Chicagoans without shelter face the tough choice between the streets and shared air.
Health is a civic undertaking.
The Countering Violent Extremism program is meant to stop terrorism and hate crimes before they happen, but critics say it’s yet another excuse to spy on Muslims.
Also, Chicago police used a Trump Hotel conference room during the Women’s March.
Also, public health officials warn passengers about a possible measles exposure at O’Hare.
Also, a lawsuit is hoping to block the Cook County soda tax at the last minute.
Also, Emanuel tried to refute Census Bureau data with unscientific U-Haul report.
Also, a study has linked high blood pressure to segregated neighborhoods.
Also, the Chicago Blues Experience museum is set to open near Millennium Park in 2019.
Also, some Danish ideas for staying sane this winter.
Also, an artist wants to install a photo mural of Michelle Obama on the first lady’s south-side elementary school.
Also, the Chicago Park District shuts down 445 outdoor drinking fountains with high lead levels.
Also, there are 46 reported cases of the Zika virus in Illinois.
Also, the city will start testing tap water for lead on higher-risk streets.
Also, Richard Roeper responds to his Ghostbusters haters.