Marin Scott


Marin Scott is a Chicago Sun-Times intern.

The Brookfield and Lincoln Park zoos, closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, are using livestreaming to bring the animals and demonstrations to the public.
With public and private schools in Illinois ordered closed, some may switch to remote learning. How will going to school online work?
The 15,965-square-foot piece of land next to Pritzker Park will have a chance to become part of the C40 Reinventing Cities competition, a global initiative that works with cities to build sustainable spaces.
42 voting machines will be brought in during the first two weekends in March — marking the first time in the country a polling place will be available for pretrial detainees.
Founded in 1997, the nonprofit provides resources, information and programming to help Chicago’s students get into, through and out of college.
Chicago Police Officer George Davros noticed a shivering bundle on the side of the road while he was on patrol on the South Side in early January.
Mia Roberts was one of 13 fourth- and fifth-graders from Chicago Public Schools who competed in the event Friday.
City officials prepared to deploy 287 salt trucks to battle winter conditions expected through Saturday night.