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Winnetka (Cook, Illinois)

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  • Rauner leads but Dillard surges in Tribune poll

    Rauner leads but Dillard surges in Tribune poll
    The Illinois Republican governor’s race is tightening, with Bruce Rauner leading and Kirk Dillard surging as the candidates head into the final days of the campaign trying to peel away support from rivals and recruit undecided voters into their...
  • Chief Keef gets OK to go to rehab in California

    Chief Keef gets OK to go to rehab in California
    Chicago rapper Chief Keef got permission from a Cook County judge Friday to enter a private drug treatment facility out of state after the rapper tested positive for marijuana, officials said.   Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was in court again at...
  • Quinn pushes for minimum wage increase, early childhood education spending

    Quinn pushes for minimum wage increase, early childhood education spending
    SPRINGFIELD — A re-election seeking Gov. Pat Quinn used his State of the State speech Wednesday to declare that Illinois is “making a comeback” under his leadership and unveil a modest agenda of spending more on early childhood...
  • Wilmette, Winnetka police blotter: Feb. 21

    Wilmette, Winnetka police blotter: Feb. 21
    The following items were taken from police reports. WILMETTE Files were reported stolen from a home in the 1200 block of Illinois on Jan. 21. Tires were reported slashed on a vehicle parked in the 1400 block Elmwood on Feb. 12 Two parents got into...
  • Quinn now has 2 legislative wins to fuel re-election effort

    Quinn now has 2 legislative wins to fuel re-election effort
    For Gov. Pat Quinn, putting pen to paper on a bill to salvage the nation's worst-funded state employee pension system will be a signature moment both literally and politically. More than two years of the governor's repeated calls for action on the...
  • Tribune/WGN-TV poll: Rauner jumps out to lead

    Tribune/WGN-TV poll: Rauner jumps out to lead
    Winnetka venture capitalist Bruce Rauner has jumped out to a big lead in the Republican race for governor after spending millions of dollars on television ads to introduce himself to Illinois voters, a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll found. The survey showed...
  • Poll: Same-sex marriage still divides GOP voters in Illinois

    Poll: Same-sex marriage still divides GOP voters in Illinois
    Heading into next month's primary election, Republicans in Illinois are more unified on pocketbook concerns but remain divided on social issues — a split accentuated along geographic and ideological lines. Republicans don't agree on same-sex...
  • Rutherford's governor run years in the making

     Rutherford's governor run years in the making
    Standing amid a few dozen supporters inside an Italian restaurant in Downers Grove on a recent Thursday night, Dan Rutherford drew an analogy to explain the setbacks in his bid for governor. "Do you all know what a manatee is?" asked Rutherford, an avid...
  • Infractions now will be adjudicated in Winnetka

    Infractions now will be adjudicated in Winnetka
    After four years of planning and tweaking, the Winnetka Village Council has created an administrative adjudication process which should make it a lot easier for people who want to fight parking tickets or citations for minor offenses in Winnetka. The...
  • Environmental groups hint at fight on Willow Road tunnel

    Environmental groups hint at fight on Willow Road tunnel
    With Winnetka officials expected to hire a firm this month to design a tunnel under Willow Road to discharge stormwater into Lake Michigan, three environmental advocacy organizations recently have expressed concerns that the $34.4 million project might...
  • New Trier students take advantage of new voting law for 17-year-olds

    New Trier students take advantage of new voting law for 17-year-olds
    At first glance, the exuberant pack of New Trier High School students queued up on a recent January morning appeared to be anticipating a coveted prize — perhaps a pair of Imagine Dragons concert tickets, or at the very least, a free pizza. But...
  • Mr. Marley's house from 'Home Alone' is for sale

    Mr. Marley's house from 'Home Alone' is for sale
    Old Man Marley’s house from “Home Alone” has come on the market in Winnetka, Ill., at $3.1 million. The wood-shingled behemoth, with 6,863 square feet of living space, sits on about three-quarters of a snow-covered acre. Should one...