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1 February CPS Energy bills out soon; excessive costs from winter storms not included
2 CPS Energy provides an update for bills impacted by San Antonio's February winter crisis
3 CPS students — including high schoolers — to get last chance to opt in for in-person learning before next year
4 CPS Energy: Customers won’t see storm charges on February bills
5 All CPS staff should receive vaccine shot by the end of March, schools chief says
6 13 questions with CPS CEO Janice Jackson a week after schools reopen
7 CPS suspends partnership with Young Chicago Authors after group accused of doing little about sexual assault …
8 CPS Energy faces $1 billion bill for winter weather power crisis
9 Activists gather at Texas Capitol asking for CPS, DFPS reform
10 CPS Energy commits to February bill relief
11 CPS Energy sued by San Antonio man for wife’s death during winter storm
12 CPS parents, organizers demand elected school board
13 CPS proposes going back to school in August, ditching traditional post-Labor Day start
14 Every CPS student to get $450 for food through federal program that will benefit 1 million Illinois children
15 Chicago Public Schools proposes earlier fall start date to make up for COVID disruption
16 Skyrocketing price of power could impact CPS Energy bills for a decade or longer
17 Frustrated CPS Energy customers criticize utility’s handling of winter energy crisis
18 CPS Elementary Students Are Back In Class After A Year
19 CPS reports lowest case rate ahead of vote on five-day-a-week in-person learning
20 Thousands of CPS students returned to classrooms for in-person learning for 1st time during coronavirus pande…
21 CPS Energy executive Cris Eugster, architect of clean energy push, to leave utility
22 CPS bills won’t include extra costs from winter outages for now; CEO stops short of promising it won’t ever happen
23 How to support CPS students worried about going back to school
24 CPS Energy: Natural gas behind sky-high costs during last week’s winter storm
25 Cashless Payment Systems (CPS)
26 ‘Intensity’ of freezing temperatures hindering power restoration efforts, CPS Energy CEO says
27 ‘We are out of the worst of it,’: CPS Energy CEO says outages nearly resolved, working to slow billing system
28 CPS open to improving remote learning as F’s increase, attendance drops
29 CPS Energy board drills down on questions about energy capacity and winterizing plants
30 Here's when autopay will resume for your CPS bill
31 ‘No one to speak to’: CPS Energy customers frustrated, concerned for vulnerable community members amid rotating outages
