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Past articles by Carol:

Mount Sinai Preps for COVID-19 Patient Surge as Cases Rise

Rusted reds and fading yellows mark the entrance to Mt. Sinai Hospital on Chicago’s Near West Side, but as autumn’s colors are changing a new surge of... → Read More

Race in Chicago: City's First Black Mayor Opened Political Doors

If there was one thing in life former Chicago Mayor Harold Washington loved, it was being mayor. “We’re number one, we’re number one, one, one,” he... → Read More

Frank Cullotta, Chicago Hitman Turned Government Witness, Dies a Quiet Death

Frank Cullotta, a throw-back to the heyday of the Chicago mob, died Thursday in Las Vegas. → Read More

New Call Issued for Madigan to Resign as Illinois House Speaker

A new call was issued Tuesday for Michael Madigan to resign his post as Speaker of the Illinois House. It comes on the heels of a federal criminal information... → Read More

Legal Bills Mount for Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan

The legal bills for Illinois House speaker Michael J. Madigan since January 2019 are now approaching $2 million, according to public records. In the just... → Read More

Meet Chicago's New 14th Ward Boss

“I don’t see it that way,” said Aaron Ortiz when asked if he is the new political boss of Chicago’s 14th Ward. “To be honest,” the 29-year-old newly... → Read More

Dual Pandemics Push Staffers to Limits at Mount Sinai Hospital

At Chicago’s Mount Sinai Hospital, the dual pandemic of the novel coronavirus and the city’s gun violence problems are causing officials to constantly look... → Read More

Hate Groups Look to Extend Reach But Didn’t Organize Recent Protests: Experts

Hate groups in America are looking to the internet to try and increase membership, according to one group that monitors them. The Anti-Defamation League... → Read More

Three Generations of Chicagoans Reflect on Impact of Recent Looting, Violence

“People were just breaking into stores and walking in, loading their cars up,” said state Rep. LaShawn Ford as he stood among the rubble at the Washington... → Read More

Caring for the Caregivers: Medical Providers Battling Stress of COVID-19 Pandemic

At Chicago’s Mount Sinai Hospital, more and more medical providers are finding themselves in need of help themselves. The stress of caring for patients with... → Read More

Chicago-Area Domestic Violence Calls Spike During Illinois’ Stay-at-Home Order

The number of domestic violence calls in the city of Chicago and the greater Chicago area have seen “a marked increase,” according to figures released by... → Read More

Some Coronavirus Patients Face Long Road Back Even After Release From Hospital

For some people, recovering from coronavirus is simply a matter of time as they look to get through its symptoms. For others, being released from the hospital is just the beginning of their fight. Cris Delgado, 22, spent weeks in the hospital, intubated and on a ventilator, fighting delusions and sepsis. He ultimately beat the virus, through it wasn’t easy…. → Read More

Inside Chicago’s Other Pandemic: Gun Violence

On March 7, Joshua Love became a part of Chicago’s other pandemic. The 21-year old was shot, the single bullet severing his spinal cord. Long before the word... → Read More

Mount Sinai Hospital Amps Up Screening for COVID-19 Patients

Medical personnel and staff on Wednesday amped up efforts to screen potential COVID-19 patients at Mount Sinai Hospital. T he hospital sits in one of... → Read More

Long Hours, Support All Part of Chicago Nurses’ Lives During Coronavirus Pandemic

Katie Martino has been a nurse for 10 years. Sarita Mazurowski for eight. Alyssa Olivieri’s mother and sister are nurses, her dad a doctor. And Patrice... → Read More

Kinzinger Wants No Part of Trump-Pritzker Coronavirus Battle

Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger (IL-16) is crystal clear: He is staying away from the war of words between President Donald Trump and Illinois Gov. J.B.... → Read More

Chicago Hospital Braces for Surge of COVID-19 Patients as Staff Logs Grueling Hours

Life-and-death decisions, 14-hour long days and families worried about their health. Those are among the things health care providers must contend with as city leaders warn that the area could see a significant increase in coronavirus cases. → Read More

Chicago the Band Unites to Discuss Power of Music Amid Coronavirus Crisis

For more than 50 years the sound of our city has been heard in the music and words of the band Chicago, sometimes edgy and tough, other times sensitive and... → Read More

Illinois Congressional Delegation Heads to DC for Vote on Coronavirus Relief Package

Five members of Illinois’ congressional delegation were bound for Washington, D.C., Friday to vote on a $2 trillion rescue package to fuel a coronavirus-ridden economy and workforce. → Read More

On The Frontlines of COVID-19 at Mount Sinai Hospital

Medical personnel at Mount Sinai Hospital on Chicago’s West Side opened trailers and tents in their parking lot Wednesday to receive and assess more and... → Read More