Stories by Lynnea Domienik
Another City Council member enters the 2023 mayoral race. Plus, officials announce plans for the biggest solar-powered facility in Illinois.
Advocates say the work model could lower transportation emissions and the need to heat and cool office buildings.
After years with the Chicago Reader and decades in community journalism, Baim will turn over leadership to fresh voices by the end of the year.
It’s an expansive region, stretching from the Appalachian foothills to the Great Plains. But the exact states are up for debate.
A month after the Highland Park July 4th parade shooting, a North Shore superintendent outlines plans for school safety in the area.
Steve Schlegel is swimming as a cancer patient and in honor of his daughter who died from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 31 years old.
After backing out of several previous climate bills, Sen. Joe Manchin from West Virginia agreed to a compromise.
Hadi Abuatelah was released from juvenile detention Tuesday, after being hospitalized for injuries he sustained during his arrest.
Fourteen workers sued the hospital system in October, alleging they lost their jobs over religious objections to getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Gov. JB Pritzker announced Friday a new state office that will spend the funds over the next 18 years.