Astronaut Terry W. Virtz Jr. is looking down on us today.
Saint John Fisher School will host the Internet safety seminar following an incident on Snapchat.
Paralyzed from the chest down, a River North man is back on his feet thanks to a high-tech exoskeleton.
The Chicago Industrial Arts and Design Center offers classes in 3D printing, woodworking and more.
With the opening of UI LABS, Chicago hopes to position itself as the epicenter of digital manufacturing.
A new CTA system unveiled Monday aims to eliminate "bus gapping" and "bunching.”
DNAinfo Radio offers the story behind the story, told by the reporters in Chicago's neighborhoods.
After getting ticketed over two consecutive days, one driver said she even changed her route to work.
The Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences earned a special visit from the Geek Squad on Tuesday.
The Liminal Camera made its way across the country this summer photographing the American landscape.
It's a tech ed class for the 21st century, combining physical craft with technology.
The ride-hailing service will offer two meal options to hungry people every weekday.
The developer said he's back on track after struggling for nine years to save the historic bakery.
DePaul University is hosting a lecture on climate change and its impact on turmoil in the 17th century.
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