Quinn, Rauner Out Campaigning At Labor Day Parades It's Labor Day, but the candidates for governor are not taking a holiday break. Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth Announces She’s Pregnant Illinois Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth - an Iraq War veteran and a double amputee - has announced that she's pregnant.
Bishop Larry Trotter Endorses Jim Oberweis Over Dick Durbin Circle Interchange Renamed In Honor Of Former Mayor Jane Byrne State Agency Issues Long-Awaited Fracking Rules State Provides $10M In New Funds For Safe Passage Program Activists Want Dyett To Become Green Technology School Pence Hopeful Court Will Uphold Indiana’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Kirk: Passports Enable Homegrown Terrorist To Travel Freely Closed Over Power Plant Fight, Oakwood Hills Village Hall To Reopen Next Week
Cicero Police Nab ‘No Boundaries Bandit’ Suspect Rodrigo Medellin, 31, was charged with multiple counts of armed robbery and other felonies, including aggravated assault to a police officer and aggravated fleeing and eluding police. Demonstrators Call For Raising Minimum Wage At Rally Outside Pullman Walmart Some four dozen demonstrators gathered as close as they could get to the Walmart in Pullman to demand a boost in the minimum wage, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
JRW Little League Champs Saluted At Wrigley Field Quinn, Rauner Out Campaigning At Labor Day Parades Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth Announces She’s Pregnant Chicago Murder Numbers Through August Lowest Since 1963 Police: 18-Month-Old Girl Thrown From Car CDC Numbers Show Chicago Students Behind Peers In Vaccinations Driver Injured After Car Crashes Into Suburban Daycare Center Two Drown In Separate Incidents In Chicago Area