Chicago students joined a nationwide walkout Friday to rally against gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.
State investigators held three public meetings in March and also collected some 8,600 pages of documents before releasing their findings Wednesday.
Some want the State Board of Education, which launched the probe, to appoint an independent monitor to oversee changes with special education at CPS.
The mayor: “Though you may face obstacles in other cities, we welcome spaces dedicated to empowering women and understand and respect your mission.”
From the outside looking in, life at the traditionally staid Chicago Tribune has in recent months resembled a daytime drama.
A trick question: How many escalators are there at the Red Line’s Monroe station?
Details of what may have led to the shootings remained sketchy Monday; Murry had chosen the Peoria school over Brown University in the Ivy League.
Monday’s initial dusting of snowfall should taper off by 1 p.m., making way for a round of snow and rain showers that’s expected to last until 2 p.m.
I shouldn’t be so fussy, my wife says. Trouble is, I grew up in the Old Country, where houses don’t have plastic on the outside and tar on the roof.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., also this week sent a letter to a top Sinclair executive, expressing his concerns about the Deadspin video.
A Zion man who already was charged with conspiring to provide support to the Islamic State is now accused of lying to the FBI.
U.S. District Court Judge Robert Gettleman agreed to postpone Reynolds’ sentencing until May 10.
This week, her attorneys filed a motion in the Illinois Supreme Court, saying that court doesn’t have the authority to force her out.
The primatologist was in town to encourage female CPS students to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields.
Staff at the Chicago-based satirical website, The Onion, have voted to unionize.