As CPS Promises $100 Million In Cuts, Principals Await DetailsCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley has a look at the process.
Parents Dismayed As Discord Between CPS, Teachers ContinuesCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley explains parents are not happy about news of possible teachers strike again.
Chicago Teachers Union President Backs Off Strike RhetoricChicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis said contract negotiations with the Chicago Public Schools have been going well, and she thinks a strike can be avoided.
Emanuel Discusses Police-Community Relations At Mayors ConferenceEmanuel he says he's not hiding from the controversy over policing in Chicago.
Emanuel In Washington D.C. For U.S. Mayor's ConferenceMayor Rahm Emanuel has a little work ahead of him, repairing his reputation as a big city leader. He's in the nation’s capital for the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Illinois Tollway Launches Zero Weather Road PatrolsThe frigid weather could last for a couple more days, so the Illinois Tollway has stepped up around-the clock protection for drivers.
Gov. Rauner Says CPS Shouldn't Expect Money From SpringfieldCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley spoke with the governor in Springfield Tuesday as he starts his second year in office.
Rauner 'Very Disappointed' In How Emanuel And Alvarez Handled Laquan McDonald CaseIt’s not the first time Rauner has addressed the Laquan McDonald scandal. Last month, Rauner said he cried when he saw the video of the teen’s death, calling it “shocking [and] terrifying,” and questioned why it took so long to file murder charges against the officer who shot the teen.
Witness Account Raises Questions About Fatal Police ShootingCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports an eyewitness account of the police shooting that claimed the lives of those two West Garfield Park residents raises new questions about what caused police to open fire.
Holidays Not So Happy For Burbank Residents Who Will Be Displaced By Reservoir ExpansionThe time is running out, CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Request For Sanctions Against Mother Of Ronald Johnson WithdrawnThe city of Chicago has withdrawn its request for a federal judge to sanction a woman for comments she made.
Inspector General's Report Criticises City's Street Paving StrategyChicago spends way too much filling potholes and not nearly enough preventing them, according to a new audit by the inspector general.