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When it comes to physical education, a new report shows many states aren't measuring up to national recommendations, including Illinois. Only Oregon and the District... [Read More]
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A new book by a Chicago community activist and mentor explains how cities can become safer and more equitable, and why we all have a... [Read More]
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The Environmental Protection Agency will soon begin removing up to 2 feet of contaminated soil from as many as 15 homes near a storage facility... [Read More]
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Garfield Park Conservatory is reopening its 10 acres of outdoor gardens in phases. (Courtesy of Garfield Park Conservatory) The Garfield Park Conservatory is taking a phased... [Read More]
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Patrons might be flocking back to Chicago's bars and restaurants in phase four of the state's reopening plan, but there's one major industry still waging... [Read More]
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An effort to ban the sale of all flavored tobacco products in Chicago will take center stage Monday, as aldermen redouble their effort to reduce... [Read More]
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A "perfect storm" is to blame for the surge in homicides during June, which has put the city on pace to record more murders than... [Read More]
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Watch the July 1, 2020 full episode of "Chicago Tonight." [Read More]
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Why artwork small enough to fit on a postage stamp is causing some trouble for the United States Postal Service. [Read More]
Public schools in Illinois are now required to include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in their lesson plans. The Inclusion Curriculum Law is one... [Read More]
The pandemic and economic shutdown have made it difficult for many people across the state to pay their rent, which is why Gov. J.B. Pritkzer... [Read More]
July 1 marks the start of Illinois' new fiscal year, which ushers in a bushel of new laws. Here are a handful that may come... [Read More]
Using state and federal funds, the local nonprofit will hire 600 people to conduct community-level contact tracing efforts to stamp out the coronavirus. [Read More]
What will weddings look like in the age of COVID-19? Here's what betrothed couples and their guests can expect as Illinois settles into phase four... [Read More]
Health officials say a Cook County production facility is the "likely cause" of an outbreak of an intestinal illness linked to packaged salads that has... [Read More]
In the first six months of 2020, there have been 329 murders, matching the total recorded in the first half of 2016 – a year... [Read More]
A triathlon, a Greek food festival and a symphony performance; Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend. [Read More]
His voice is unmistakable. It has resonated through some of the world's most historic moments – even those when the Rev. Jesse Jackson made history... [Read More]
Instead of spending Tuesday in Springfield for the start of Illinois' 2020 legislative session, former state Sen. Martin Sandoval spent it in federal court in... [Read More]
Watch the March 25, 2020 full episode of "Chicago Tonight." [Read More]
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