Gov. Rauner Rattles Saber In Op-Ed Piece; Can State Budget Deadline Be Met? CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports on Gov. Bruce Rauner going on the offensive. State School Board Says PARCC Exam Will Be Shorter Next Year Illinois State Board of Education spokesman Matt Vanover said the PARCC governing board has streamlined the Illinois exam, after analyzing feedback from parents and others.
O’Hare Getting $782 Million Consolidated Rental Car Facility Fired Rutherford Employees Seek Back Pay, Threaten Lawsuit Two Years Later, Aldermen Finally Pick Independent Budget Analyst E15 Mandate Resurfaces A Month After $20,000 Contribution To Alderman Fundraising Effort Aims To Repair Rundown Governor’s Mansion Emanuel Says Progress On City Financial Matters Being Made In Springfield Riot Fest Moving To Douglas Park Expert Panel Criticizes Medical Care At Illinois Prisons
Bank Robbery Suspect Caught With Money — And Planted GPS Device Authorities reportedly were able to zero in on the suspect through a GPS device that had been placed in a bag of money he took from First American Bank, 33 W. Monroe. Indiana Dune Where Boy Nearly Died In 2012 Will Remain Closed This Summer A team of scientists have been studying Mount Baldy, which is more than 120 feet tall, to determine what caused a hole that trapped Nathan Woessner under 11 feet of sand for more than three hours on July 12, 2013.
New ‘Decades’ Channel Launches On Memorial Day Pit Bull Left Alone 5 Days Gaining Weight, But Still Weeks Away From Adoption Cook County Offers Family, Individual Camping For First Time Illinois Makes More Pot Arrests Than Any Other State: Analysis Catholic School Principal Retiring After Nearly 50 Years Humboldt Park Residents Gloat After Riot Fest Pulls Up Stakes For Douglas Park Rescue Group Hoping To Find Owner Of Wayward Lizard Skokie Sister Posts “My Brother Needs a Prom Date” Ad on Craigslist