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Aug. 19--More than 4 out of 5 voters back Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to significantly increase Chicago's minimum wage in the coming years, even as it remains unclear whether the plan will ever be called for a City Council vote.
Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner made a last push Tuesday for court approval of a measure that would ask voters to impose term limits on state legislators, just three days before the November ballot will be finalized.
The Illinois Department of Public Health reports a Chicago woman in her seventies became ill with the virus last month.
Senate President John Cullerton's bill to allow the state to donate items to the Obama presidential library became law today.
Under the rotunda of the Illinois State Capitol building on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 in Springfield.
Governor Pat Quinn claims Illinois' economy is improving faster than at any time since the 1980's.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan wants portions of a lawsuit filed against Treasurer Dan Rutherford's office dropped, and a court to sanction the former staff lawyer who filed it.
The Long-Term Care Ombudsman program is designed to help people living in nursing homes.
Jim Ross, manager, Division of Air Pollution Control at State of Illinois, testifies during an Illinois Commerce Commission hearing Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, in Springfield, Ill.
"The Good Life" ad campaign was one of several efforts by ad agency Downtown Partners Chicago to enhance the Illinois Lottery's brand image.
Federal auditors have found that Illinois used faulty methods for withdrawing federal Medicaid money, resulting in overdraws the state later had trouble repaying.
A federal appeals court has taken on the issue of pay-to-play corruption in Illinois under disgraced ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Communities such as McHenry, Crystal Lake and Spring Grove, among others, are running special overnight enforcement campaigns to watch for drunk drivers, according to news releases.
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The Democrat attended the Fifth Annual Cuban Festival Sunday to sign the legislation requiring state agencies to update data-collection practices.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 06:17 am
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