Emanuel Rejects Rauner Plan To Advance $450M To Chicago Schools Mayor Rahm Emanuel is rejecting Gov. Bruce Rauner's offer to advance $450 million in state funds to help Chicago Public Schools make a $634 million pension payment. In City Club Speech, Trump Won’t Apologize For Controversial Remarks On Immigration The City Club of Chicago said more than 2,000 people were on the waiting list for Donald Trump’s speech at Monday’s luncheon at Maggiano’s Banquets.
State Government Shutdown Looms As Budget Deadline Nears Amtrak Not Planning On Service Cuts Heading Into New Fiscal Year Celebrations Erupt In Chicago After High Court Affirmation Of Same-Sex Marriage Former Congressman Mel Reynolds Indicted On Tax Charges Supreme Court Extends Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide Cook County Businesses Fear Sales Tax Hike Would Send Customers Away Rauner Vetoes Most Of State Budget, Cites $4 Billion Deficit Analyst: CPS Has ‘No Choice’ But To Borrow $1B Amid Cash Crunch
Pair Of Women Using Pepper Spray On Victims Before Swiping Purses: Police Their tactic: a call for help. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports. Feds Look Into Racist Graffiti Incidents At Northwestern The FBI is stepping in to help Northwestern University police after at least four incidents of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti on the Evanston campus.
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