of the officers involved be fired. They still haven’t been.
Sources familiar with the department say the liaison office has become an understaffed PR ploy.
Amid an ongoing water crisis at one of Illinois’s largest prisons, an outside contractor was hired to test the water for lead but didn’t follow EPA regulations.
But despite delays, progressive alderpersons and activists remain hopeful on ECPS
Fewer than one in ten prison staffers have received a booster, even as cases spike in correctional facilities across the state.
Patti Flynn thought that April 2020 would be a momentous month. She was slated to fly from Chicago to India for gender-confirmation surgery, which would finally bring her body and […]
The 32-year-old statute was enacted during the height of homophobic panic about HIV and AIDS.
A double-digit entrance fee at a Rogers Park pride festival violated city rules—and left many in the queer community feeling exploited and excluded.