Chicago Teachers' Strike Ends With Agreement: Did Teachers Get What They Wanted?A teachers’ strike that tied for the fourth longest in Chicago history is now over – but did the teachers get what they wanted?
Teachers' Strike May Leave Relationship Between Mayor Lightfoot, CTU StrainedWhile a deal has been approved and the Chicago Teachers Union has agreed to end its strike, the strain of reaching the agreement seemed apparent on both sides Thursday.
CPS Classes Canceled For Eighth Day On Monday, Which Will Make 2019 Teachers' Strike Longest Since 1987Classes are canceled for again for Chicago Public Schools students on Monday, CPS announced.
City Announces Tentative Agreement With SEIU Local 73, Representing 7,500 CPS Support Staff -- But Teachers' Strike ContinuesThe union representing some Chicago Public Schools support staff has come to a tentative agreement with the city – but that has no effect on the teachers’ strike.
Mayor Lightfoot To Address City's Budget Plans, Chicago Faces $838 Million ShortfallMayor Lori Lightfoot will address the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt.
Breaking Down The Claims About Money: CPS Vs. The Chicago Teachers UnionTalks between the striking Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools negotiators were on the verge of a breakdown on Tuesday.
What Would The Proposed Teachers' Contracts Cost?Even if you don't have children, all Chicago homeowners can expect to pay up for a new teachers' contract.
Chicago Teachers Union President: 'Our Recommendation Is That There Be A Strike'Delegates will have the final say with a vote on Wednesday, but the president of the Chicago Teachers Union said Tuesday night that the union is recommending a teachers’ strike.
Mayor Lightfoot Takes Action, Investigation Begins Following CBS 2 Probe Into Wrong Raids By PoliceOur CBS 2 Investigators are getting results – the Chicago Police Department is under investigation for officers obtaining bad search warrants and then raiding the homes of innocent families.
Officials: City Schools Will Be Open, But No Instruction Will Occur, In Event Of Teachers' StrikeMayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Janice K. Jackson said Wednesday that city schools will be kept buildings open in the event of a teachers’ strike.
CPS Staff, Park District Staff Deliver Strike Notices TuesdayStaff members from Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Park District hand-delivered strike notices to Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office at City Hall Tuesday.
Immigration Agents Detain Workers At Route 66 Pizzeria On Southeast Side, Officials SayFederal immigration agents detained five people at a Southeast Side pizzeria Monday, the Mayor’s Office confirmed.
Lightfoot: Pot Sales Banned In Downtown ChicagoMayor Lightfoot has divided the city into seven zones for recreational marijuana sales. She said seven dispensaries should be allowed in each zone, but the central business district, including the Mag Mile, should be off limits.
Why Is City Paying Out Tens Of Millions In Police Overtime With More Officers On The Street?The number of Chicago Police officers on the street is at a 10-year high – so why are taxpayers still paying tens of millions of dollars in police overtime?
Goodell, Former NFL Players Turn Out To Clean Up Douglas Park, Reward Community LeaderIn advance of the NFL-100 kickoff, several former players joined Commissioner Roger Goodell for a cleanup of Douglas Park on the city’s West Side.