Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center executive director Dawn Keller said, under current Illinois law, even if you just picked up an injured or sick wild animal and took it to a center like Flint Creek, you could face arrest.
The Illinois Secretary of State’s office is getting out the word: big changes are coming soon for drivers with disabilities.
The Illinois Supreme Court ended a lengthy and emotionally charged legal appeal over an abortion notification law Thursday, clearing the way for the state to begin enforcing a 1995 measure that requires doctors to notify a girl’s parents 48 hours before the procedure.
Racketeering and conspiracy charges were filed against 23 defendants who are primarily top leaders and members of the Black Souls gang, Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez said.
The state of Illinois’ new electronic recycling law appears to be taking a mega-bite out of landfills just in its first two months.
A new state law requires those who buy industrial drain cleaners and other caustic substances to provide photo identification and sign a log.
Illinois school children with potentially fatal allergies will be able to get help faster thanks to a new state law.
It’s a growing problem facing all kinds of aircraft – lasers aimed at cockpits that can leave pilots temporarily blinded. Illinois lawmakers have now made the act illegal at the state level.
Palatine police are going after smokers who are violating state law.
Some proposed legislation in Springfield has Anheuser-Busch hopping mad, but microbreweries are hoping it will pass.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed legislation that cracks down on those responsible for large-scale theft of retail merchandise.
Microbreweries could have it a bit easier under a proposed new state law, as long as they stay small.
Orders of protection will have tougher teeth behind them under one of the new laws taking effect in the New Year.
Illinois drivers involved in deer-car collisions will have an extra step to take this season if they want to keep their kill.