Illinois Lottery launches player education campaign

Lottery seeks to encourage smart and responsible play The Illinois Lottery recently announced a new responsible gaming campaign to help players make informed decisions about...

How Black Farmers Are Trying To End Centuries Of Racism In...

Prejudice, violence, and poverty have pushed Black farmers off their land. A growing movement is calling for reparations. By Marissa Evans When Keisha Cameron and her...

CPS Teacher Charged With Battery After Incident With Student

By Matt Masterson, WTTW A Chicago elementary teacher has been arrested and removed from her West Side school after police say she was captured on...

A TALE OF TWO GRADUATIONS

By Julianne Malveaux I love graduations! I thoroughly enjoy the sense of achievement and possibility that permeates the air. Graduations signify an ending, but the...

Virginia seminary designates $1.7 million for slavery reparations fund

A Virginia based Episcopal seminary is placing $1.7 million toward an endowment fund that is designed to pay reparations for slavery. The announcement of...

Police Investigators Determined Officer Choked Eric Garner

The findings of an internal affairs inquiry were made public for the first time at a disciplinary hearing against the officer, Daniel Pantaleo. By Ashley...

Walmart Now Accepting Applications for 2019 Open Call for American Products

Company invites entrepreneurs to pitch new, niche and innovative products at 6th annual event June 18 – 19, 2019 If you’ve ever dreamed of potentially...

New UChicago Medicine report outlines top health priorities for South Side...

2019 Community Health Needs Assessment emphasizes diabetes, asthma and trauma resiliency as well as importance of addressing underlying contributors to health concerns and chronic...

Poll workers needed in suburban Cook County for Nov. 6 Gubernatorial...

Election Day workers are needed to serve throughout suburban Cook County for the November 6 Gubernatorial Election, Cook County Clerk David Orr announced Friday. Towns...

Honored by two mayors – Lyda Cecelia M. Clarkston Guice dies...

Life-long Woodlawn resident Cecelia M. Guice, wife of the late Rev. Edgar Emerson Guice, Sr. and daughter of Lucas and Lyda Clarkston passed away...