Kevin Yun and Manu Edakara launched Beau after they found various on-demand beauty services for women but none offering haircuts for men.
A domestic worker once paid only $1 an hour was among those at a news conference to hail the newly-signed Illinois domestic workers bill of rights.
Chicago Public Schools students on Monday protested teacher and staff layoffs, which they said disproportionately affect low-income schools.
Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford wears protective gear to block shots, and he’s trying to help cops block them too.
A free, all-ages bash is planned for Saturday night on Northerly Island for the viewing of the Perseid meteor shower.
Through Cooking with Cops, officers at the Englewood police station on 63rd Street whip up nutritious dishes with at-risk kids.
Community organizers want residents to help protect their own neighborhoods on Labor Day after the police union’s call for cops to refuse overtime.
The Chicago Public Library, already the largest provider of free internet access, now lets patrons take the internet home with them.
The CTA and Metra will add trains this weekend to accommodate thousands of passengers headed for Lollapalooza in Grant Park.
Snapchat’s popular feature that lets users breathe fire or swap faces with friends violates Illinois’ biometric privacy law, a lawsuit alleges.
CPS teachers crashed a Bruce Rauner press conference Friday to confront the governor over his remarks that half of them are “virtually illiterate.”
Dozens of Pokémon-related services have popped up, including driving people around to hunt Pokémon.
Graceland Cemetery isn’t the only unusual place people are poking around for Pokémon while playing Pokémon Go.
On every street, it seems, people are pursuing Pokémon characters in a game called Pokémon GO, which has turned the city into a playground.
A Chicago-area woman wants to sue for the right to wear a pasta strainer, but she’s been ordered to get another driver’s license photo without one.