32 CPS Energy Launches Global RFP For Next Phase Of Conservation & Energy Efficiency Programs To Help More Customers
33 CPS reopening: Here is what many schools will look like starting Monday
34 CPS students demand change for inclusive education and social justice
35 CPS teachers may be required to disclose whether they’ve been vaccinated
36 In wake of storm, high natural gas prices, CPS likely to slow shift to renewable power
37 CPS Energy bills to come soon, but they won’t include storm charges
38 CPS Energy prepares for freezing weather, offers tips to safely stay warm
39 CPS Looks To Offer Families Learning Options That 'Fit Their Needs'
40 Parents Organize 'Sick Out' Ahead of CPS Reopening Next Week: 'We're Tired Of Not Being Heard'
41 CPS Technologies Corporation Produces Multiple Parts for the MethaneSAT Satellite Program
42 WATCH LIVE: CPS Energy provides winter storm recap at special board of trustees meeting
43 CPS Energy plan lays out costs of closing — or converting — Spruce coal plant
44 CPS Energy asks San Antonio community to weigh in on fate of coal plant built in 2010
45 Distrust In CPS Keeps Some Families From Returning In-Person
46 CPS Says There's A Tentative Deal With CTU; Union Members Considering It
47 CTU members approve CPS reopening deal, sending tens of thousands of students and teachers back to schools
48 Snow day called as CPS cancels in-person classes Tuesday
49 CPS board president: Let's stop the bickering and unite for our kids
50 CPS Energy provides update on power outages, restoration
51 CPS high schools still have no reopening date. Here’s how one principal is helping her students cope in the meantime.
52 What Will It Take To Reopen CPS High Schools?
53 Flint Group CPS Announce Price Increases Across Sheetfed Inks, Coatings In North America
54 More CPS Students and Staff Return to Schools
55 CPS to resume in-person classes Wednesday
56 ‘Simply not acceptable:’ DeWine calls out CPS for Walnut Hills plan
57 As pressure mounts for an elected school board, Mayor Lightfoot says CPS parents will have a voice
58 CPS Opening 4 Vaccination Sites For School Employees Next Week
59 CPS board member caught on recording badmouthing parents and teachers
60 'Oh no, I'm not resigning.' CPS board member responds to community concerns over 'secret recording'
61 CPS Technologies Corporation Announces Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2020 Results
62 Brockhouse calls for CPS Energy CEO’s resignation after ‘woefully inadequate’ winter storm response
63 Fitch Downgrades San Antonio, TX's Electric & Gas Rev Bonds to 'AA-'; Removes RWN; Outlook Negative
64 More CPS teachers return to classrooms Monday
65 CPS Brings Back Some Students This Week With COVID Precautions
66 Equipment failure led to days long power outages, CPS Energy workers say
67 CPS Teacher Wants To Fill Remote Learning Gap With Children's TV Show Set At Logan Square Community Garden
68 Many boxes of food intended for CPS students found on side of Englewood road
69 Global CyberPhysical System (CPS) Market 2021 Regional Markets, Subcomponent Manufacturers, Business Standards and Forecast to 2025 – NeighborWebSJ
70 Driver seriously injured after striking a State Patrol car on I-70 near Watkins
71 CTA Partners With CPS To Offer 'Elevating Futures' Scholarship, Chance To Work On Massive Red Line Overhaul
72 CPS launches COVID-19 vaccine sites exclusively for staff as part of reopening plan with Chicago Teachers Union
73 Daywatch: CPS and teachers union reach tentative deal, moms bear brunt of pandemic job loss and the best and worst Super Bowl commercials
74 3-year-old College Station girl with Oklahoma's CPS, mother arrested for endangering a child
75 CPS Technologies Corp. to Host Earnings Call
76 Confusion Over EBT Meal Card For CPS Students
77 Wednesday COVID-19 coverage: CPS 14-day case rate of 15.3
78 Lawmakers must find ways to support DYA and CPS efforts to help abused children
79 Board Members Worry Enrollment Could Affect CPS Budget Next Year
80 CPS to Host Conference Call on Fourth Quarter 2020 Earnings
81 Registration open for the 2021 CPS Research Symposium
82 CPS Energy customers may experience rotating power outages
83 CPS Auto Receivables Trust 2020-A -- Moody's upgrades 27 classes of bonds issued by 13 auto loan securitizations
84 Lightfoot: CPS would ‘never have opened without mayoral control,’ casts doubt on her promise of elected schoo…
85 CPS Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Earnings
86 Pandemic child abuse panic underscores need for CPS reform | TheHill
87 CPS Energy holds board meeting to recap winter storm
88 CPS Technologies Produces Multiple Parts for the MethaneSAT Satellite Program
89 State representative defends encouraging CPS to tell Columbia teachers' union to 'go to hell'
90 Daywatch: U. of I. saliva COVID-19 test approved, thousands of CPS students return and the plight of restaurant workers in the pandemic
91 CPS Will Lock Out Teachers Who Don't Report to Schools Monday
92 CPS Energy provides update on billing after winter storm that left many without power
93 CPS summer school enrollment opens Monday morning | Mid-Missouri News |
94 Some CPS Teachers and Students Return to Schools
95 Columbia schools YouTube channel embraces science in a fun way
96 CPS parents ask for more resources as district battles declining enrollment
97 U.Va. engineers develop cybersecurity to protect cyber-physical systems during attacks
98 Parents React to CPS, CTU Tentative Agreement
99 Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. (CPS) Plunges 5.14% on March 04
100 Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened March 1 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area