Workers End Strike At Chicago Hilton HotelsThe Hilton told CBS 2 it has worked out a contact so employees keep their healthcare even if they're laid off during the  off-season winter months.
Small Businesses Near Downtown Hotels Hurting Due To Continued Workers StrikeChicago’s striking hotel workers say they are fighting to improve their lives, but in the process, some business owners say they’re taking a hit.
More Than A Dozen Chicago Hotel Workers On Strike For Third WeekWorkers from more than a dozen Chicago hotels have entered their third week on strike.
Workers Ratify Contracts With Nine Chicago Hotels, Strike Ongoing At 17 HotelsUnion members walked off the job nearly two weeks ago.
City-Wide Hotel Strike Grows To 26 HotelsHotel workers at another Chicago hotel are joining the hotel workers' strike, as housekeepers, servers, cooks, and doormen demand better benefits. 
Customers Complain Of Poor Service As Hotel Workers Continue StrikeHotel customers are complaining of dirty beds, limited services, long check-in lines, and an overall shortage of staff since hotel workers at 25 hotels in downtown Chicago went on strike.
Chicago Hotel Workers Strike Continues For Second DayA spokesperson for the Hilton Hotel said the strike will have minimal impact on their operations. They're confident a fair agreement is going to be reached.
O’Hare Restaurant Workers Vote To Authorize StrikeHMSHost operates venues at the airport including Starbucks, Chili’s, The Publican Tavern, Wolfgang Puck Express and Rick Bayless’ Tortas Frontera.
New "Nada Nada" Ringtone Reminds Immigrants Of Their RightsThe “Nada Nada” campaign comes in the form of a ringtone; one that Ald. Danny Solis (25th) said serves as a reminder.
Emanuel Wins Hospitality Union Backing, As Garcia Works To Shore Up SupportOn the first day of early voting in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Jesus “Chuy” Garcia were criss-crossing the city to bolster support with Chicago voters.
Thompson Center Food Service Workers Seek Quinn's Help Keeping JobsEmployees who work at the various fast food stands at The Great State Fare food court in the basement of the Thompson Center are worried they’ll lose their jobs when their employer, Sodexo, moves out of the state government building hands over the reins of the food court to a new management company.