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Nine of the 15 Dyett hunger strikers occupied the Chicago Public Schools lobby for more than an hour.

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The group said the hunger strike would go on until CPS agreed to accept ongoing input from  groups.

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Half of the 12 Dyett High School hunger strikers came to City Hall on the 15th day of their protest.

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Dyett High School hunger striker Jeanette Ramann collapsed leaving the Board of Education meeting.

Irving Park »

CPS budget hearing attendees said the district's opening itself up to a lawsuit over special ed funding.

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The last public hearing was moved to September on Friday, angering some with school proposals.

West Ridge »

CPS announced Monday it was reverting back to original start times at 34 schools after complaints.

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CPS will cut more than $200 million from its budget and lay off 479 teachers, officials said.

River North »

"To take a 7 percent pay cut is strike-worthy," CTU President Karen Lewis said of a "pension pickup."

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel also named Frank Clark to replace David Vitale as head of the Board of Education.

West Loop »

A new CTA system unveiled Monday aims to eliminate "bus gapping" and "bunching.”

Downtown »

North Siders, South Siders united to bring back the 31st Street and Lincoln Avenue CTA buses.

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Political watchers think fresh faces on City Council could be a sign of progress and productivity.

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CTA President Forrest Claypool previously was a commissioner on the Cook County Board.

West Englewood »

The Chicago Transity Authority has a self-interest in providing training for diesel mechanics.