Rauner, Quinn Square Off In Final Debate Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican Bruce Rauner disagreed on whether to impose a moratorium on new charter schools in Illinois. Chicago Treasurer Stephanie Neely Stepping Down For Job In Private Sector Chicago City Treasurer Stephanie Neely confirms that she’s leaving her job for the private sector, and soon, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
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 Families Of Assault Weapons Victims Endorse Gov. Quinn After Debate, Reporters Take Another Crack At Gubernatorial Hopefuls
Suspected Serial Killer Expected In Court Tomorrow In Indiana A convicted sex offender was expected in court Wednesday, charged with killing one of seven women whose bodies were found in northwest Indiana over the weekend. Police At U Of I Warn Of Attacks, Robberies Police at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign were encouraging students to walk in pairs, or take public transit, in the wake of recent attacks on campus.
Police Shoot, Kill Knife-Wielding Teen On South Side Mom Pleads Not Guilty In Brutal Death Of Gary Toddler Man Shot In West Englewood Rauner, Quinn Square Off In Final Debate Antioch Man Who Fled State After Killing Wife, Mother Pleads Guilty Cardinal Reflects On Cancer Battle, Infamous Ex-Priest Voter Teases Obama: ‘Don’t Touch My Girlfriend’ Serial Killer Suspect Left Trail Of Escalating Offenses