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Rahm Emanuel cartoon mocks mayor’s “no property tax increase” claim

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As the Chicago City Council prepares to approve his latest budget Wednesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel repeatedly has reminded voters that he didn’t raise city property taxes during his first four years in office.

Illinois business group supports Obama’s immigration executive order

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Although we believe that legislative action is the best way to develop common sense, and permanent solutions to our large and complex immigration problems, executive action by the President is a welcomed relief to millions of families living in fear, businesses disrupted due to unnecessary deportations, and a national security compromised because we currently do not know who is in our country and for what purpose.

FBI arrests 2 New Black Panther members over alleged bombing plot in Ferguson – reports

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents go door to door to interview residents of the neighborhood where teenager Michael Brown was shot, in Ferguson, Missouri, August 16, 2014.(Reuters / Lucas Jackson)

Two men have been arrested by FBI and indicted on weapons charges near St.Louis, Missouri. According to CBS news source the suspects were allegedly plotting to set off pipe bombs amid the ongoing Ferguson protests.

ANOTHER RESTAURANT BATTERY REPORTED IN JACKSON

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Another battery of a restaurant manager has been charged in Jackson County, this one in Murphysboro.

Couple Having Sex In Car Too ‘Caught Up’ In Moment To Notice Traffic Jam They Caused: Cops

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If this car is a rockin’, don’t come a honkin’.

Nightly NewsCap: Capping off your day with news in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Another set of bomb threats clears out Saline and White counties’ courthouses, but this time there’s been an arrest; woman identified in fatal house fire in White County; and Illinois pension issues are back in the forefront after a judge’s decision rules terminating benefits unconstitutional.

Report: Illinois schools losing ground on Pre-K; low-income students falling farther behind

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Illinois is losing its status as a leader in early childhood education as the state’s dire financial condition has cut into public preschool funding. Barely one-third of fourth and eighth graders meet proficiency standards in reading and math.

Illinois unemployment rate unchanged; 7-month streak of job gains is over

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The Illinois unemployment rate remained at 6.6 percent for the month of October, but the state’s seven-month streak of payroll gains ended as 2,000 jobs were lost, according to preliminary figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Illinois Department of Employment Security.

MADIGAN WARNS OF FRAUDULENT IMMIGRATION SERVICES PROVIDERS

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Attorney General Lisa Madigan today warned Illinois residents to beware of potential immigration fraud after President Obama’s announcement of his immigration plan this week.

VIOLENT EX-COP HAS OP EXTENDED; BACKSTORY IS ON FRONT PAGE

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An agreement was reached yesterday in Saline County court regarding an Order of Protection filed against a former cop with a history of domestic violence.

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