Will Southwest Airlines' move into O'Hare mean more cheap fares?
Southwest Airlines, which landed at O'Hare's Terminal 5 in mid-February, starts a new route to Orlando Saturday and more flights to sunny destinations in April. Here's the latest on the transition.
Guilt, envy, distrust: Vaccine rollout breeds mixed emotionsThe rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. is offering hope that the pandemic that has upended life around the world will finally draw to an end. But as distribution widens in the U.S., varying eligibility rules and unequal access to the coveted doses are also breeding guilt, envy and judgement among those who've had their doses -- particularly the seemingly young and healthy -- and the millions still anxiously awaiting their turn.
How maple syrup programs at Ryerson Woods are changing this seasonFor the past four decades, educators and volunteers have led programs about turning sap from sugar maple trees into sweet maple syrup. On average, about 3,000 people visit Ryerson Woods each March to experience making syrup from the towering maple trees.
Group helps schools be more inclusive of students with disabilitiesA Chicago-based nonprofit providing empathy and disability inclusion programs to schools aims to broaden its reach in the suburbs.
Your credit report may be wrong; here's what to do about itAccuracy matters since credit report errors can suggest identity theft or fraudulent activity on your accounts. And because credit report data provides the raw material for credit scores, errors can lower your score.
When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?It depends on the child's age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before too long to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Constable: Wauconda Fire District found way to spread cheer during pandemic birthdaysA firetruck parade made her 9th birthday last March so cool that dolphins this year can't top it, says Maddie Myers, whose drive-by celebration was the first of 320 by the Wauconda Fire District.
How suburban educators are responding to state's call for culturally inclusive instructionSuburban educators are trying to make schools and curriculum more culturally inclusive to reflect diverse student populations, including changing the way they teach Black, Latino, and Asian history and literature.
Wheaton Polar Plunge supports Special Olympics IllinoisWheaton police, firefighters and teachers participated in the "Be Bold, Get Cold" Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics Illinois.
Why doctor and nurse burnout is everybody's businessYou're undoubtedly familiar with the term "burnout," but did you know that "occupational burnout" is an actual syndrome? For doctors and nurses, it's serious business, because it can translate to inferior health care and higher risk of medical errors.
11 months, thousands of meals: Palatine woman helps others during pandemicCathie Johnson grew up knowing what it's like to struggle with food insecurity, so when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, she felt compelled to take action.
Through the Film Magnifier: Little League Opening Day, Jayne Kennedy, C3PO actor, First Test Tube baby and more