Morning Shift explores the problem of street harassment, hears stories from listeners and talks about how we can all help prevent harassment and assault.
There are thousands of food carts on city streets according to advocates, but only 27 of them are actually licensed.
Students must pass at least one unit of cursive writing by the end of fifth grade.
Esposito, a Cook County native, self-released the special challenging societal norms on sexual assault from a survivor’s perspective.
In Chicago, 741 people died of opioid overdoses in 2016 and nearly 17 percent of those victims were Latino.
The Trump administration is enforcing a “zero tolerance” immigration policy and separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
But the inspector general for Chicago Public Schools says he needs more resources to properly investigate all allegations of sex abuse.
“Unfortunately, it’s kind of like a blessing and a curse in many ways to be associated with a celebrity,” group’s leader says.
CPS CEO Janice Jackson acknowledged that regaining the trust of parents is “critically important” to her and the school district.
Ald. Ariel Reboyras said the public should only have an ‘advisory role’ when it comes to police oversight. “Full control? Absolutely not.”