Chicago Teachers Union A Step Closer To Strike Vote Over Concerns About COVID Safety In CPS SchoolsThe Chicago Teachers Union is one step closer to a strike vote over what they call the unsafe return to school buildings.
West Chicago High School Teachers Authorize Potential StrikeBut a strike won't happen anytime soon, a union official tells WBBM's Bob Roberts.
Agreement Reached With Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' UnionSnow plow drivers will be back on the streets for any snow Sunday, after avoiding a strike vote.
Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' Union Threaten Strike VoteThe union suggests Chicago's plows could be idle when they're needed most due to a contract negotiation.
Illinois State Workers' Union To Announce Results Of Strike VoteThe state's largest public employees union announces the results of a strike authorization vote at a mid-morning Thursday news conference in Springfield.
ASPIRA Charter School Teachers Plan To Take Strike Vote On WednesdayA strike by ASPIRA teachers would be the first at a charter school anywhere in the country.
Mayor Emanuel: Looming Teachers Strike 'Unnecessary' And 'Avoidable'The mayor says teachers are reneging on a deal hammered out months ago by top union officials.
Chicago Teachers Union Tabulating Strike-Authorization BallotsWill they or won't they strike this year? The answer could be determined by ballots being tabulated over the next couple of days. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Three-Day Strike Authorization Vote Begins For Chicago Teachers UnionChicago teachers were set to begin voting Wednesday on whether to authorize a strike, amid contract talks with the Chicago Public Schools, although a possible walkout is still months away.
Evergreen Park Teachers Could Go On Strike In A WeekTeachers in southwest suburban Evergreen Park have set next Tuesday as a strike date if there is no contract agreement by then.
Teacher Contract Talks Continue Amid Worries Over StrikeIf a deal is not hammered out, teachers could walk off the job as soon as Sept. 10.
Poll: Emanuel Gets High Marks, Voters Want Teachers To Wait For Strike VoteA new poll shows Mayor Rahm Emanuel getting high marks from voters during his first year in office, but little public support for an early vote on a possible Chicago teachers' strike.
Chicago Janitors May Soon Walk Off The JobThe clock is ticking for janitors, who are ready to walk off the job next week if they don't reach a new deal with building owners.
Union Janitors Vote To Authorize StrikeWaving purple sheets of paper in the air and chanting "Yes, we can!" about 2,000 janitors rallied at Teamster City at Ashland Avenue and Jackson Boulevard on Saturday.