A Rogers Park based initiative, looking at environmental and food based issues, providing opportunities to grow and teach children to [...]
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Companies sometimes dump raw sewage into the Chicago River to avoid it flooding the city, which has significant effects locally and beyond.
The inaugural Bike2Campus Week seeks to spur students’ budding interest in bicycling to reach Chicago’s many university and college campuses.
44.3% of CPS buildings have partial air conditioning or none at all.
Campaign calls for dedicated funding source to maintain and expand the transit system in Chicago and the rest of Cook County.
Protesters in Chicago and across the country urge President Obama to put an immediate halt to deportations and make good on his promises of immigration reform.
Income Inequality: A look at how all cities are not created unequal and some are more unequal than others
Ensuring that large segments of the population are not being left behind economically is necessary for a city like Chicago to truly thrive.
Susanne Atanus believes that LGBT rights are to blame for tornadoes, autism and dementia, as well as this past winter.
New data indicates that Illinois has more LEED-certified green building space per capita than any other state.
A Palestinian professor says his courses are being cut because of the language he uses to discuss the Israel-Palestine conflict.