Chicago ditched plans Tuesday for thousands of teachers to report to schools this week ahead of students after the teachers union said its members wouldn’t comply and were prepared to picket over coronavirus safety concerns.
The popular "Jungle Cruise" ride at Walt Disney World will be updated to make it more inclusive and "less racially insensitive."
The union representing Chicago Public Schools building engineers reached a three-year labor agreement with facility management companies contracted by CPS, officials announced Monday.
On the day thousands of Chicago teachers were originally required to return to their classrooms, members of the Chicago Teachers Union held a news conference to detail their experiences with COVID-19 and the difficulties they’ve faced in negotiating with Chicago Public Schools.
The Chicago Teachers Union said Sunday that its members voted to defy an order to return to the classroom before they are vaccinated against the coronavirus, setting up a showdown with district officials who have said such a move would amount to an illegal strike.
Pink Line service was disrupted Saturday on the West Side after a 25-year-old man walked onto the tracks and was struck by a train.
Chicago police are asking for help locating a man wanted in connection with a robbery last week on a CTA platform near Englewood on the South Side.
Four people suffered minor injuries after a CTA Blue Line train derailed Saturday morning near Montrose Avenue.
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Teachers working for some charter school operators have reached agreements about reopening schools while the Chicago Teachers Union continues to negotiate with Chicago Public Schools.
The Chicago Police Board ruled Thursday that no officers will face discipline for a 2018 incident in which a 10-year-old boy was handcuffed and searched for weapons.
An intuitive Walt Disney World Resort employee realized a Pennsylvania woman who called under the guise of buying theme park tickets was actually in need of help from a dangerous situation.
Chicago’s school district announced Friday that it plans to start vaccinating teachers for the coronavirus in mid-February, though it remained to be seen if that would be enough to stop the teachers union from voting to defy the district’s order to return to their classrooms next week.
Chicago Public Schools teacher Lori Torres expresses her concerns regarding the district's reopening plans and why they are putting teachers in harm's way.
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Chicago police released new surveillance video Thursday showing an armed carjacking in the Loop, and these carjackers may be linked to crimes from the city to the suburbs.
Chicago teachers began voting Thursday to defy orders to report for in-person class next week ahead of elementary students’ return, actions the nation’s third-largest school district said could lead to “an illegal strike.”
Amazon won't be forced to immediately restore web service to Parler after a federal judge ruled Thursday against a plea to reinstate the fast-growing social media app, which is favored by followers of former President Donald Trump.
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Delegates with the Chicago Teachers Union have approved a walkout, sending the vote to the full union membership.