WXYZ: Mexican Folk Dancing Group Celebrates Heritage Through Movement
The lead instructor for the group told Newsy's sister station every performance he puts on is accompanied by a history lesson.
Biggest Hollywood films still go mostly to white men, study shows
The annual UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report showed a detailed look at how the film industry was shaped and, in many ways, set back during the pandemic.
Korean artist on the meditative effects of tea
A Korean American artist demonstrates the ancient ritual of tea ceremonies during Women's History Month.
Ukrainian mom's visit to the US turned into a mission to help refugees
What started as visit to her son in Chicago is now a mission to help other Ukrainian refugees settle in the Windy City.
One dead, several injured in roof collapse at Illinois theater
Severe weather is to blame for the roof collapse during a heavy metal concert at the Apollo Theater in Belvidere, Illinois.
Families still don't know if relatives died in fire at migrant center
Mexican officials made arrests in connection to a fire that killed at least 39 migrants, but some families don't know if their relatives are dead.
Her dad is a Russian Air Force pilot, she’s an anti-Putin activist
A Russian woman in Chicago leads a group of fellow exiles against Putin and his war.