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Jan 16, 2015 Share
High-Powered Help Hired for Medical Marijuana Applicants

High-Powered Help Hired for Medical Marijuana Applicants

For decades, Steve Brown has served as House Speaker Michael Madigan’s alter ego. He’s Madigan’s official spokesman, and has been a member of the powerful inner circle of the Illinois House since 1983. Read More

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Jan 14, 2015 Share
State Workers Complain of Working Conditions

State Workers Complain of Working Conditions

State employees say conditions make it difficult to serve their Medicaid and DHS clients. Read More

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Jan 13, 2015 Share
Surveillance Video Shows Deadly 2012 Chicago Burglary

Surveillance Video Shows Deadly 2012 Chicago Burglary

In April 2012, Chicago Police responded to a burglary in progress at Mike’s Electronics store in the Little Village neighborhood on the west side. Read More

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Jan 12, 2015 Share
Woman Reports Gift Card Troubles After Holiday Season

Woman Reports Gift Card Troubles After Holiday Season

The holiday shopping season may have come and gone, but for Linda Oberg, the headaches are just beginning. Read More

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Jan 9, 2015 Share
Bolingbrook Teen Indicted on Terrorism Charges

Bolingbrook Teen Indicted on Terrorism Charges

A Bolingbrook teen has been indicted on terrorism charges, after allegedly planning to fly to Syria and join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Read More

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Jan 8, 2015 Share
Clock is Ticking for Quinn to Finalize Medical Marijuana Law

Clock is Ticking for Quinn to Finalize Medical Marijuana Law

The clock is ticking on Pat Quinn’s administration as governor. And, on a big decision involving millions of dollars, and the health concerns of thousands of people statewide. Read More

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Jan 8, 2015 Share
Renter's Rights: What to Know When Temperatures Plummet

Renter's Rights: What to Know When Temperatures Plummet

Chicago renters who rely on landlords to keep their furnaces in working condition may be protected under city law, should their heat go out at the worst possible time. Read More

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Jan 6, 2015 Share
Petition Filed in Chicago Terror Suspect's Case

Petition Filed in Chicago Terror Suspect's Case

Attorneys for accused Chicago terrorism suspect Adel Daoud have filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court, asking for access to information which was presented to the secret Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court,... Read More

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Dec 18, 2014 Share
Health Officials

Health Officials "Surprised" by Petcoke Company's New Facility Plans

A coal and petroleum coke handler’s plan to enclose its operations within a massive facility on Chicago’s southeast side is being met with “surprise” and “concern” from the Chicago Department of Public Health. Read More

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Dec 17, 2014 Share
Health Officials Raise Concerns Over

Health Officials Raise Concerns Over "Palcohol"

Though it is still not on store shelves, powdered alcohol continues to make headlines. Read More

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