Parkland Survivor Seeks More Minority Input In #NeverAgain MovementAs she joined a class at Thornwood on Thursday, Mei-Ling Ho-Shing shared her memories of the horror at Stoneman Douglas on Feb. 14.
CPS Budget 'A Breath Of Fresh Air,' Adding $64 Million For Schools"This is a good time to be the leader of Chicago Public Schools, because our financial situation is much stronger than it was two years ago," Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson said.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel Proposes Two Waterfront City Plan“The river was mentally and physically essentially walled off from the rest of the city,” says Mayor Rahm Emanuel. “Today, the walls have begun to come down and the river is a place Chicago comes together.”
Man Accused Of Defrauding Seniors Wants Out Of JailA federal judge hasn't yet decided if Mark Diamond should be released on bond.
Sox Home Opener Comes With Cold WeatherThe chill is bit more bearable when you compare this Sox opening day to years past.
50 Years After King's Death, Jackson Says 'You’ve Got To Keep Fighting'Fifty years after he witnessed the assassination of his friend and mentor, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the pain is still raw for Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr.
CPS Students Travel To Memphis For King AnniversaryForty students from three CPS high schools are traveling to Memphis to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King on the 50th anniversary of his assassination
Pfleger To Deliver Keynote Speech On 50th Anniversary Of Rev. King's DeathFifty years ago tomorrow, civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis; thousands of people are traveling to Tennessee to mark the sad anniversary, including a prominent Chicago priest.

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