Analysis: Cybersecurity Industry Avoids Silicon Valley Fallout
The cybersecurity industry has been able to avoid fallout from the Silicon Valley Bank’s crisis, gaining in stock value over the last month, or at least, when facing losses.
Chicago Aldermanic Runoff Election: Clay (46th) and Lee (11th) Cruise in Their Races
Nicole Lee retains her seat in Chicago's first Asian ward while community activist Angela Clay wins big in Uptown's 46th Ward.
Chicago Election: Preview of Several of the Key Aldermanic Runoff Races
The runoff elections are Tuesday and races in the 46th and 11th Aldermanic Wards are heating up. We take a look at several of the critical races.
Preview: New Faces, Tight Races Expected in Chicago Aldermanic Elections
Challengers expected to rise to prominence as 12 incumbent aldermen step down in the biggest City Council turnover in decades
Chicago Burglaries up 18% Since 2021, Largest Increase in 5 Years
The area surrounding the Ukrainian Village, including Lincoln Park, Bucktown, Lakeview and the Near North Side, has seen 820 reported burglaries in from Jan. 1 to Nov. 13.
Rape Kit Backlog: Trauma, the Untested and Advocacy
CPD says the expected wait time for processing kits at a state laboratory is about 270 days, but survivors have been told the wait can be up to two years.