A study finds the region stands to gain the most health benefits from a transition to clean power.
The city’s inspector general says public health officials are failing to hold polluters accountable for emissions.
Seven years after the closure of the Crawford coal plant in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood, the site is still a lightning rod for neighborhood activism and outrage.
The governor and legislature can’t agree on who ultimately controls $92 million in clean transportation money.
Citing poor air quality and environmental racism, residents of the majority Black neighborhood surrounding the plant had long fought for its closure.