Friday is World Water Day. I challenge Chicagoans to take this day to change how we think about water and how we reuse it.
The new thinking seems to be: “Why bother with an ounce of prevention when taxpayers will fund a pound of cure?”
In Illinois, banks will not do business with companies involved in growing or selling marijuana because federal banking regulations prohibit it.
“There I go again,” he’d catch himself, “telling stories about war and soldiers instead of teaching discipline and military tactics.”
UIC has downplayed oversight problems on child psychiatrist’s research, but documents show the school acknowledged lapses to federal officials.
With Chicago’s historic election for mayor entering the home stretch, perhaps this is the time to remember another remarkable moment in the city’s pol
Preckwinkle criticized a city program aimed in part at increasing the supply of affordable housing in better-off neighborhoods that have high rents.
Chicago taxpayers paid more than $85 million last year to settle police misconduct lawsuits, $28 million more for lawyers, records show.
For the first time in a Marvel superhero movie, the lead hero was a woman — a former Air Force pilot, in fact.
Legislation to raise the legal age to buy tobacco products to 21 is headed to Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s desk.
The issue has ballooned into one over not just hoop houses, but the pre-emption of home rule powers.
The Executive Committee passed state Sen. Tony Munoz’s Senate Bill 145 on a 13-4 partisan-line vote Wednesday.
Rahm Emanuel’s narrative about success in Chicago Public Schools ignores school closings, budget cuts and other facts that are not so rosy.
The closures come eight months after its shelters for immigrant children came under public scrutiny over allegations of abuse and lax supervision.