CPS Telling Principals How Much They Must Cut From School Budgets Principals at the Chicago Public Schools were learning Tuesday how much money they must cut from their school budgets, but some aldermen were pushing a plan to prevent the cuts by moving money from another account. Democrats Running For U.S. Senate Seat Spar Over Leadership During Tribune Editorial Board Debate The three Democrats running for incumbent Republican Mark Kirk’s U.S. Senate seat had a mostly cordial debate today. But there were a few sparks, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Chicago State University Students Rally In Loop To Protest Possible Shutdown School Funding Overhaul Again Faces Long Odds In Springfield Centers Offer Free Help For Low And Moderate Income Taxpayers Rauner Rejects Plan To Reopen State Museum, Encourages Directors To Find Funding Mayor Open To Possible Site Change For Lucas Museum Rauner Seeking More Government Consolidation Alvarez Defends Handling Of Laquan McDonald Case Rauner Blasts CPS Borrowing Plan; Says Emanuel ‘Forestalling The Inevitable’
Auto Shop Collapses In Englewood Blaze According to the Fire Department, the blaze started from a worker using a torch on a vehicle being repaired. CPS Telling Principals How Much They Must Cut From School Budgets Principals at the Chicago Public Schools were learning Tuesday how much money they must cut from their school budgets, but some aldermen were pushing a plan to prevent the cuts by moving money from another account.
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