CPS Latino Advisory Committee Resigns Over School Budget CutsCPS Latino Advisory Committee chairman Jose Rico said his committee’s recommendations have fallen on deaf ears at the board, and that schools with mostly Latino students have the least amount of money spent on them.
Police Dog Helps Find Missing 8-Year-Old BoyA Lake County police dog helped some anxious parents in the far northern suburbs find their missing son on Monday.
Chicago Cops Praised For Saving Life Of Infant GirlA Chicago grandmother says two Chicago police officers acted quickly and with compassion when a 9-month-old child swallowed a toy. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
CPS Official To Principals: Do Not Cooperate With Immigration AuthoritiesIn a letter to principals released Tuesday evening, Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson wrote, "To be very clear, CPS does not provide assistance in the enforcement of civil immigration law."
Not Everyone On Board With Feds' Deportation PlanThe Department of Homeland Security's move to deport more undocumented immigrants is getting a mixed reaction in Chicago.
Police Struggle To Identify Human Remains Found On Wisconsin ShorelineKenosha County police said they do not have much to go on in the attempt to identify human remains found nearly two months ago, on Dec. 28 by out-of-state visitors on the Lake Michigan shoreline in the town of Somers.
New American Writers Museum Set To Open In MayFirst-of-its-kind, the American Writers Museum will open on May 16th, located along Chicago's Cultural Mile.
Increase In Chicago Pedestrian Deaths44 pedestrians were killed in the city in 2016, up 26 percent from 2014, which is raising concerns for city officials.
VIDEO: Woman Carrying Bag Infested With Bugs On CTA Red LineA CTA Red Line rider posted a video on YouTube showing bugs, perhaps, baby bed bugs on clothing inside the bag of a woman, who was sleeping on the train.
Maggie Daley Skating Ribbon Closes Due To Warm WeatherDue to the warmer than average temperatures, Maggie Daley Park's Skating Ribbon is closed until further notice.
South Side Jewish Community Center Receives Bomb ThreatAddie Goodman, the executive vice president of Jewish Community Center Chicago, said it was the Hyde Park JCC - locally - that received this latest threat on Monday.
Plants Begin To Sprout As Spring Nears, But Is Weather An Issue?Warm weather is coaxing perennials - like snowdrops - out of the ground right now. But the question is: With cold weather coming by the weekend, will they meet an untimely death?

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