The Waukegan teachers' strike is set to come to an end after the Waukegan Teachers' Council and school board reached an agreement in the early morning hours of Thursday.
As candidates spar over raising the minimum wage, a question on Tuesday's ballot will take the pulse of where Illinoisans stand on the issue.
Several Catholic schools in the Chicagoland area will close as the result of low enrollment and budget deficits in the system, the Archdiocese of Chicago said Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Dick Dubin (D-IL) and U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-IL,17) hosted a roundtable discussion focused on women's economic security issues in Rock Island on Tuesday.
Tensions surrounding the Waukegan teachers strike, which began October 2, boiled over at the town's school board meeting Tuesday night.
Amazon.com announced Tuesday it will open new facilities in Illinois, with its first warehouse in the state expected to open next year.
The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and the Journey for Justice Alliance are hosting a National Summit on Urban Education in Chicago on Tuesday.
In the early 1980s the song reflecting the state of electronic media was "Video Killed the Radio Star." In 2014, the question has become whether wireless media will "kill" free public TV.
CAN TV will provide live coverage of a town hall meeting on Illinois education funding reform Monday night.