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State lawmakers return to the Capitol on Wednesday to consider fixes to Illinois' financially woeful government worker pension system, but the heaviest lifting they're likely to do is to vote to form a committee to seek an elusive compromise. Lacking...
The Forest Preserve District of Cook County plans to celebrate its centennial for the next three years, bringing new and renovated campgrounds and interactive online maps and apps to county residents. The projects, which also include a new logo, updated...
Regulators have ruled that a lawyer who is also a former McHenry County Board member committed misconduct in connection with accusations he had sex with a legal client and accepted more than $100,000 in loans from her. Robert Bless, who also worked as a...
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Dear Standard & Poor's, We're back, Stan, appreciative (of you) but disgusted (with our inept politicians). In February, when we addressed the fourth of these occasional letters from the Tribune editorial board to all of you at Standard & Poor's, you...
Chicago Tribune reporterMidway is the little airport that could. Despite numerous hurdles, it managed to become the busiest airport in the world, a title it held for at least 15 years. Don't remember the golden age? The little airfield on the city's Southwest Side...
His final farewell unfolded as if he had choreographed every song and step. With people in the pews belting out the Celtic hymn "Lord of the Dance," the Rev. Andrew Greeley was carried out of Christ the King Roman Catholic Church in Chicago's Beverly...
St. Louis Post-DispatchEDWARDSVILLE, Ill. Former Southern Illinois University Edwardsville student Olutosin Oduwole can pursue a music career without fear of being returned to prison now that the Illinois Supreme Court refused to review the case against him. Prosecutors...
This story was reported in collaboration with Medill Watchdog, a project at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, and WGN-TV, with producer Marsha Bartel and reporter Mark Suppelsa contributing. Medill Watchdog can be found at...
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Tribune reporterSPRINGFIELD — The chief justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, citing “gun-related tragedies” and the state’s debate over concealed carry, emphasized in a memo to judges throughout Illinois this week that the state must be notified...
My wife and I were public school educators for a combined 67 years. We followed all the rules and paid the required pension deductions from every paycheck. Illinois legislators, meanwhile, decided against providing required contributions to the Teachers&...
A few months before Ryan Burke became the first student with Down syndrome to attend Notre Dame College Prep in Niles, his father made an emotional plea to his son's classmates. "All we ask is that you say 'hi' to him. Just give him a chance," Kevin...
Tribune reporterA data breach at a St. Louis-based grocery store chain could cost the family-run company $80 million in Illinois alone, according to a court filing. Schnuck Markets Inc., which has more than 30 stores in the Rockford area and in downstate Illinois,...
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