A newly released report shows additional sources of manganese dust on Chicago’s Southeast Side, where residents were already dealing with exposure to manganese and other pollutants.
The Emmy Award-winning television host writes about the drastic disparities between black and white Americans in his just-published book.
Students, teachers and community activists gathered Friday at Henderson Elementary for their second annual peace rally, marching only feet from where a 12-year-old girl was shot earlier this year.
Does President Donald Trump have a plan for Chicago violence? We hear from viewers.
Six Chicago Public Schools will take part in a new pilot program that lets students move at their own pace as they focus on mastering educational skills rather than spending set amounts of time in the classroom.
Celebrating the life and musical legacy of Chicago blues legend Sam Lay.
The Chicago singer and guitarist known for his unique take on the blues died Saturday. He was 83.
It’s rarely taught in schools anymore, so kids today are joining cursive clubs. But a state legislator is moving to once again make cursive lessons mandatory.
Why Cook County property owners who are eight months delinquent in paying taxes are about to owe major fees to private companies.