After acquiring their new concealed carry permit, thousands of Metro-East residents are going shopping for a new, or maybe their first, weapon. So, what are they buying?
Lawyers representing five former fraternity members charged following the 2012 death of a pledge are claiming the state’s hazing statute is too vague.
More than a dozen instructors in Illinois have provided improper firearms training in the first three months of the state’s new concealed carry law.
Gov. Pat Quinn announced a program Tuesday that helps new homebuyers get $7,500 to help make a down payment on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage.
Wild hogs have become so much of an issue that the state has come out with new rules about the release, transportation and harvest of the animals.
The Illinois Department of Public Health issued a warning Thursday. Officials say the cases are across 13 counties and have been reported by local health departments since 2012.
The day after Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn called for making Illinois’ temporary income tax increase permanent, a proposal to impose an additional tax on millionaires was sent to the House floor Thursday.
Yesterday, Missouri hospitals blamed nearly 1,000 layoffs, a hiring freeze, and delays in capital projects, on the state legislature’s refusal to expand Medicaid.
Gov. Pat Quinn knows trying to make the state’s temporary income tax increase permanent will be a “tough choice” for Illinois lawmakers, but the issue could be even tougher for voters who’ll decide if the Chicago Democrat gets another term.
There’s a bill in the Senate floor right now that would re-allocate 2 cents of your phone bill from other emergency services and onto the poison center.