Northwestern Medicine’s Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute celebrated the success of its new heart valve replacement technology.
To make room in Louisiana shelters for pets displaced by floods, PAWS Chicago brought back 26 stray cats and dogs that soon will be up for adoption.
Anti-abortion activists filed a federal lawsuit against City Hall on Tuesday, arguing that an ordinance restricting protesters is unconstitutional.
Art by young hospital patients is on display at Riverside Plaza to promote Snow City Arts’ Sept. 9 gallery night at the School of the Art Institute.
Andre Partee, Amiya Mahone and Jaquan Wade’s school project to tackle gun violence and racial stereotypes won nation recognition.
Don Henley, who plays Ravinia in Highland Park Sunday and Monday, talks about his new album, collaborating and the real meaning of “Hotel California.”
A 112-year-old George Washington statue on the South Side will undergo a three-month restoration and be moved a little farther away from traffic.
Special Olympics Illinois hosted its annual Windy City Rubber Ducky Derby on the Chicago River on Thursday.