• LX January 18, 2023 4:00 pm

    Saving Foxes and Giving Them a Forever Home

    Mikayla Raines fell in love with foxes as a child, and now she’s turning that love into a mission – rescuing captive-born, non-releasable foxes and providing them with forever homes.

  • LX January 13, 2023 8:32 am

    Taking Healthcare to Those Who Need It the Most

    Healthcare can be expensive and hard to figure out in the best of times. But when you’re experiencing homelessness, good luck! That’s why The Night Ministry hits the streets daily, bringing free health care to the streets of Chicago and the most vulnerable.

  • LX January 12, 2023 4:32 pm

    Some Groceries Are Breaking All-Time Price Records

  • LX January 12, 2023 5:31 am

    Virtual Fashion and the Metaverse: Part 2

    Now that we have an understanding of what the metaverse is, who are some of the creators standing out in the digital fashion space?

    LX News storyteller Ngozi Ekeledo spoke with one of web3’s first digital fashion influencers about what the future of fashion will look like and the dollar signs attached to the emerging tech.

  • LX January 11, 2023 5:01 pm

    How Likely Are You To Be Audited by the IRS?

    House Republicans have voted to make it harder for the IRS to audit taxpayers. And while the bill isn’t likely to see the light of day in the Democratically-controlled Senate, what are the actual odds that you’ll get audited? LX Political Editor Noah Pransky hunts down the answers.

  • LX January 11, 2023 5:08 pm

    Virtual Fashion in the Metaverse: Part 1

    Imagine saving up for an item on your fashion wish list, but you can only wear it online. Digital fashion in the metaverse is a big business, with plenty of folks dropping up to six figures of real cash on virtual clothing. Now plenty of traditional designers are betting big on the web3 fashion market.

  • LX January 6, 2023 8:37 am

    The January 6th Capitol Attack: By the Numbers

    On the second anniversary of the January 6 Capitol attacks, LX News Political Editor Noah Pransky breaks down the numbers of that deadly day in Washington D.C. – and how American opinions have shifted in its aftermath.

  • LX January 6, 2023 3:12 pm

    Americans Are Having Fewer Children. Is That a Problem?

    Americans are having fewer children, and that could be a big problem for us. Some experts say it’s one of the biggest threats facing our society. Others say we have time to plan for this impending population cliff.

  • LX January 3, 2023 2:30 pm

    Why America Is Getting More Polarized

    As polarized voices grow louder in America, moderate voices are increasingly getting muffled. LX News National Political Editor Noah Pransky identifies three reasons our country is being pushed to the far left and far right.

  • LX January 6, 2023 10:37 am

    Blazing a Trail for Women in Wildland Firefighting

    Climate change and drought are resulting in more frequent and more dangerous wildfires. And fighting them all requires a lot of highly skilled firefighters. But nearly 80% of wildland firefighters are men. So now there’s an effort to get more women onto the front lines.

  • LX December 30, 2022 4:00 am

    Covid-19 Stole Her Sense of Smell, but What Came Next Was Even Worse

    When Covid-19 took away Julie Carty’s sense of smell, she was devastated. But then things got even worse. Suddenly, everything and everyone in her life smelled awful. Julie had developed a condition called Parosmia, and her life hasn’t been the same since.

  • politics December 30, 2022 12:22 pm

    Hope and Momentum for Combatting Climate Change in 2023

    2022 brought plenty of doom and gloom headlines around climate change— a year full of disasters, record emissions, and record CO2 levels. But major advancements over the last year have created positive momentum toward addressing climate change in 2023.

  • LX December 29, 2022 5:40 am

    Helping Refugees Across America: Miry's List

    Since 1980, the U.S. has welcomed over 3.1 Million refugees displaced by war and violence. Over the past six years, Miry’s List has been at the center of it all. LX News introduces us to the team helping refugees resettle across the country, including a father and son who sacrificed so much to make it to America.

  • LX December 27, 2022 12:36 pm

    After Her Son Was Murdered, This Mom Decided To Act

    Determined to seek justice after her son’s death, Rosilyn Temple was determined to improve the relationship between local families and the police. So, she founded the nonprofit “Kansas City Mothers in Charge” to help families who have lost children to homicide.

  • LX December 28, 2022 9:59 am

    Singer-Songwriter Is Doing More Than Surviving Cancer; She's Thriving

    At 28, Bianca Muñiz has beaten ovarian, breast, and lung cancer. But the singer-songwriter is doing more than surviving; she’s using her talent to help others heal. A fierce advocate for cancer research, Bianca will likely develop more cancer in her lifetime due to a genetic mutation. Still, she is using every day that she has to make a...

  • COVID-19 December 21, 2022 7:28 am

    How One Chicago Organization Is Helping Migrants Being Bussed In From the Border

    As another surge of migrants and asylum seekers cross the U.S. – Mexico border, cities along the border and sanctuary cities across the country are preparing for an influx of people. Chicago has been welcoming migrants from Texas since August. Since then, organizations like Erie Neighborhood House have been working to make sure the Second City feels like home.

  • LX December 27, 2022 10:33 am

    TikTok Is Off-Limits for Many Government Workers — Now Some Want It Banned for Everyone

    Is the clock ticking on TikTok in America? Already banned on many government devices, some federal officials, politicians, and law enforcement want the popular app banned for everyone. Do they have a reason to be concerned, and could TikTok’s days be numbered?

  • LX December 20, 2022 8:41 am

    The Coldest Christmas in 40 Years? There's a Connection to Climate Change

    The major winter storm which is expected to disrupt holiday travel could bring record cold to much of the U.S. A climate scientist explains how this cold outbreak is connected to the rapid warming of the Arctic.

  • LX December 20, 2022 4:42 pm

    Avoid the Christmas drama! 5 very agreeable political topics.

    LX News Political Editor Noah Pransky helps you avoid the stress of family gatherings during this holiday season with five political topics that Democrats and Republicans can agree on.

  • LX December 19, 2022 8:45 am

    Why The Helium Shortage Impacts More Than Balloons

    There’s not enough helium at the moment. But this shortage doesn’t just affect your party balloons, it’s bigger than that. Helium, or the lack of it, can impact your day to day life, including your healthcare – here’s how.

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