The U.S. Supreme Court handed down a split decision Tuesday in a key labor case.
Locations of more than 250 contingency sites where Chicago Public Schools students can go Friday during the one-day Chicago Teachers Union strike have been posted on the district's website.
Fitch Ratings downgraded Chicago's credit rating Monday to “BBB-,” one notch above junk status.
The U.S. Department of Education announced a loan forgiveness program for students who were defrauded by Corinthian Colleges Inc., the now-defunct, for-profit college chain that operated Everest and WyoTech campuses.
Three organizations will help the Chicago Housing Authority with youth engagement efforts under agreements approved by the agency's board last week.
Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) students eligible for the Monetary Award Program learned they will have to pay back grant funds allocated to them for the fall semester.
Illinois' unemployment rate inched up to 6.4 percent in February, while the state added a net 18,100 jobs, the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) said Thursday.
Newly unionized workers at Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV) are calling on the public access TV center to bargain with them "in good faith" on their first contract.
Controversy continues over Lincolnshire's recent right-to-work ordinance.