These Longtime Shelter Pets Need A Forever Home. You Can Adopt Them For Free This Week At PAWS
PAWS Chicago is hosting the Virtual Clear the Shelters Adoption Week through Saturday.
Bicyclist Injured In River North Hit-And-Run Asks For Help Finding Driver
“My goal is the bring this person to justice for hitting me and leaving me out there," the bicyclist said. "He could have killed me."
Airbnb Bans Parties Worldwide, Threatens To Kick Violators Off Platform
The global rental company announced rules Thursday to limit parties amid the pandemic.
Overworked, Understaffed, Sick With Coronavirus: Chicago Postal Workers Urge You To Mail In Ballots As Early As Possible
Chicago postal workers are worried about the unprecedented number of mail-in ballots, especially as the Trump administration makes changes to the system.
Your Pet Could Be The Star Of The PAWS ‘Vanity Fur’ Calendar Contest
Entries are accepted until Sept. 1.
YMCA Will Care For Out-Of-School Kids, Help With Remote Learning During Pandemic
The YMCA will provide in-person care for Chicago Public Schools students while they're out of class and have parents at work.
St. Ignatius Students, Alumni Speak Out About Racism On Campus Again — But Will Anyone Listen This Time?
Current and former students say they experienced racism and other forms of bigotry at the elite private high school — and administrators failed to address the problems.
PAWS Chicago Wants South Side Residents To Apply For Apprenticeship
The paid PAWS apprenticeship program is taking applications through Friday.
Adorable Baby Penguins Explore Shedd Aquarium In New Video
The four Magellanic penguins, who were born in May, are old enough to start exploring their home — together.
Run Your Sox Off And Race To Wrigley 5Ks Will Be Virtual This Year — But You Can Still Get A Medal
You can run a 5K, 10K or just walk in your neighborhood for a good cause in the months ahead. Proceeds will benefit White Sox and Chicago Cubs charities.
‘The Drive-In Fest’ Music Festival Launches Next Month
The new music festival will take place Aug. 22 at Soldier Field and features Lloyd, Do or Die and Bobby V.
Divvy Ebikes Coming To Racks Around The City Wednesday
The ebikes can go up to 15 mph. The will cost the same as regular Divvy bikes in designated areas on the South and West sides, and an extra 15 cents per minute on the North Side, where racks are more plentiful.
Liberation Library, Which Sends Books To Incarcerated Children, Goes Viral With Child’s Thank-You Letter
"I wanted to thank you because sometimes it's hard to pass time when you have to do time," the child wrote in the viral letter.
Northwestern Needs 5,000 Volunteers To Test Coronavirus Vaccines. Here’s How To Apply
Volunteers added to the registry will be contacted when they fit the requirements for upcoming clinical studies of potential coronavirus vaccines.
Illinois Bar Exam Being Held Online — But That Could Disadvantage Some Would-Be Lawyers, Graduates Say
A group of law school graduates are advocating for an alternative to the bar exam, which is scheduled to take place remotely in October.
New Effort Asks Neighbors To Pitch In To Clean Up Chicago Parks
The Chicago Parks Foundation in partnership with the Park District is providing cleanup materials and safety guidelines to help volunteers.
My Block, My Hood, My City 5K Going Virtual
The second annual My Block, My Hood, My City neighborhoods race will take place Aug. 9-16.
As Temps Rise, Two Public Health Crises Could Emerge: ‘It’s A Deadly Combination’
This week is the 25th Anniversary of the 1995 heat wave that killed hundreds of Chicagoans. As temperatures soar during a global pandemic, experts say it’s important to stay vigilant.
The Rainbow Cone Ice Cream Truck Is Here To Make 2020 A Little Less Terrible (And We’re So Grateful)
With street festivals canceled, the owners of the 94-year-old South Side scoop shop decided to bring their signature cone to you.
PAWS Letting You Adopt ‘Hard-To-Home’ Dogs For Free
The Underdogs to Wonderdogs event will run until Tuesday.