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Advocate Aurora Health, which operates 27 hospitals, said in a statement that the breach may have exposed information including a patients' medical provider, the type of appointment or medical procedure, dates and locations of scheduled appointments, and IP addresses.
In a year when inflation has made Americans' eyes pop when they fill up their gas or walk down aisles at the grocery store, many Social Security recipients worry whether the biggest cost-of-living increase in four decades will be enough to cover their needs.
Diverted ambulances. Cancer treatment delayed. Electronic health records offline. These are just some of ripple effects of an apparent cyberattack on a major nonprofit health system that disrupted operations throughout the U.S, including Illinois.
The fall season is in full swing and winter is always just around the corner. Here are a few spots for a quick weekend trip from Chicago to see some of the proudest displays nature has to offer.
A 21-year-old sailor from Grayslake will be laid to rest on Tuesday following a decades-long effort to identify remains pulled from Pearl Harbor, more than 80 years after he was killed in the attack that propelled the United States into World War II.
Loyola University’s Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt got a Chicago train station plaza at the Loyola campus renamed in her honor for her 103rd birthday.
Planning an end of summer trip to Indiana Dunes? A lifeguard shortage has prompted the State Park to ban swimming beginning Saturday and until further notice.
There has been a lot of wrong information flying around the internet today, so we wanted to help our readers understand how Illinois and its border states view abortion after today's ruling overturning Roe vs. Wade.
Chicago, which boasts one of the nation's largest aquatic programs — 77 public pools and 22 beaches that serve a population of nearly 2.75 million — pushed opening day for pools back to July 5 from June 24.
We're dipping our toes into the data visualization game as we try to better understand the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois' population migration patterns.