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Arraignment Day: Bloomington Coliseum’s “Felony 5”

Here’s a piece from last week regarding the ongoing court cases of the alleged official misconduct ongoing at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington, by our central state correspondent, Diane Benjamin, as featured at Illinois Leaks.

BUSTED IN JAIL: Wabash County man jailed in Indiana charged in Illinois

A local man sitting in an Indiana jail was informed that he’s now being charged in Illinois.

People’s Action urging Illinoisans to hold Rauner responsible for backtracking on energy commitments

Although the legislature, governor, and environmental and grassroots groups hammered out a progressive law, the Future Energy and Jobs Act (FEJA), to increase renewable energy targets late last year, recent decisions by Rauner-appointed state agencies have sided with big energy corporations.

ISP Heritage foundation cohosts 2017 Secretary of State vehicle show THIS SATURDAY

Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation (ISPHF) is encouraging vehicle enthusiasts to mark their calendars for the 67th Secretary of State Vehicle Show and Swap Meet

Raintree Quilter’s Guild show coming to Evansville

Mark your calendar for another quilt show!

Madigan files lawsuit against city of Chicago to obtain consent decree for police reform

Madigan Seeks Court-Enforceable Consent Decree Overseen by Federal Judge to Obtain Lasting Police Reform in Response to Justice Department Investigation into Chicago Police Department   Attorney General Lisa Madigan today joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson to announce a lawsuit to seek an enforceable consent decree to implement the numerous reforms outlined by the U.S. […]

AG Madigan: Illinois strengthens hate crimes law

Hey Lisa, Lisa…when you gonna “strengthen” the “abuse crimes against children” laws…? jw

ISP, FBI, seeking public assistance in solving Tammy Zywicki murder

Illinois State Police (ISP) officials and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are seeking the public’s assistance for information regarding the kidnapping and murder of Tammy J. Zywicki

Can Rahm Emanuel manage Chicago?

Chicago is in trouble and continues to flirt with junk bond status. But the city’s financial woes aren’t stopping 10,600 government employees from bringing home six-figure salaries and higher. This includes 40,000 city workers who earned $40,000 or more last year in overtime pay.

West Salem native killed in Gibson County, Indiana, two-vehicle crash

A woman originally from Edwards County is the victim in a two-car collision that occurred Thursday morning in Indiana.

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