The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expressed concern about the further spread of the delta variant. Health officials have been concerned about holiday weekends during the pandemic.
Exelon says it will close its Byron nuclear plant Sept. 13 without legislative approval of new ratepayer subsidies totaling $694 million.
For every person killed from gun violence in Chicago, five are shot and survive. Those victims — about 30,000 in the last 10 years — are marked for life, and their road to recovery is often one with little to no resources.
Experts say redlining housing policies have led to disproportionate heat-related illnesses and death.
Recovery efforts from Hurricane Ida continue in Louisiana. We have updates on how Chicagoans can help.
The popular vacation haven normally filled with tens of thousands of summer tourists emptied out Monday as the massive Caldor Fire rapidly expanded.
Reset hears from a sociologist who researches end-of-life care and the head of a cancer support network on the status of grief in the U.S.
The storm made landfall exactly 16 years to the day after Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana and Mississippi.
Reset’s infectious disease expert Dr. Mia Taormina joins us to answer your questions about COVID-19, vaccines, mask mandates and more.
Masks are back on indoors throughout the state and the Mayor mandates COVID vaccines for all city employees.