Corey A. Olney, 34, of Deer Park is being held in the Lake County Jail on a $3 million bond after being charged with five counts of reproduction of child pornography, according to the Attorney General’s office.
A hydrogen sulfide leak at a southwest suburban oil refinery in March was the subject of a complaint filed in court by state and Will County officials hoping to prevent a recurrence.
The attorney general’s office cited conscientious convictions in refusing to fill prescriptions for the so-called “morning after” pill.
As the holidays approach, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has released her annual Safe Shopping Guide.
If voters have problems at the polls today, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says: Call her office.
Two Chicago area Congressmen sit on the committee that voted to find U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. One voted in favor of the contempt citation, while the other against it.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Wednesday released her list of the top 10 consumer complaints for Illinois residents last year. At the top of the list? Consumer debt.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says residents might face a flood of robocalls to their cell phones if proposed legislation makes it through Washington.
The State of Illinois has ordered a debt settlement company in Chicago to stop doing business.
They already needed help to get out of debt. Now the Illinois Attorney General is charging a national debt resolution company based in Chicago with consumer fraud for getting people in trouble into worse debt.
As Gov. Pat Quinn continues weigh a decision whether to sign legislation abolishing the death penalty in Illinois, state Attorney General Lisa Madigan has made it clear she believes capital punishment should continue.
Notorious daughter of ex-Minn. AG, who was once arrested for a highly-publicized alleged altercation with Chicago police outside a nightclub, hanged herself inside her Michigan Avenue residence.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has won re-election to a third term.
Lisa Madigan and the Citizens Utility Board asked the Illinois Commerce Commission to deny a Commonwealth Edison request for a $396 million rate increase.