2 Investigators: Pensioners Fight Back When Fund Demands Overpayments Be ReturnedMore than 500 retirees were overpaid more than $5 million over 40 years because of mistakes admitted by the Sheet Metal Workers Local 73 pension fund. CBS 2's Pam Zekman has this follow-up report.
Union Arbitration Override Fails In Ill. HouseThe latest on action at the state Capitol, where the Illinois House is expected to consider overriding Gov. Bruce Rauner's veto of union-related legislation and other measures.
Your Chicago: Camp Douglas, A Civil War Historic SiteThe South Side encampment was named after 19th Century Illinois politician Steven Douglas and was one of the most important Union camps during the Civil War. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
Rauner Appearance Met With Pro-Union Demonstrators
Lyons Police Force Will Cut Department By One-Third: UnionIt would be a bitter turn in labor negotiations that have been stalled since December. The village says it doesn’t have the money to meet the union’s demands. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Baker's Dozen: It's Time To Pay The Collegiate WorkforceNorthwestern football seeking to unionize is the right move.
Extra-Alarm Union Barn Fire Under Control, But Still BurningA five-alarm barn fire that has been burning since Tuesday evening in northwest suburban Union is under control early Wednesday, although it could take up to two days for crews to completely extinguish it.
CTA Union: Ventra System Allowing Commuters To Ride For FreeA union official on Thursday showed reporters a photograph of a Ventra card that worked –- despite having a negative balance of $272.50.
Revamped Hostess Cranking Out Twinkies, With Reduced Work ForceThe cream-filled sponge cakes are back in a big way after Hostess filed for bankruptcy amid a labor dispute with its workers. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Chicago Charter School Teachers Push To Form UnionAt most charters, teachers are non-union. Now, labor is making a push to unionize teachers at one of Chicago's biggest charter networks, reports CBS 2's Derrick Blakley.
South Suburban Sewer Workers Go On Strike The workers who take care of the sewer system for more than 100,000 people in Chicago Heights, Homewood, Steger and Crete are on strike.
Union Supporters Protest Illinois Minimum WageUnion supporters took to the streets today to demand an increase in the state's minimum wage.