‘My baby has been shot.’ Boy, 1, critically injured in road-rage shooting near Grant Park on Lake Shore Drive, Chicago police say
A 1-year-old boy was in critical condition after being shot in the right temple while in a car traveling north on Lake Shore Drive near Grant Park on Tuesday morning, according to Chicago police. The shooting was motivated by road rage, police said.chicagotribune.com
Most CPS students will continue remote learning 2nd quarter but pre-kindergarten and some special ed students will return to schools; teachers union calls plan ‘dangerous’
On a call Thursday night hosted by CPS’s Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services, district representatives did not have many answers for parents asking about a return to school and said they had been in an “assessment phase.” One CPS parent on the call said given what parents had been hearing from principals and what had been reported in major news outlets, she found it hard to believe officials on the call didn’t know anything about cluster programs going back.chicagotribune.com
Fight over blight: Detroit group launches campaign against Proposition N
DETROIT – A community group launched a campaign Saturday against Proposition N.While most Detroiters want to see blight removed from their city, a new bond has some uneasy. The group Call 'Em Out is trying to get residents to vote against the new bond set to be on the ballot in November. “They have double bookings, they have mismanaged money, they have paid vendors who were not on the approved vendors list,” Agnes Hitchcock said. Hollier lives in Detroit and said his neighborhood has blight too. “They haven’t worked in the past and that’s why it’s so important for us to get it right now,” Hollier said.
State: Filing online is fastest way for Michiganders to apply for unemployment benefits
If you want to apply for unemployment in Michigan during this coronavirus crisis, click here to do so online or call 866-500-0017. File for unemployment online here. Or call 866-500-0017Filing online is fastest, state saysMichigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) said due to the tremendous call volume, certain callers may receive a busy signal. The UIA is urging people to apply online. Filing online remains the fastest way for Michiganders to apply for unemployment benefits.
Changes coming to the way unemployment is filed
Local 4 has heard from many who are furious the phones are always busy and filing online is too slow. RELATED: State: Filing online is fastest way for Michiganders to apply for unemployment benefitsNow the Unemployment Insurance Agency has been working overtime themselves to fix the problem. If you want to apply for unemployment in Michigan during this coronavirus crisis, click here to do so online or call 866-500-0017. File for unemployment online here. Filing online remains the fastest way for Michiganders to apply for unemployment benefits.