A Chicago police officer is suing the city, claiming he blew the whistle on his boss, leading to retaliation.
Three ex-state employees who claim former Treasurer Dan Rutherford fired them 10 months ago in retaliation for providing damaging evidence in a sexual harassment investigation are threatening legal action unless the state gives them back pay and scrubs personnel records of the misconduct charges used to show them the door.
A fired Chicago cop caught up in a plan to plant drugs and a gun in a suburban woman’s car got his job back after the city’s police board this month took a second look at the case.
The Fraternal Order of Police, which filed the injunction Monday in Cook County Circuit Court, claims there is reason to believe the lists are inaccurate and could “unfairly and vexatiously harm” the officers named in them.
Five CTA current and former employees have sued the agency, claiming it placed hidden cameras in an area used as a changing room at a station on the Green Line, and recorded them undressing last year.
The state’s top ethics watchdog accused former RTA member and South Side minister Tyrone Crider of misconduct for steering a investments to a South Side bank to which he owed money
Dan Rutherford spokeswoman Judy Pardonnet said Thursday that the information now will only be released through the courts.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards interviews a teacher about allegations of misconduct against two co-workers.
Questions are being raised about what’s going on at Northern Illinois University – with one investigation in progress, and now the departure of two accused administrators who are getting tens of thousands of dollars in severance.
New Trier Township High School has fired a German teacher accused of having an “inappropriate relationship” with a student.
A foreign language teacher at New Trier High School on the North Shore is out of the classroom and under investigation. But no one is saying why.