Sergio del Cid left Guatemala when he was 9. Carlos Roa was only 2. Now, they’re among 42,000 “Dreamers” in Illinois awaiting word on DACA.
Metro intern for the Sun-Times.
Since last month, some of the 33 cats that were rescued have been adopted, but more than half are still looking for homes.
President Donald Trump and House Republicans celebrated when the American Health Care Act passed the House, but it is unclear what happens next.
The march will start at noon on May 15 with a kick-off rally at the Thompson Center.
Dozens gathered to rally at Tenochtitlan Plaza in Pilsen before joining a larger rally at Union Park; from there, a march to the Loop was planned.
Animal rescuers found 33 healthy cats — and meticulous journal entries detailing each cat’s personality and behavior.
In a Washington family courtroom Friday morning, a judge set a June 1 status hearing for the couple to report their progress.
Democrats will face a well-funded incumbent in Gov. Bruce Rauner, who earlier this month had $50.8 million on hand for his re-election campaign.
State Sen. Jacqueline Collins says a person’s ZIP code or credit score can be used as proxies for race.
State officials say that they’re making changes to Illinois’ newly designed license plates to make them easier to read.
Several dozen people walked through the streets of Englewood Friday to call for peace and honor their relatives killed by gun violence.
The lawmakers have introduced bills to allow adults 21 and older to possess, grow, and buy marijuana. Possession of up to 28 grams would be legal.
Hundreds of Cubs fans attended Monday’s opening ceremony of The Park, a new outdoor plaza just west of Wrigley Field.