As officials work to overhaul an overloaded and flawed court system, advocates and survivors say the finish line is a long way off.
City Council members may finally get their crack at questioning CTA President Dorval Carter on Thursday.
The department spent more than $33 million in comp time payments in 2020. Some police view the money as compensation for time away from family.
Tamara Mahal’s departure comes months after the BGA reported that the city overhyped the initiative and that she had made false claims about her career accomplishments
The change follows a Better Government Association/Chicago Sun-Times investigation last year that documented the impact of ‘dead end’ drug arrests in which people are briefly locked up, only to see the charges soon dismissed.
Districts in Chicago’s south suburbs stand out for spending small portions of their COVID recovery dollars as reported to the state.
Dolton West’s superintendent wants to use technology to reimagine the school day and week.
In 10 months after leaving state government, Nikki Budzinski earned more than $500,000 from a lobbyist, big-money Democratic groups that don’t disclose their donors, and political and labor organizations. Now she’s running for Congress.
Drivers on road nearby quiet city park known for bird watching slammed with hundreds of bike lane infractions
Parents have complained about the school system’s lack of inclusion of the classroom assistants — who best know their children and their needs — in the decision-making process.