Chicago Teachers Union's Negotiations With City Wrap Up With No Deal Monday NightNgotiations between the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union wrapped up for the night with no deal Monday, as the days count down before a strike could go ahead.
Congressman Shimkus 'Heartbroken' Over President's Syria Moves, No Longer Supports Trump; 'We Have Just Stabbed Our Allies In The Back'"I'm heartbroken. In fact, I called my chief of staff in DC and said, 'Pull my name off the I support Donald Trump list.' We have just stabbed our allies in the back," Shimkus said. "This has just shocked, embarrassed, and angered me."
Chicago Police Department To Reopen Two Detective Areas Closed In 2012; CPD, CFD, And OEMC To Merge Administrative FunctionsThe mayor's office said the merger will allow the city to move 151 police officers and 11 firefighters out of headquarters and back into the neighborhoods.
Only Two Weeks Left To Visit The Lincoln Park's Outdoor Green City MarketThe Green City Market in Lincoln Park's outdoor season is coming to an end.
Woman Wins Judgment After Contractor Stopped Work, But Can't CollectWho doesn’t have a home renovation horror story? Susan Kuta sure has one.
Demetrius Easton, Charged In Bowling Ball Attack That Left Victim In Coma, To Appear In CourtThe man accused of smashing a bowling ball into someone's head will appear in court Tuesday.