Jesse White Urges More African Americans To Become Organ DonorsWhite said African Americans account for 56 percent of those who need an organ transplant, but make up 32 percent of the donors.
Non-Profit Holds Christmas Party For At-Risk Kids Non-profit charity Dreams For Kids is hosting the celebration at the Broadway Armory for more than 1,300 at-risk children.
Candlelight Vigil Held For Victims Of Drunk DrivingThere are about 40,000 drunk driving arrests in Illinois each year.
Jesse White Helps Distribute Holiday Food To Needy, ElderlyIt has been an annual tradition for White, who at one time was on the other end of the receiving line.
White: Lawmakers Should Do 'Whatever They Can' To Kick Smith Out AgainIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White said Saturday he hopes state lawmakers find a way to oust Derrick Smith from the Illinois House again, after he was re-elected despite being ousted by his colleagues over his bribery indictment.
White, Quinn Make Final Push To Defeat Indicted Rep. SmithFormer state Rep. Derrick Smith has been indicted for taking a $7,000 cash bribe, and kicked out of the Illinois House, but he still has a good chance of winning back the seat in his West Side district on Tuesday.
State Investigating Scam Targeting Illinois CorporationsThe Illinois Secretary of State’s office said Wednesday that about 200 corporations - many of them small businesses - have been caught up in a scam that looks official.
Secretary Of State Seeks To Eliminate Court Supervision For Drivers In Deadly CrashesKill someone with your car, and get a real punishment -- that's the idea behind new proposed legislation in Illinois that could take court supervision off the table in crashes that result in fatalities.
Jesse White: 'Going To Do All We Can' To Defeat Smith's Bid To Regain SeatIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White says, if he knew then what he knows now, he would never have supported indicted former State Rep. Derrick Smith, and there would be no controversy about the fate of Smith's former House seat.
2 Investigators: Distracted Driver Gets Leniency After Fatal WreckThe family of a woman killed in a 2011 traffic accident is angry that the driver who caused the wreck got off relatively easy, even though he allegedly was using his phone at the time. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Authorities Bust Up Auto Theft Ring, Arrest 21Investigators say they have cracked the case of an auto theft ring that stole some 200 vehicles in Chicago.
Governor Signs Laws To Crack Down On Disabled Parking FraudIllinois is increasing penalties for those who misuse parking placards and license plates for the disabled.
Secretary Of State: Rep. Smith Not Stepping Down Because He Needs MoneyIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White is renewing his call for indicted state Rep. Derrick Smith (D-Chicago) to step down, and says the lawmaker would have done so if not for the paycheck.
Panel Asks Feds For More Details On Bribery Case Against Rep. SmithAn Illinois House panel is asking federal prosecutors for more information about the bribery charges against State Rep. Derrick Smith (D-Chicago).
Lawmakers Taking Steps That Could Oust Rep. SmithThe Illinois legislature is moving forward with an investigation of State Rep. Derrick Smith (D-Chicago), a process that could potentially lead to his ouster from the General Assembly over his arrest on federal bribery charges.