Taking A Swing At A Volunteer Golf Course By Paving Over It"Wilmette and Evanston city officials don't want this. The board and membership of Canal Shores don't want this. The neighbors don't want this."
It's Now Official: Newly Reelected State Comptroller Mendoza Now Running For Chicago MayorIt's not exactly a surprise since an announcement video leaked out before Mendoza won re-election as state comptroller.
Attempts To Stop Questionable Government Spending Lake County ContinueThe Lake County board members are looking at altering a much criticized program that allows them to charge up to $7,000 a year on a county credit card. It's a program the former board chairman may have abused.
Cook Co. Board Now Has Its Youngest And First Openly Gay Member"It's been increasingly more diverse. It's a district Hillary Clinton won by 20 points."
Mendoza: Public Servant, Double-Dipper Or Both?Out of the 1.7 million dollars Mendoza has in her campaign fund, more than a third, $650,000, is from the Illinois Democratic Party. In other words, from Mike Madigan.
Tax Returns Tell Tricky Tales Of How Super Wealthy Candidates Avoid Paying Some TaxesNeither paid Social Security or Medicare taxes that most people routinely pay.
Trump Criticizes Chicago's 'Shooting Wave,' Mayor Responds"Overall gun violence is down about 20 percent in the city."
Marathon Preparations Under Way For The Race and Van Dyke VerdictIt's a race that will feature runners from 100 countries along with 1.7 million spectators. But the possibility of disruption from protesters after the Van Dyke verdict is very much top of mind.
Mike Braun Wins NWI Primary, Welcomes Trump ThursdaySome say wealthy businessman Mike Braun was the most Trump-like candidate in the three-way GOP primary.
Eye In The Sky Or Spy In The Sky? Debate Over Drone Cameras In Public SpacesThe proposal was sparked by last year's Las Vegas massacre.
Finger Pointing Continues Over Quincy Vet Home IllnessThe bigger question is whether Democrats will approve up to 245 million dollars. Rauner wants to rebuild Quincy.
Blagojevich's Supreme Court PushThe high court receives up to 8,000 appeal requests every year. It only hears around 80.