By Natalie Eilbert Medill Reports From above, the roads in Walnut, Kansas, intersect into the green and gray geometry typical of so many rural towns
By Cameron Bopp Medill Reports Mass vaccination sites are quickly beginning to open across the country, but smaller sites are struggling to provide Americans with
By Ester Wells Medill Reports View this story as an Adobe Spark multimedia production. Russell Jeung stood in the checkout line at a sporting goods
By Jiang Li Medill Reports When Hannah Zimmerman went back to work at the JuiceRx in Streeterville as a barista last November, she had to
By Diamond Palmer Medill Reports Parents like Cortney Ritsema, a mother of three, have become used to frequent interruptions throughout the day from their kids.
By Carlyn Kranking Medill Reports This weekend will mark one year since Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker locked down the state with a stay at home