City Lights Go Dark For COVID-19 Victims As Mayor Lightfoot Expresses Hope That Biden Administration Can Help End PandemicLights around the city went dark, health care workers stopped for a moment of silence, and candles burned in memoriam Tuesday evening for victims of COVID-19.
Tight Security In Springfield And Beyond Ahead Of Inauguration Day; Chicago OEMC On WatchAhead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, security is sky-high in Washington – and in state capitals such as Springfield, where the National Guard is helping state Capitol Police.
About 200 Illinois National Guard Members Headed To D.C. To Assist With Security For InaugurationGov. JB Pritzker has ordered the activation of about 200 members of the Illinois National Guard who will be heading to Washington, D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Contested Election Sows Divide Among GOP Lawmakers; Chicago Election Attorney Calls It 'A Dramatic, Dramatic Line In The Sand'This week, a growing number of national Republican lawmakers have pledged to take their final stand to contest presidential election results.