Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates said she was stopped at a City Hall elevator by Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s security team and barred from participating in the final round of negotiations that ended the strike that saw teachers out of school for 11 days.
Fran Spielman interviews Stacy Davis Gates on being barred from meeting that ended teachers strike
The CTU vice president said she was stopped at a City Hall elevator by the mayor’s security team.
Kahleah Copper finished with a game-high 23 points. Candace Parker had a double-double with 11 points and 15 rebounds Thursday night.
El Milagro employees call for fair wages, end to harsh working conditions during walkout in Little Village
At least 85 El Milagro workers contracted COVID-19 last year, a spokesperson for the workers said Thursday. Five of them died.
Multiple CPS schools, including Simeon, targeted with online threats of gun violence; south suburban man in custody
The threats came as the Simeon community reeled from a pair of shootings Tuesday that left two students dead.
Biden intends to visit a Chicago business enforcing a vaccine mandate, a White House official said.
Coronavirus course correct? State’s recovery steers $44 million to ailing businesses, the unemployed, at-risk youth
The individual programs announced Thursday aren’t "the goals in and of themselves, but they are the key components of our recovery from the pandemic and our commitment to build a better Illinois for everyone," Pritzker said.
We urge those who agree with us — that there are better alternatives to cops in schools cracking down on 12-year-olds — to keep on pushing.