Lawmakers Seek Public Input On Plan To Revamp School Funding State lawmakers who have predicted huge property tax hikes for suburban homeowners under a measure to overhaul funding for public schools have invited the public to provide input on the plan Tuesday night in Arlington Heights. Former President Clinton Stumps For Quinn, Durbin Former President Bill Clinton became the latest high-profile Democrat to back the re-election bids of Gov. Pat Quinn and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, saying Tuesday that the candidates focus on issues important to voters, like jobs and health care.
Rauner, Quinn Square Off In Final Debate Chicago Treasurer Stephanie Neely Stepping Down For Job In Private Sector City Council Conducting Hearings On Emanuel’s Proposed 2015 Budget Chicago Area Early Voting Locations Obama Fires Up Democrats, Urges Early Voting For Quinn President Obama Making Chicago Visit To Support Quinn Schneider, Dold Spar Over Healthcare In Debate Speed Cameras Net City $50M Less Than Expected
Gas Selling At Under $3 A Gallon At Some Chicago Area Stations Drivers are doing double takes when they go to fill up. Companies Employing ‘White Hat’ Hackers To Prevent Data Thefts It seems like every month we hear about a huge data breach, our credit card numbers and other important information in the hands of crooks. Now more companies are hiring hackers to help them protect their customers.
Families Mourn Gary Murder Victims Two Sick Passengers On Flights From Liberia Being Monitored At Chicago Hospitals Skokie Middle School Cancels Class As Police Investigate Instagram Posts Cook County Jail Guard Charged With Scheming To Smuggle Pot Into Jail Through Sandwiches No School Wednesday In Waukegan As Teachers Strike Continues Gary Murders Raise Questions About Missing Persons Reports 2 Investigators: Authorities Say Classified Ads Website Used For Prostitution Naperville Police Searching For Man Suspected Of Having Inappropriate Contact With 15-Year-Old Girl