Illinois State Workers' Union To Announce Results Of Strike VoteThe state's largest public employees union announces the results of a strike authorization vote at a mid-morning Thursday news conference in Springfield.
CPS Latino Advisory Committee Resigns Over School Budget CutsCPS Latino Advisory Committee chairman Jose Rico said his committee’s recommendations have fallen on deaf ears at the board, and that schools with mostly Latino students have the least amount of money spent on them.
Chicago's Undocumented Wonder: What Will Happen To My Children?Immigration advocates say fear of deportation is widespread. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Aldermen In High-Crime Wards Defy Emanuel Over Use Of Surplus MoneyMayor Emanuel wants to plant trees and upgrade parks. But some aldermen insist that cash must go to fighting crime.
25 Immigrants Are Now American CitizensThey came to America from 15 different nations, but 25 immigrants are now American citizens.
Protesters To Mark Trump's First Month In Office On Presidents DayAs President Donald Trump prepares to unveil a revised travel ban, protesters were preparing to gather at Trump Tower in Chicago on Monday, for the second day in a row of demonstrations against the president’s immigration policies.
Anita Alvarez: 'I Do Feel Like The Scapegoat'The Cook County State’s Attorney sat down with CBS 2’s Brad Edwards to discuss Chicago street violence, policing and what her future holds.
Protesters Return To Trump Tower And March To Federal PlazaOne month after President Trump's inauguration, hundreds gathered near Trump Tower in Chicago to once again demonstrate.
Feds: Dorothy Brown Requested $10,000 Loan From An EmployeeThe Cook County Circuit Court Clerk has not been charged with any crime and denies any wrongdoing.
Michel, GOP Leader Skilled At Deal-Making, Dies At Age 93Bob Michel, an affable Illinois congressman who served as leader of the Republican House minority for 14 years and was skilled at seeking compromise critical in getting many initiatives of two Republican presidents through Congress, died Friday. He was 93.
Court Won't Halt State Employee Paychecks During Illinois Budget ImpasseAttorney General Lisa Madigan argued stopping pay is constitutional and will hasten an agreement.
Aldermen Vote To Scale Back Airbnb RegulationsA City Council panel has given preliminary approval to changes in the regulations governing Airbnb and other vacation home-sharing websites, only eight months after aldermen passed the original ordinance.

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