More than 400 Chicagoans crowded onto the museum’s western steps, as depicted in an 1893 photo, to help mark the museum’s anniversary.
Striking Acero teachers and the charter network’s executives still remain far apart on class-sizes and salary increases, leaders said Saturday.
The two suburban Democrats on Tuesday night rode the “blue wave” that’s expected to take control of the GOP-led U.S House.
Illinois’ high school grads increasingly have gone out-of-state for college in recent years. Students and high school counselors talk about why.
The convenience mart at 113 S. Franklin St. will be the only one outside Seattle operating without cashiers – and the fourth nationwide.
The award recognizes journalists who go above and beyond in their coverage of Chicago’s diverse communities.
In addition to an administrative building, the new location will feature a field house, playground and spray pool and three artificial turf fields.
Lovell’s Apollo 8 mission was the first to orbit the moon. “This was a real adventure,” he said. “It was like a mini Lewis and Clark expedition.”
“This union, the CTU, followed Karen Lewis into battle, and today we’ve won,” Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey said Tuesday.
Travelers looking to save on gas should plan to fill up in southern Wisconsin and northwest Indiana rather than at Chicago stations this weekend.
“I never thought in a million years that they would need to be protected from the man who was supposed to be their father.”
Carl Malinowski suffered the most serious injuries in Thursday’s explosion at the Calumet Water Reclamation Plant.
Ten people were hurt in an explosion that caused a building collapse Thursday morning at a water reclamation plant on the Far South Side.
Madigan said she would work with state’s attorney’s and law enforcement across Illinois to conduct a full investigation.
Mason and Addison Sanders were killed Monday by their father, authorities said.