Storm is coming
Storm is coming
The Illinois General Assembly today narrowly approved a major overhaul of the state government worker pension system following hours of debate on the controversial plan strongly opposed by employee unions.
This lockdown will last as long as necessary.
The Brookport Town Council will be holding a meeting tomorrow to vote for an interim mayor.
ILLINOIS/INDIANA—The Midwest, often termed “Tornado Alley” since the worst tornado of all time to strike America barreled across Missouri, Illinois and Indiana in 1925, had been preparing throughout the second week of November for the round of storms headed their way on Sunday, November 17, 2013.
The Video Gaming Act enacted by the state in 2009 provided the birthplace of an idea that’s seen 22 successful “gaming-type cafés” springing up throughout the state—including in southern Illinois—known as “Lucy’s Place.”
Attorney general’s guide details dangerous products of 2013
A part-time firefighter is suing the county he lives in after being arrested for looting when he was found picking up trash on his family’s property.
Attorney general urges contributors to research charities before donating, opens investigation of potential charitable scam targeting Illinois residents
Lisa Madigan today joined with 44 other attorneys general to announce that three of the nation’s largest mobile phone carriers – AT&T Mobility, Sprint and T-Mobile – will stop charging their customers for premium text messages and effectively put an end to practice of cell phone “cramming” that racks up unauthorized third-party charges on mobile customers’ accounts.