VIDEO: ‘Strong Girls’ in Chicago plan to empower impoverished women globally
By Sean Froelich “Poverty is Sexist,” according to the ONE campaign, a global advocacy group created to persuade world leaders how women in poverty need education for empowerment.
VIDEO: Maggie Daley Park’s Rock Climbing Walls Open
By Evan Garcia The Malkin-Sacks Rock Climbing Walls at Maggie Daley Park opened somewhat anticlimactically on Tuesday. For most of the afternoon, park employees outnumbered climbers.
VIDEO: Obama Library official announcement draws protesters
By Kira Boyd The announcement of the Obama Library being located in Chicago has residents excited. However, some people are not happy about the location.
VIDEO: Man puts positive spin on ALS diagnosis
By Kira Boyd Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. It is 100 percent fatal. Bruce Lindgren, 58, of Aurora, was diagnosed with ALS in September 2013. He has remained determined to keep a positive attitude about his diagnosis.