The cuts total $31 million, even after CPS restored $15 million to some schools.
St. Ben's will close its high school within the next two years.
Majority-Latino schools had been slammed twice as hard as majority-white schools by cuts, report found.
Tired of hearing bad news about Chicago? Here are some great things happening in the neighborhoods.
You can buy up to six tickets per household.
CPS officials reminded schools not to work with immigration agents.
"Where does this man go to get his reputation back?" 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke asked.
Officials credited the technology with a reduction in shootings in Englewood.
Tens of thousands of students were not at school last Thursday.
Got a sweet tooth? There's no need to wait for the last meal of the day to enjoy dessert.
Three finalists are vying to design Irving Park's new library, planned for 4022 N. Elston Ave.
Our round up of drink specials, entertainment and specialty menus for the holiday.
Ald. Jason Ervin (28th) said he didn't support the new rules, but voted for them anyway.
The city and Chicago Public Schools already ban discrimination against transgender Chicagoans.
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