Chicago School Board Approves $5.4B CPS Budget The Chicago Board of Education voted unanimously today to approve a controversial $5.4 billion budget for the Chicago Public Schools, including a property tax hike to fund teacher pensions. Transgender Artist Sues City Over Ban On Topless Performances A transgender woman has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the city, challenging the Chicago ordinance prohibiting women from going topless in establishments that hold liquor licenses.
Board Of Education To Vote On $5.4 Billion CPS Budget Sen. Mark Kirk Not Backing Down On Obama-Iran Payment Comments New Law Aims To Reduce Sexual Assaults On College Campuses Illinois Democrats Say Don’t Trust Trump To Soften Immigration Stance Governor Rauner Approves Law To Crack Down On Gun Traffickers Rod Blagojevich Plans To Appeal 14-Year Prison Sentence Rauner To Sign Bill To Punish Trafficking Guns Into Illinois FOP Accuses CPD Of Violating Rights Of Officers Facing Firing Over Laquan McDonald Scandal
Investigation Underway Into Cicero Company’s Alleged Wildlife Hazard The Army Corps of Engineers probe could take as long as a year. U.S. Cellular Field Will Become Guaranteed Rate Field In November The Cubs and the Bears didn’t waste any time trolling the new name on social media.
About 12 Injured In Kokomo Tornado As Clean-Up Begins Northwestern University Opens Time Capsule From 1954 State police: No serious injuries after Indiana tornadoes Chicago Teachers Union Urging Teachers to Consider Striking If No Contract By October Waukegan Police Discover Rare ‘DMT’ Drug Lab in Apartment Building 103-Year-Old Veteran Takes Honor Flight Thursday Police Still Questioning Man After Tuesday Fatal House Fire 2 Dead, 5 Wounded In Shootings Wednesday