The city of Chicago has reached a deal with the police union.
Charter school operator UNO is reportedly facing an Internal Revenue Service audit over some $37 million bonds that were given out in 2011 and allocated for its Chicago Public Schools (CPS) campuses.
Chicago fast food workers and their supporters took to the street early this morning to continue their fight for a $15 hourly wage and union representation.
The local web series "Central Standard: On Education" is set to air on WTTW11 as part of a five-week, 30-minute segment starting on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
CAN TV will provide live coverage of a Thursday evening panel discussion in Chicago on boosting the political empowerment of Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the United States.
City of Chicago contractors and subcontractors would have to provide an hourly minimum wage of at least $13 to their workers under an executive order Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to sign Wednesday.
Fast-food workers in cities across the country, including Chicago, will hit the picket lines on Thursday to continue their push for $15 an hour and the right to form a union without retaliation.
The Chicago-to-St. Louis high-speed rail line is getting a $102 million investment from the state, Gov. Pat Quinn announced Sunday.
Chicago Ald. Bob Fioretti (2nd) says a property tax hike appears to be on the horizon by the looks of a survey sent to aldermanic candidates by a new super PAC formed to support Mayor Rahm Emanuel's re-election.