State To Offer Free Aid To Those Struggling To Return To Work Due To Child Care IssuesHelp is on the way for Illinois parents struggling to get back to work because of child care issues.
Relief Coming For Illinois Parents Seeking Child Care And ProvidersSome Illinois parents will be getting much-needed relief as they try to get back to work after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deaf Woman Says She Lost Her Child Care Job At Bright Horizons Because They Wouldn't Accommodate Her Disability Amid PandemicOne of the country's largest childcare companies faces a discrimination claim out of Western Springs.
Start Of All-Remote CPS School Quarter Leaves Some Parents In Search Of Child Care OptionsThe school year starts Tuesday for the Chicago Public Schools with all-remote learning.
Parents, Educators Gather At City Hall Tuesday For Stand-In For Child Care FundingTen bus-loads of parents and educators will gather at City Hall for a peaceful stand-in Tuesday morning.
O'Hare Airport Workers Deemed 'First Responders,' Denied Paid Time Off To Take Care Of Kids During PandemicTwo Chicago city workers thought they could take time off from their jobs to care for their kids during the coronavirus pandemic - the city policy even said the two workers would get paid.
With No Firm Rules In Place From State, Daycare Operators Face Tough Decisions During Coronavirus PandemicWhen it comes to daycares, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is leaving the critical decision on whether to close for the coronavirus pandemic up to their owners.
Aldermen Want More Information From Centers Housing Border ChildrenTwo Brazilian boys, separated from their families at the border, told stories of being isolated and yelled at.
YMCA Child Care Workers Stage One-Day Strike In ChicagoApproximately 130 child care workers at 10 Chicago area YMCAs were on a one-day strike on Thursday, protesting what they said are poverty level wages and insufficient staffing levels at YMCA-run child care centers.
Illinois Senate Rejects Rauner's Veto Of Anti-Heroin BillSenate Democrats bucked Gov. Bruce Rauner's veto Wednesday in instituting a law to fight heroin abuse in Illinois, but ran into predictable Republican derision when they approved spending $3.8 billion to fund a variety of programs from breast cancer screenings to lottery prizes.
Chicago Day Care Center Investigated After Worker Allegedly Paddled ChildA parent tells CBS 2 her child was beaten and bruised at a Chicago daycare center, and now the state’s child-welfare agency is investigating. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
State Rep. Ford Calls On Gov. Rauner To Fund Child Care Assistance ProgramState Representative La Shawn Ford joined preschoolers and their teachers, demanding immediate funding of early child care throughout the Illinois, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
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Parents Scramble For Last Minute Child Care After Schools Close For parents who did have to go to work today, finding child care at the last moment was a challenge, reports WBBM's Regine Schlesinger.
Back To Work: Preparing Family For Your Return To The OfficeEase your family's transition into a new routine when you go back to work