Lucas Museum Gives Up On Chicago Location, Moving To CaliforniaLucas Museum in Chicago is dead.
Home Care Workers Boo Rauner Over Proposed CutsUnionized home care workers tried to confront Gov. Bruce Rauner on Thursday, outside a state agency they claim he is hurting.
Parents Give Governor, Lawmakers An F For Budget ImpasseCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez sat down with Gov. Bruce Rauner, who's urging the public to pressure legislators.
Opinion: Illinois Sinks Into The Abyss, Politicians Abandon Ship And The State’s Most Vulnerable DrownIllinois’s entire social services landscape is sinking, pulled under by the weight of the state’s budget quarrel. Thousands are suffering.
Teachers To Emanuel, Rauner: 'Not One More Cent In Cuts'As Mayor Rahm Emanuel called on Governor Bruce Rauner and state lawmakers to provide more money for the Chicago Public Schools, teachers at a meeting on the South Side said the mayor has done little to help matters.
Democrats Blast Rauner For Comparing Chicago Schools To 'Crumbling Prisons'Some Democratic state lawmakers visited a Chicago public school on Thursday, to show Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s heated rhetoric about the district’s funding is wrong on several counts.
Gov. Rauner Can't Name One 'Crumbling' CPS School He's VisitedGov. Rauner is getting more heat for calling some Chicago Public Schools "crumbling prisons."
Rauner Calls Some Chicago Public Schools 'Crumbling Prisons'Gov. Bruce Rauner said Monday that some Chicago public schools are “crumbling prisons."
Senate GOP Leader Expects Short-Term Budget Deal By End Of The MonthA top Republican lawmaker said it’s likely the Illinois General Assembly will reach an agreement on a stopgap budget deal soon, but long-term solutions might take a while.
CTU Blames CPS Crisis On Failed Leadership From Emanuel, RaunerWith Illinois lawmakers unable to reach a deal on a state budget, and the head of the Chicago Public Schools warning schools might not open in fall without state funding, the Chicago Teachers Union said the problem could be solved “if people start acting like grownups.”
Claypool Warns CPS Won't Open In Fall Without State Education BudgetChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool told CBS 2 that CPS and many other districts in Illinois would be unable to open in fall if Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Illinois General Assembly cannot agree on some type of budget deal and approve funding for public schools across the state.
Mayor Emanuel Walks Back Comments About Governor's WifeDiana Rauner heads the Ounce of Prevention Fund, an early childhood education group that has joined a lawsuit over the state budget impasse.