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Ohio Courtroom Evacuated Because Of Grenade-Shaped Perfume Bottle

A suspicious item that prompted a Cincinnati courthouse evacuation turned out to be a perfume bottle shaped like a World War II grenade.

SOCIAL SERVICES STARTING TO FEEL STATE SUBSIDIES SQUEEZE AS STALEMATE LINGERS

The many private, non-profit entities that make up most of the state’s social services network, face especially tense times as state payments cease during the state budget standoff.

DON’T LOOK NOW, BUT THERE ARE TAX INCREASES POPPING UP LIKE SUMMER WEEDS

Have you noticed yet there are tax increases looming?

ILLINOIS’ BUDGET STALEMATE DRAGS ON, WITH EVERYBODY TO BLAME

Not good. To one degree or another, everyone is pointing a finger at one of the others—increasingly a middle finger. Who’s a voter to blame in this summer of government meltdown?

NJ Man Robs Same Bank 5 Years Later, Police Say

A Philadelphia man robbed a New Jersey bank four months after he was released from prison for robbing the same place five years earlier, prosecutors said.

BRUCE RAUNER SKILLED IN MAKING DEMS SCAPEGOATS FOR BUDGET DEADLOCK, GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is proving to be quite adept at skirting responsibility for the current Statehouse impasse and impending government shutdown.

ILLINOIS IS AMONG THE BEST STATES TO MAKE A LIVING IN 2015

Illinoisans are used to less-than-stellar economic news about our state. But a new study shows that Illinois scored high in one important area related to jobs and business–the state ranked in the number five in the nation for the best place to make a living in 2015.

MUNGER SAYS SHE’LL NEED COURT ORDER TO PAY STATE’S BILLS, PAYROLL; LISA MADIGAN TRIES TO GET IT

Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Comptroller Leslie Geissler Munger want a Cook County judge to make clear what can and can’t be paid by the state comptroller’s office without a state budget in place.

EMERGENCY BUDGET FAILS IN ILLINOIS HOUSE WITH 4 DEMS ABSENT; SENATE PASSES ITS VERSION

The state Senate on Thursday passed a measure to provide about $2.2 billion for “essential services” for the month of July, but that bill apparently will not see action in the Illinois House until next week at the earliest.

TWO ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS SAY, “NO PAYCHECK FOR STATE EMPLOYEES, NO PAYCHECK FOR US”

If the Illinois state government can’t decide on a budget soon, state employees could see their paychecks stop because the comptroller won’t have the authority to issue their paychecks.

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