Jesse White Holds Hearing To Tighten State Laws On Impaired DrivingA Loop hearing has highlighted efforts to tighten up Illinois' laws on impaired driving.
Graduated License Program Credited With Lowering Driving FatalitiesIt's National Teen Driver Safety Week and driving teen fatalities are down 51 percent, according to Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White.
Rauner, Emanuel And Other Dignitaries Cut The Ribbon Of The 109th Chicago Auto ShowThe 109th Chicago Auto Show is open for business.
Brutal Cold Not Putting Damper On Annual Ham And Turkey GiveawayAs frigid cold grips the Chicago area, some gathered in the Old Town neighborhood early Wednesday to help the city’s needy for the holidays.
Illinois Launches License Plate Replacement Program After Rusting IssueSecretary of State Jesse White announced Tuesday the launch of a license plate replacement program beginning in January to replace the oldest license plates with newly designed plates.
College Students Get Care Packages At Trunk PartyA few hundred Chicago and Gary Indiana high school graduates received care packages aimed at helping them focus and continue with their education when they start college in the fall.
Official: Power Companies May Cut Electricity At Capitol, Other State FacilitiesThe office of Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White oversees operations at the Statehouse in Springfield. White is worried continuing budget problems will lead to power shut-offs.
Secretary Of State Jesse White Won't Run For Sixth TermHe’s said it before, but Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White said he means it this time: he won’t be running for another term.
Jesse White: Emanuel "Has To Rethink" Red Light Camera Program Ahead Of RunoffWhite co-chairs the mayor’s re-election campaign, and he said he’s prepared to take Emanuel to black churches and community meetings so he can regain African-American votes he’s lost in his first term.
For 50th Year, Jesse White Gives Out Turkey, Ham To Needy For ChristmasIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White was spreading some good cheer to thousands of senior citizens and other needy people around the city on Friday.
Illinois State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka Dies At 70Illinois State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka, a brash pioneer for women in Illinois politics, died early Wednesday, less than a day after suffering a stroke
State To Crack Down On Illegal Use Of Handicapped Placards On Black FridayShopping mall parking spaces migt be at a premium on Black Friday, but you should not be tempted to wrongly pull your car into one marked for handicapped drivers.