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  • Rauner, Quinn ramp up ethics barbs in Illinois governor race

    Rauner, Quinn ramp up ethics barbs in Illinois governor race
    The focus on ethics and alleged ethical misdeeds in the Illinois governor’s race ramped up Wednesday as Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner launched new TV ads to attack each other.
  • Plans are proceeding to connect bike trails in Plainfield

    Plans are proceeding to connect bike trails in Plainfield
    Getting around downtown biking trails in Plainfield could get easier next summer. Plainfield Park District commissioners last week were updated on plans to build a bridge over the DuPage River to connect Fort Beggs Trail on the south side of River...

    New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program

    New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program
    SPRINGFIELD -- A new subpoena seeking records about Gov. Pat Quinn's botched 2010 anti-violence program has been issued, this time from a federal grand jury based in Chicago. The request marks the first subpoena issued by Chicago-based federal...

    Governor Quinn, clean house

    Governor Quinn, clean house
    To fully appreciate the unabashed cronyism that flourished at the Illinois Department of Transportation, it's helpful to look back to 2003, just after the felonious Rod Blagojevich was elected governor. Jacob Miller, appointed by Blagojevich to head...

    Chance of car collisions with deer increases in Illinois

    Chance of car collisions with deer increases in Illinois
    Looking for another reason to live in Hawaii? Here it is: For the eighth consecutive year, the state that many consider paradise is where drivers are least likely to collide with a deer. The odds? One in 10,281. Illinois drivers are less fortunate....