Some businesses and activists want to end prolonged closures that were imposed to block the spread of the coronavirus.
In just two weeks, McCormick Place was transformed from the largest convention center in America to a medical facility with over 2,000 beds.
Dr. Mia Taormina of the DuPage Medical Group answers your questions about the novel coronavirus.
Experts say the COVID-19 pandemic may force us to rethink how we produce and use electricity.
Atlantic writer Ed Yong says the nation needs to think about how to continue through the pandemic, not when things will return to normal.
Reporting only three deaths as of last week, Symphony of Joliet is among the latest nursing homes to report a spike in COVID-19 deaths.
Reset speaks with a doctor who is co-leading Chicago’s effort to test thousands of residents experiencing homelessness for COVID-19.
Due to the pandemic, the usage of single-use plastics is increasing
New data show social distancing measures are working, but the mayor’s office says Chicagoans shouldn’t resume their normal habits just yet.