CPS

Prosecutors accuse two women of failing to protect 3-year-old Aaron Minor after his mother was flagged to Child Protective Services.
If I had to choose one phrase to sum up America's efforts against terrorism since 9/11, it would be that lay definition of mental illness, doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.
Thus we, the Chicago Chapter of Veterans for Peace, are pursuing a many-pronged campaign to raise awareness of the epidemic
I live in a small house. It has one bathroom on the main floor and another one in the basement. The one in the basement looks
Good, honest people will go to extreme measures to give their children an edge, or at least ensure that they are getting
Chicago Public Schools' ethics watchdog recently released its annual report on investigations within CPS, focusing on issues like families lying to get their children into selective-enrollment schools.
While annual financial reports for FY 2015 were due on Nov. 15, an official with the board's public information office said
Chicago taxpayers undoubtedly slept better this week after being reassured by former Board of Education President David Vitale that they got their money's worth from the now-infamous $20.5 million, no-bid contract between CPS and SUPES Academy.
The former leader could face over seven years in jail.
You can read the rest here. Gale was 7 or 8 when he went to his first baseball game, at old Sportsman's Park in St. Louis