With local news facing staff cuts and shrinking content, can a new project at Northwestern University be the lifeline it needs?
There’s a new candidate in the race for governor. A conversation with state Sen. Sam McCann.
A refugee’s harrowing escape from war-torn Yemen is also a remarkable story of interfaith cooperation.
Hoping to identify the source of an infection, veterinarians performed what is thought to be the first ever CT scan on a rhinoceros.
Synthetic cannabinoid use has now been linked to four deaths in Illinois since late March, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
He first became head of the Democratic Party of Illinois in 1998. Despite his longevity, House Speaker Michael Madigan isn’t a beloved figure.
While talk of building a new express train to O’Hare heats up, we explore a little-known line that already goes there.
The young musician joins us in conversation and performance ahead of her Chicago professional debut with the Chicago Sinfonietta next month.
Government officials from the U.S. and the United Kingdom warn that Russian hackers are targeting consumer and business routers. How to protect your devices.
The Cook County circuit court clerk talks about her surprise run for mayor of Chicago.
A rare blood disorder called thalassemia requires regular blood transfusions, but gene therapy may change that, according to a new study.
April is “Save Abandoned Babies Month” in Illinois. Chicago police and fire officials hope to raise awareness of the state’s safe haven law in the hopes of saving infant lives.
How a donation of nearly 800,000 tablets of vitamin K can help treat severe bleeding related to the use of synthetic cannabinoids.
A conversation with NASA research scientist Rosaly Lopes, who will be recognized this week at an event celebrating women in space science.
A team of scientists was exploring a rocky patch of ocean floor when they found something that shouldn’t have been there: octopuses – lots of them.