Pritzker Nixes Family Planning Money After Trump 'Gag Rule'Pritzker says Illinois will stop using the $4 million in federal money it typically disperses to 28 agencies providing women's health care. He says that the state is evaluating options for providing services.
Illinois Organizations Prepare For 2020 CensusAt least $34 billion in federal funding for programs that directly assist Illinois residents is tied to census figures.
J.B. Pritzker Visits President Trump In D.C. Introducing himself as the founder of a successful business incubator, governor-elect Pritzker seemed to hold the president's attention for a bit
Illinois Cities Getting Federal Funds To Help People Find Quality HousingHUD counseling money will go to Carlinville, Chicago, Grayslake, Joliet and Springfield.
Report: Education Dept. Considering Letting School Districts Buy Guns With Federal FundsArming teachers and other school employees has been a key proposal from Mr. Trump in the wake of the Parkland shooting.
Illiana Corridor Eligible For Federal FundsThe Illiana Corridor would stretch from Interstate 55 to Indiana’s Interstate 65, linking Will County and Indiana’s Lake County.
Howard Brown LGBT Health Center Agrees To Return $715,000The Howard Brown Health Care Center, a medical clinic that primarily serves the gay and lesbian community, has agreed to return $715,000 to the federal government in the wake of a misspending scandal two years ago.
Suburban Governments Take Federal Reimbursements For Blizzard ExpensesIn at least part of the Chicago area, U.S. taxpayers are helping to foot the bill for the clean-up from last winter's near-record blizzard.
Illinois To Receive Federal Funds For Damage From Hurricane IkeSome Illinois municipalities will soon get their share of federal money to help them recover from the damage done by the storm system that produced Hurricane Ike.
Federal Funds Provide Free Lunches For More Illinois KidsFederal money is going to help more Illinois kids get a free lunch at school.
Quinn Wants Federal Funds For Post-Blizzard ReliefGov. Pat Quinn is asking for federal funding to help pay for the costs of dealing with the blizzard of Feb. 1 and 2.