About 1,000 members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 1028 walked off the job Nov. 18 after 15 months of negotiations.
After more than five months of work, Illinois’ legislative leaders announced Wednesday they’ve reached a deal to help solve the state’s $100 billion pension problem, considered the nation’s worst.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acknowledged Tuesday there are still many details yet to be worked out in the deal on a $500 million plan to renovate Wrigley Field, but he doesn’t think that’s a problem.
Pitcher Carlos Villanueva and the Chicago Cubs have completed a $10 million, two-year contract.
The Chicago Public Schools have struck a labor deal with their second largest union, but not the one that represents teachers.
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A published report says Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein has agreed to come to the Cubs on a five-year deal.
An arbitrator has ruled that Gov. Pat Quinn may not lay off more than 1,900 state employees and close seven state facilities, because the move would violate a deal with a state labor union.
The CME Group confirmed to CBS 2 Monday that a deal in the next few weeks may keep the trading firm in Chicago.
The deal to raise the debt ceiling is expected to have an impact on the financial health of U.S. states, including Illinois.
The latest reports indicate that free agent wide receiver Roy Williams is expected to sign with the Bears, but has not agreed to terms.
A tentative deal has been reached to keep dancers on their toes with the Joffrey Ballet.
A partial agreement has been reached in the long-running dispute between the City of Chicago and two major airlines over the O’Hare expansion project.
Federal, state and railroad officials have signed an agreement that they say moves Illinois closer to having high-speed passenger service between Chicago and St. Louis.