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It's estimated that roughly two billion people around the globe are now under some form of stay-at-home order. This significant slowdown in economic activity has... [Read More]
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The daughter of former Vice President Al Gore is founder of the Center for Earth Ethics, which frames the environmental crisis in moral terms. She... [Read More]
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A piping plover on Waukegan Beach in 2018. (Ethan Ellis / Flickr) Congratulations are in order for Chicago's favorite lovebirds, who are parents... [Read More]
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Grilling will be allowed again at Forest Preserves, as of July 9. (Pixabay) Summer is cautiously back on at the Cook County Forest... [Read More]
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Testing for COVID-19 involves inserting a swab deep into the nasal cavity. But the virus can also be detected in saliva, and early research by... [Read More]
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weeks ahead of the timeline outlined in the governor's reopening plan for Illinois. "We continue to hear from our constituents, those not protesting but who... [Read More]
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The University of Illinois at Chicago and Deerfield Management, a health care investment management firm, are launching a new company to accelerate the commercialization of... [Read More]
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(Alexas_Fotos / Pixabay) Cook County Jail detainees will train dogs from Chicago's animal shelter as part of a new program aimed at preparing... [Read More]
The federal government released a list of 55 colleges and universities, including University of Chicago and Knox College in Illinois, that are under investigation for... [Read More]
Do you believe oxygen can help heal wounds and injuries? Please input your comments below... Learn more here. [Read More]
As Latino communities scramble to understand why the coronavirus has hit them so hard, they're calling upon elected officials to do more to help reverse the... [Read More]
Four men were exonerated of false drug convictions Wednesday, joining more than 60 others who've been falsely convicted and later exonerated in cases related to... [Read More]
With murders up 34% and shootings up 45%, Mayor Lightfoot calls for an "all-hands-on-deck approach" to stopping violence. As the holiday weekend begins, Lightfoot orders... [Read More]
Food allergies affect 15 million Americans and cause approximately 30,000 emergency department visits each year. Can the restaurant industry help bring these figures down? [Read More]
"Be safe in all the ways that you can, protect yourself from the heat and protect yourself and all of Chicago from further spread of... [Read More]
Chicago's pension debt soared by approximately $1.7 billion in 2019, according to the city's audited annual financial report released Thursday. [Read More]
Chicago has the largest life expectancy gap of any big city in America. We speak with a researcher who says that while "there's no easy... [Read More]
State health officials urged businesses and residents to comply with public health measures as the state reports the coronavirus has spread throughout all of Illinois'... [Read More]
Keep wipes out of Chicago's sewer system. (Patty Wetli / WTTW) We've become a city of clean freaks, sanitizing every surface in sight... [Read More]
public Lincoln Park parkland adjacent to the Tadins' house, which they had appropriated as private property by erecting a hedge, according to reporting by Block Club... [Read More]
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