Census Data: Chicago Slowest Growing Big City In U.S. Chicago gained nearly 10,000 people from July 2011 to July 2012, but was the slowest-growing major city in the country according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Thursday. Fardon Nominated To Succeed Fitzgerald As U.S. Attorney Fardon is partner at the Chicago law office of a major law firm. His job experience includes working as an assistant U.S. attorney in Chicago.
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Lawmakers Debate Lowering Mandatory School Age From 7 To 6 The Illinois Senate has passed a measure that would require parents to send their kids to school before their 7th birthday, in a vote that broke down along party lines. Fardon Nominated To Succeed Fitzgerald As U.S. Attorney Fardon is partner at the Chicago law office of a major law firm. His job experience includes working as an assistant U.S. attorney in Chicago.
Concealed Carry Bill Moves To House Floor, But Senate Objects Lawmakers Approve Required Birth Control Lessons In Sex Ed Classes Opponents Vow To Keep Fighting, Despite Vote To Close 49 Elementary Schools Board Votes To Close 49 Chicago Elementary Schools Lang Steps Aside As Gambling Expansion Sponsor Over ‘Perceived Conflict’ Four Schools To Be Spared From Closing; Another To Be Delayed Congressman Quigley’s Bill Would Require New Federal Buildings To Be Bird Friendly
Jury Deliberates Whether Trump ‘Conned’ 87-Year-Old Woman Is Donald Trump a “reprehensible” conman who ripped off an Evanston grandmother and “stole her faith in other people?” Or is he being unfairly sued by a “sophisticated investor” who bought two hotel condos in the Trump Tower “with her eyes wide... McHenry Officials Warn Of Rental Property Scams Scammers will run an ad – on Craigslist, for example – which touts low rent for a nice house, and ask for money to hold the property for interested renters.
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Cantankerous Critic: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ A Warp Speed Thrill Ride This sequel to director J.J. Abrams 2009 reboot is part homage, part thrill ride, and part morality play. It's much like the best episodes of the TV series that inspired it, only with much much better special effects. CBS Announces 2013-2014 Prime Time Schedule, Includes 8 New Series CBS introduced its 2013-2014 prime time schedule Wednesday, featuring eight new series.
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State Poison Control Center In Jeopardy Of Closing Every year, the Illinois Poison Control Center handles nearly 82,000 poison related cases. Nearly half of them involve children. Dr. Michael Wahl says each year, they lose more funding. Lawmakers Approve Required Birth Control Lessons In Sex Ed Classes State lawmakers have passed legislation that would mandate schools that teach sex education in Illinois also would have to give students information about birth control.
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Wearable Robots Getting Lighter, More Portable When Michael Gore stands, it's a triumph of science and engineering. Eleven years ago, Gore was paralyzed from the waist down in a workplace accident, yet he rises from his wheelchair to his full 6-foot-2-inches and walks across the room with help...