On May 22, a Chicago man, Heriberto Viramontes, was sentenced to 90 years in prison for violently attacking two women with a baseball bat.
In the next few days, our legislators will decide whether or not to extend the current income tax rate. This decision will have a direct and profound impact
According to a Mt. Sinai Urban Health Institute’s study, the Puerto Rican community in Humboldt Park disproportionately suffers from illnesses such as diabetes and obesity.
On May 24, UFC 173 was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, featuring Renan Barao vs. TJ Dillashaw for the Bantamweight Title.
On May 22, President Barack Obama arrived on Air Force One at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago for a fundraising campaign
The Chicago Arts Orchestra has been named Professional Orchestra of the Year by the Illinois Council of Orchestras, a statewide advocacy and service
May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month. “I heard just the other day that you can’t get pregnant within seven days of your period.”
If there is one movie that takes your breath away and leaves you thinking about it long after it’s over, this is “Maleficent,”
With the summer vacation season rapidly approaching, U.S. leisure travelers have their eyes on Latin America and the Caribbean.
An award-winning journalist, spokesperson, TV personality, internationally recognized parenting expert and mother of two, Jeannette Kaplun
Step IT UP America will host an unprecedented Hiring Event in Chicago on June 5-6, at ITT Tech Oak Brook
As the summer kicked in with Memorial Day Weekend, EXTRA has got you covered with all the fun that is happening this summer in Chicago