The Red Line Project documented voting issues as part of ProPublica's Electionland project. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)
Wrigleyville is a construction zone, neighbors react. (Photo/Evan Walter)
Storify of weekend shootings, homicides. (Photo/Alex Wroblewski)
As part of ProPublica's Electionland coverage, The Red Line Project curating election day voting issues. Monday's biggest issue was long lines at early voting stations as Chicago saw record early turnout. Even Chicago's Chance the Rapper got into the act, leading a group of hundreds of young voters to a downtown polling station after a late afternoon concert. Google Trends has an interactive map of Illinois and nationwide voting issues that people are Googling.
Wrigley Field's walls were covered in chalked messages from Cubs fans as the team won its first World Series in 108 years. But those messages came down on Nov. 11 as construction on the ballpark continues.
Photo: The left-field Bleachers at Wrigley Field were chalked by fans. (Photo/Mike Reilley)
Clifford Covington left prison after 11 years and started searching for a future. Then he found the Sweet Beginnings program, and life got a lot better.
Photo: Clifford Covington inspects a bee hive. (Photo/Jill Wallace)