Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott Gives $5 Million To Chicago's Kennedy-King CollegeThe donation announced Tuesday is the largest single private gift ever given the college and City Colleges of Chicago.
City Launching 4 Mobile COVID-19 Testing SitesIt's a pilot program to bring testing to areas hit hardest by the pandemic.
College Coach Accused Of Sexual AbuseEduardo Barrios allegedly approached the student and offered to help with the cramp and took him to his office.
Man Charged With Bringing Gun To Kennedy-King College In EnglewoodFrank Sykes, 21, faces one felony count each of unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and unlawful use of a weapon near a school.
Potential Whole Foods Suppliers Flock To Englewood WorkshopChicago area entrepreneurs filled an auditorium at Kennedy-King College on Friday, hoping Whole Foods would pick their products to fill the shelves of a store scheduled to open in Englewood at the end of the year.
Minimum Wage Panel To Hold Public Hearing Monday Evening As the City of Seattle starts to raise its minimum wage to $15-an hour, Mayor Emanuel’s hand-picked panel is preparing to hold its first public hearing on how Chicago might raise the minimum wage here, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
First Ever City Job Fair Leaves Many Frustrated With Hiring ProcessThousands of people waited in line for hours Friday morning at Kennedy-King College, to attend a job fair hosted by the city of Chicago, but many of those people left upset, when they found out the job fair wasn’t quite what they were expecting.
City To Hold Job Fair To Fill Vacant PositionsThe City Of Chicago will hold a job fair on Friday to help fill hundreds of vacant city positions.
Raucous Crowd Protests CTA Budget At Final HearingThe crowd seeking to testify -- and protest -- was so big Thursday night at the last of three public hearings on the Chicago Transit Authority's 2012 budget that police had to turn people away from the Kennedy-King College auditorium.
Emanuel Faces Critics At First Public Budget HearingThe first of several town hall meetings on Chicago's city budget became heated Monday as Mayor Rahm Emanuel went nose to nose with some critics who challenge areas he has cut.