- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Humboldt Park Health Clinic Closing After 9 Years, Leaving Local Patients Scrambling
Humboldt Park's Mile Square Health Center is shutting down in part because the landlord plans to sell the Division Street building, officials said.
UIC Students Will Protest Far-Right Speakers Charlie Kirk, Candace Owens Thursday
The university is not sponsoring the event, but school leaders are "committed to upholding the First Amendment" and protecting the rights of speakers to share their views, a spokesperson said.
UIC Faculty Reach Deal With University To End Strike After Winning Pay Raises, Other Benefits
Each union member will get an immediate $2,500 raise, the union's spokesperson said.
UIC Professors Go On Strike, Demanding Higher Pay And More Job Security
After months of contract talks failed, hundreds of professors joined the picket lines Tuesday. It's not clear how many classes were affected by the strike.
Missing UIC Student Natally Brookson Found Dead; Boyfriend Still Missing
A body found May 2 in Lake Michigan was identified as 22-year-old Natally Brookson. Her boyfriend, Daniel Sotelo, who disappeared around the same time, is missing. His family is hosting a search party Sunday.
Lawndale Has Been Robbed Of Equitable Investment For Generations, New Study Finds
The study found $124 million leaves North Lawndale each year in wages earned by non-residents and money residents spend outside of the neighborhood. Armed with new data, Lawndale groups are trying to fix the problem.
New Map Shows Pollution Near Your Kid’s School — And Confirms Latino Neighborhoods Are Hit The Hardest
An interactive map published by researchers at UIC allows residents to find out what sources of pollution are near their schools and homes.
Fighting Displacement In Uptown Has Gone On For 200 Years. A New Project Tells The Story Of Those Who’ve Been Pushed Out
From the removal of Indigenous peoples to redlining and modern urban redevelopment, two UIC professors charted the history of displacement in Uptown and the movements to stop such actions.
UIC Students Get Hands-On Consulting Experience While Helping West Side Business: ‘Feeding Two Birds With One Seed’
The free consulting service is part of a pitch competition organized by a West Side nonprofit.
UIC Faculty Say Fall Plan Prioritizes Campus Reopening Over ‘Saving Lives and Preventing Illness’
Freshmen are asked to take at least one in-person class this semester, but faculty say they don't believe the campus is "reasonably safe" for any in-person learning.
UIC Launches Clinical Trial For Potential Coronavirus Vaccine
The University of Illinois health system is testing the efficacy of a vaccine developed by Massachusetts-based biotech company Moderna.
UIC Enrolling Patients To Test Coronavirus Vaccine Next Month
The UI health system looks to enroll 1,000 participants to test a vaccine developed by Massachusetts-based biotech company Moderna.
Confused About Face Masks? An Infectious Disease Expert Answered All Of Our Questions
Dr. Richard Novak from UIC discusses the science behind face masks and how to properly make, wear and care for your mask.
UIC Hospital Plans $191 Million Outpatient Surgery Center In Medical District
If approved by the state, the new six-story center could break ground in August, officials said.
Following Brutal Murder Of Student, UIC Increases Security On Campus
The school announced 24-hour security at parking garages on campus through the end of the semester.
Man Raped And Murdered UIC Student After She Ignored His Catcalls, Prosecutors Say
Donald Thurman, 26, will be held without bail, a judge ordered Tuesday.
University of Illinois At Chicago Scores $3.8 Million Federal Grant Toward Early Childhood Education
The university looks to support early childhood education work while preparing early childhood educators in underserved communities.