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Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 4,590 cases, 8 deaths; Chicago doctors tracking omicron

Illinois public health officials reported 4,590 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 8 related deaths Monday. → Read More

Chicago health officials working to make at-home rapid COVID tests free and accessible

The Chicago Department of Public Health is working to make free at-home rapid tests free and accessible. → Read More

Former state Rep. Luis Arroyo pleads guilty to federal bribery charge

Former Illinois state Rep. Luis Arroyo returned to court Wednesday to change his plea in a federal bribery case. → Read More

Kids 5-11 start receiving COVID vaccine, will be available at CVS locations this weekend

Kids 5-11 years old have started receiving the COVID vaccine. It will be available at CVS Chicago locations Sunday. → Read More

Kids COVID vaccine: 1st shipments of Pfizer pediatric doses arrive in Chicago

A special delivery arrived in Chicago Tuesday with the very first shipment of the Pfizer pediatric vaccine being stored at a South Side family health center. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 1,565 cases, 8 deaths

Illinois officials reported 1,565 new COVID-19 cases and 8 related deaths Monday. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 2,969 cases, 27 deaths

Illinois officials reported 2,969 new COVID-19 cases and 27 related deaths Friday. → Read More

Stats show carjackers target men over women, standard over luxury cars

Statistics show carjackers target men over women and standard over luxury cars, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said. → Read More

City wants 77% of eligible residents to start shots by end of year in new COVID vaccine initiative

The Protect Chicago 77 Initiative seeks to ensure at least 77% of city residents ages 12 and up start their COVID vaccination series by the end of the year. → Read More

Medical exemption for COVID vaccine: Few likely to qualify, doctors say as religious exemptions grow

Are there any medical conditions that may not allow someone to get the COVID-19 vaccine due to its ingredients? → Read More

Planned Parenthood Illinois rallies against Texas abortion law in Federal Plaza

Texas' new law is the most restrictive in the country, banning abortion after six weeks, even in cases of rape or incest. → Read More

How IL's 2nd largest school district is preparing to welcome students back amid staffing shortages

Students at Illinois' second-largest school district return to the classroom Monday amid staffing shortages. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 617 cases, 11 deaths

Illinois public health officials reported 617 new COVID cases and 11 deaths Thursday. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 462 cases, 6 deaths

Illinois public health officials reported 462 new COVID cases and 6 deaths Wednesday. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 601 cases, 16 deaths

Illinois public health officials reported 601 new COVID cases and 16 deaths Tuesday. → Read More

Hobart attorney Bill Enslen found dead by wife in ransacked home

Hobart police are investigating after attorney Bill Enslen was found dead by his wife in their ransacked home. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 352 cases, 22 deaths

Illinois Department of Public Health officials reported 352 new COVID cases and 22 deaths Wednesday. → Read More

Bilingual mental health facility 'Living Room' opens in Summit to provide holistic approach

A fully bilingual Living Room will provide a holistic approach to mental health and wellness in suburban Summit. → Read More

Dr. Janice Jackson reflects on tenure as Chicago Public Schools CEO

Dr. Janice Jackson faced one challenge after the other during her tenure as Chicago Public Schools CEO. → Read More

Maternal morbidity gap closing between Black, white women in Illinois, IDPH says

"It is not due to conditions improving for Black women, instead it is due to worsening conditions for white women," said Dr. Ngozi Ezike, director of the Illinois Dept. of Public Health. → Read More