Aldermen Divided On Steering TIF Dollars Away From Community Projects To Held Fund CPSCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has dilemma they're facing.
Chicago Teacher Spends Night In Jail After Bank Sit-InSome teachers think Bank of America has mismanaged Chicago school funds. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Police Arrest 16 As Chicago Teachers Rally DowntownThey planned to march north to Chicago City Hall to express anger over CPS’s threats to cut $100 million from the budget, which would include layoffs affecting the classroom.
CTU Delegates Voice Support For Bargaining Team- Chicago Teachers Union delegates met for 90 minutes Wednesday evening and voiced their support for the actions being taken by the union's leaders.
With Application Deadline Approaching, Chicago Police Push For Recruits To Increase Diversity The deadline to apply for the Chicago Police Department is right around the corner, yet the very people the police are trying to attract are not exactly lining up for the jobs.
Chicago Public Schools Laying Off Hundreds Of Administrative StaffHundreds of workers at the central offices of the Chicago Public Schools were getting layoff notices on Friday, as the district tries to plug a $480 million budget hole.
Suit: Cleared Defendants Continue To Be Detained At Cook County JailThe lawsuit seeks $10,000 for each man who's been back to jail after being cleared. That would be more than $600 million taxpayers would have to pay.
New IRS Strategy May Make It Harder To Distinguish Tax Collectors From Scammers Today you can start filing your taxes and that means scammers are firing up their phones.
Ex-Investigator Says Cedrick Chatman Video Supports His Take: 'The Shooting Was Not Justified'Lorenzo Davis says he was fired after he refused to change his ruling in the fatal shooting of a suspect.
More Than 100 CPS Students Receive Posse Scholarships Covering College TuitionHard work paid off for Jose Barrera, a high school senior. He'll be among more than 100 students recognized for their academic success at a gala Tuesday night. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on what makes him and the others so worthy.
The New Year Brings Mostly Increased Costs To ConsumersThere's at least one silver lining, CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
More People Ringing In The New Year With Job Search: SurveyMore than more than a third of all workers say they're always looking for new opportunities and job stability if the No. 1 thing they’re looking for.