Funeral Services Held For Former Illinois State Sen. Martin Sandoval, Who Died Of COVID-19Former Illinois state Sen. Martin Sandoval was laid to rest Saturday after he died of COVID-19.
Former Chicago Deputy Aviation Commissioner William Helm Charged With Bribing Former State Sen. Martin SandovalWilliam Helm, the former deputy commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation and a Chicago political insider, was facing federal charges Thursday claiming that he bribed former state Sen. Martin Sandoval.
Could Rod Blagojevich's Sentence Being Commuted Threaten Other Corruption Probes?Could Rod Blagojevich’s sentence commutation threaten efforts to bring other politicians to justice?
Some Illinois Lawmakers Push For Red-Light Camera Ban; Watchdog Group Advises Reforms InsteadRed-light cameras, and one company, have become ensnarled in the latest scandal out of Springfield.
After Raid, Feds Probe State Sen. Martin Sandoval's Connection To ComEdTwo weeks after the FBI raided the home and office of Illinois state Sen. Martin Sandoval, the feds are investigating his connection to electricity provider ComEd.
State. Sen. Sandoval Apologizes For Mock Trump Assassination Photos At FundraiserAn Illinois state senator apologized Sunday night after controversial photos surfaced from a local fundraiser.
Jane Byrne Interchange Construction Project DelayedConstruction on the Jane Byrne Interchange should be complete next year, but a four-year delay in the original timeline may cause frustrations for drivers.
Sandoval Claims Fraud At Polls In 21st DistrictShortly before the polls closed Tuesday, State Sen. Martin Sandoval (D-Chicago) filed a challenge to the results in the 21st District Illinois House race, alleging fraud by election judges.
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.
Renewed Call For High-Speed Rail In IllinoisPeople who want to kick-start high speed rail in Illinois are at it again.
State Senator: Professors Are Paid Too MuchTo hear one state senator tell it, life as a public servant can pay very, very well.