Homeowners’ rush to avoid losing money on the new Republican tax law is just the latest sign that the system for funding public education remains broken.
Also, a Northwestern professor and an Oxford University employee are wanted for murder in connection with a stabbing death in River North.
Also, Jason Van Dyke’s lawyer wants to move the first-degree murder trial out of Cook County.
Also, police union head speaks out on Chicago’s antipolice sentiments.
Mayor Emanuel sits on an estimated $1.7 billion in TIF reserves, but somehow schools face more cuts.
Honoring the late Edna Pardo, whose campaign for public schools and fair taxes lives on
When push comes to shove, the city’s middle-class parents often shove off for the suburbs.
How state school funding policies encourage the creation of TIF districts
The state’s political titans are feuding–and that finally brings the mayor’s TIFs to the fore.