On Friday, Chance the Rapper announced the launch of the New Chance Arts and Literature Fund for Chicago public schools.
This act of generosity went down days after he had a disappointing meeting with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.
Chicago's hometown hero, Chance The Rapper, led thousands to an early voting site on Monday evening after his "Parade To The Polls" concert.
During their third and final debate, Clinton and Trump clashed over the Supreme Court, abortion, the Second Amendment, and gun control.
A fired Chicago law clerk explained why she pretended to be a real judge. She's not allowing the controversy and possible criminal charges to get in the way of her campaign for judge.
Tired of waiting on help from outside of the community, a group of mothers got together to do something about the violence themselves.
A boy, 10, was nearly killed in Chicago's deadliest day of gun violence in 13 years. Nineteen people were shot.
In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell shares a message from Pastor John F. Hanna of New Life Covenant Church South East in Chicago. His church has about 19,000 members, and he posted a question to the masses: who or what has made you angry? This short sermon inspired Erica so much that she […]