Dec 17, 2009

Thomson Now State's Biggest Political Football

Thomson Now State's Biggest Political Football

Illinois GOP -- and Quinn's opponent Dan Hynes -- voice their displeasure.

Dec 17, 2009

Illinois Gets Gitmo

Illinois Gets Gitmo

Rural prison to be acquired by federal government, will hold 100 detainees.

Dec 17, 2009

Terrorists in Thomson? How Ironic

Terrorists in Thomson?  How Ironic

The reason Thomson sits mostly empty today: 9/11.

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Lollapalooza 2014 Kicks Off in Grant Park

Lollapalooza 2014 Kicks Off in Grant Park

More than 300,000 people expected to pack Grant Park for annual music festival.

CEO "Stable" After Downtown Chicago High-Rise Shooting

CEO "Stable" After Downtown Chicago High-Rise Shooting

After surgery to his head and abdomen, Steven LaVoie's family said the ArrowStream CEO continues to recover at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Rose on Bulls Tension: "There's Nothing Going On"

Rose on Bulls Tension: "There's Nothing Going On"

Derrick Rose is down playing reports of a rift between his support team and Bulls brass.

Judge: Girl in "Slender Man" Case Not Fit for Trial

Judge: Girl in "Slender Man" Case Not Fit for Trial

One of two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls charged as an adult with stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character "Slender Man" is mentally incompetent and can't stand trial, a judge...

Man Threatened Girlfriend, Coworkers With Gun: Police

Man Threatened Girlfriend, Coworkers With Gun: Police

A west suburban Woodstock man is facing felony charges after police say he battered his girlfriend and threatened her and her coworkers with a gun.

Quinn Signs Law Expanding Cyberbullying Ban

Quinn Signs Law Expanding Cyberbullying Ban

Gov. Pat Quinn has extended the state's ban on student cyberbullying to include actions outside of school.