Suburban Man Found Guilty Of Sending Threatening Notes To PolsRon Haddad, 38 — a self-styled activist who lived with his parents in River Forest — also wrote chilling anonymous letters in which he threatened to butcher the families of oil company executives, a federal jury found.
Online Petition Calls For Ban On Politicians In Chicago Gay Pride ParadeThere's a movement to bar Illinois politicians from the Pride Parade later this month.
Politicians Commemorate Casimir PulaskiIllinois' top political leaders flocked to the Northwest Side to join in the commemoration of Casimir Pulaski. They praised his heroism in the past, and called for political action in the present.
Quinn: No More Free Rides For College Granted By LawmakersGov. Pat Quinn says enough is enough with a program where politicians are allowed to provide full rides for favored students at Illinois schools.
New Law Bars Politicians From Putting Their Names On State SignsThe new law prohibiting elected officials' names on state signs was inspired by disgraced former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who had a tendency to plaster his moniker on tollway signs.