Politics

Ethics Board Reprimands Ald. Moore for Using Aldermanic Facebook Page to Campaign for Secretary of State

Ald. David Moore (17th Ward) is one of three Chicago elected officials... Read More

Science & Nature

When it Comes to Ramps, There’s a Line Between ‘Foraging’ and ‘Poaching’ — And It's Often Crossed

It’s illegal to forage in Cook County forest preserves. Every year, 100... Read More

Baseball

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Baseball: A Whole New Ball Game

The Eighth Inning, which takes place against the backdrop of the turbulent 1960s, opens with the improbable last-inning home run by the Pittsburgh Pirates' Bill Mazeroski that wins the 1960 World Series and signals the beg inning of the end of the Yankee dynasty. Roger Maris breaks Babe Ruth's re cord by hitting 61 home runs in the 1961 season. Sandy Koufax leaves the game at the height of his power.

Preview

Ida B. Wells: A Chicago Stories Special

Preview WTTW's documentary about the Chicago investigative journalist, civil rights activist, and suffragist.

Ida mural

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Extra Life: A Short History of Living Longer - Vaccines

Discover the role vaccination plays in our growing ability to prevent the spread of illness.

Dr. Fauci

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Celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month with WTTW in 2021

Here's WTTW's coverage and content for Asian Pacific Heritage Month.

Ted Ngoy, the "Donut King." Photo: Courtesy Logan Industry

For parents

Nighttime is a Great Time to Explore!

Create a nighttime observation kit and discover the mysteries of exploring at night time.

A flashlight exploration.
A COVID-19 vaccine is administered. (WTTW News)

Health

Officials Ramp Up Efforts to Get Black Chicagoans Vaccinated as Demand Drops

Chicago’s top doctor says cases of COVID-19 are now concentrated among young, Black Chicagoans who live on the city’s South Side.

Buttermilk panna cotta from 'America's Test Kitchen.' Photo: Carl Tremblay

Recipe

Buttermilk Panna Cotta

What's better than a dessert that requires almost no effort? The biggest thing this recipe from America's Test Kitchen asks is some extra space in the fridge and a few hours. 

Geoffrey Baer taking a selfie in front of Chicago's skyline. Photo: Ken Carl/WTTW

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See Chicago from the Air

Seeing the city from above provides a brand-new perspective, enabling us to discover new things alongside Geoffrey Baer.

Rashod Johnson, president and CEO of Ardmore Roderick. (WTTW News)

Business

Meet the Black-Owned Engineering Firm Helping Oversee the CTA’s Massive Red-Purple Line Overhaul

For extra help with its massive $2.1 billion modernization project, the CTA hired a joint venture made up of three firms, including a locally owned company that started in a South Side attic. Rashod Johnson tells us about his company and his love of civil engineering.

Three girls with arms around each other.

For parents

Being a Good Neighbor: Talking About Race With Kids

Many white parents like myself grew up in “colorblind” families, which has left us wondering: If we were taught not to see race, how do we talk to our own kids about racism? 

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