The Illinois Senate has passed a measure that would require parents to send their kids to school before their 7th birthday, in a vote that broke down along party lines.
A west suburban woman has been sentenced to prison for her fourth DUI arrest after she dropped her child off at school while intoxicated.
Two teenage boys have been arrested in Elgin, after a shotgun was found in a locker at Gifford Street High School on Thursday.
This weekend, the city’s first high school dedicated to students with dyslexia will hold an open house. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
The creators of multimillion dollar companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and Dropbox are pushing a You Tube video promoting the importance of teaching students how to code.
A 15-year-old student was arrested Monday morning for trying to bring an unloaded handgun into a Northwest Side high school.
Bond was set at $500,000 on Friday for a man who up until the day after he was charged last week with the sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl in the South Chicago neighborhood was varsity basketball coach for a South Side charter school.
A teenager was arrested after bringing an unloaded gun to school and stored it in his locker.
Across the country, schools will be on high alert following Friday’s shooting in Connecticut.
Police on Saturday seized 47 guns and ammunition from the home of a northwest Indiana man who a day earlier had threatened to set his wife on fire and kill as many people as he could at a nearby elementary school.
CBS 2’s Courtney Gousman spoke with Nancy’s former sister-in-law Saturday morning in Crystal Lake, and learned a lot more about the killer.
Chicagoans react to the school shooting in Newton, Connecticut shooting.
Stefanie Norris of Willow House offers tips for helping kids deal with the school shooting in Newtown Conn.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards talks with the family of a fifth-grader who says an Antioch elementary teacher gripped her arm so hard there were bruises.
About 25 children were hospitalized in good condition after a carbon monoxide leak at a school in the Far South Side Burnside neighborhood Monday afternoon.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel seems to find money for everything his administration wants, CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson reports. So why can’t he find money for the schools?
CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson says taxpayers should have a better look into contract negotiations between teachers and Chicago Public Schools.
The bill Gov. Pat Quinn signed allows police departments to notify school administrators when a student is a part of an ongoing investigation, even if they haven’t been arrested or charged.
The CTA is giving some Chicago students free rides to high school.
Chicago Public Schools students will be able to ride CTA buses and trains for free on the first day of school.