A pair of researchers are suggesting the best way to reduce property taxes in Illinois is for the state to take over a greater share of funding for public schools and consolidate some units of local government.
Chicago officials are moving to sell off billions of dollars in bonds, which, according to Wirepoints President Ted Dabrowski, is an appropriately desperate move designed to buy the city some time to come up with a more sustainable solution to its economic crisis.
As part of ongoing efforts to build on the City’s comprehensive mental health framework, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot today adopted recommendations from the City’s Crisis Intervention Advisory Council (CIAC) and the National Alliance for Mental Illness Chicago (NAMI Chicago) to serve as the City’s roadmap in expanding equity and healthcare access to all residents in the city.
You might have heard of chemotherapy as a common cancer treatment, but a different treatment for certain blood cancers is becoming more common. CAR T-cell therapy is a type of immunotherapy, which means it boosts the patient’s existing immune system to fight cancer.
As a cloud of controversy continues to hover over former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, the city's Republican Party Chairman Chris Cleveland argues that no one is asking the most obvious question.
Republican Ammie Kessem, candidate in the March 2020 41st Ward Committeeman election, says she was not surprised by reports that former Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios is now under federal investigation.
Most neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) participating in the Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Consortium are unable to reliably and consistently monitor caloric intake delivered to critically ill infants at risk for growth failure, according to a study published in the Journal of Perinatology.
A new career training program at four City Colleges of Chicago will give West Siders the opportunity to earn a professional certificate from at no cost to them, thanks to Workforce Equity Initiative grants the colleges received a few months ago.