Fidel Marquez, Jr. was the power company’s top in-house lobbyist. He faces federal bribery and conspiracy charges for helping steer jobs and contracts to the speaker’s allies.
With less than a month to complete the census, the response in some Chicago-area communities lags far behind rates from the last census.
Reset checked in with the Chicago Public Library for all the details on this year’s “One Book, One Chicago” pick.
Season 3 of WBEZ’s Motive podcast examines the origins of the youth white supremacist movement in America.
To understand today’s white supremacist movement, look at the last time hate pulled in young Americans. Preview WBEZ’s new season of Motive.
The hospital says that shouldn’t affect patient care on the South Side, but public health officials argue the area is a “health care desert.”
Of course it isn’t! We got ahold of NPR books editor Barrie Hardymon to get recommendations for some great autumn reads.
A man suspected of fatally shooting a supporter of a right-wing group in Portland, Ore., last week was killed late Thursday as investigators tried to arrest him.
Biden followed his meeting with Blake’s family and representatives with a community discussion in Kenosha, which included business and civic leaders and at least two representatives of law enforcement.
The high-end restaurant for the rich and famous has served Oprah Winfrey, Colin Farrell and then- President Barack Obama.
Some parents are paying for extra help to oversee remote learning pods — an option not all can afford. Parents and educators have a solution.
The family of Miguel Vega held a vigil Wednesday night to mourn his loss and to demand answers from Chicago police about his killing.
Another 881,000 people applied for state unemployment benefits last week, the Labor Department says. That’s down from the previous week, but the report comes with an asterisk.
Even if the trends reflect mostly angst rather than full-blown psychiatric illness, experts say the problem stems from financial stress and anxiety over racial and political upheaval.
Urbana-Champaign officials say students hosting parties will be suspended and students will be removed if they fail to follow safety rules.