Stories by Claire Hyman
A WBEZ education reporter spoke to the mother and friends of the 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed at Millennium Park on Saturday.
A new analysis finds COVID-19 vaccines could have prevented at least 318,000 virus-related deaths between January 2021 and April 2022.
Leaders in Chicago and Illinois respond to a series of shootings targeting Asian businesses in Dallas over the past month.
Some Wisconsin doctors are already considering opening an abortion clinic on Illinois’ northern border to expand access to services.
The antiviral pill has been shown to help COVID-19 patients recover quickly, but some say it’s hard to get a prescription in the first place.
A weather expert explains the science behind this chaotic spring.
Both Chicago and Cook County are now at “medium” risk for COVID-19.
Local organizations already provide abortion care to mostly people from out of state. What will happen if abortion access is limited even more?
A bioethicist weighs in on the leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision that would strike down Roe v. Wade.
Data shows COVID cases continue to rise across the U.S. Plus, there’s been an increase in unvaccinated people dying from the virus.