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Federal funding is available for residents of Cook County who sustained damage due to flooding that occurred between April 6 and May 5, 2013.
Illinois State Senator Dan Kotowski’s (D–Park Ridge) ethics reform legislation which increases transparency in government passed the Senate on Thursday.
Circuit Courts Fail to Report Mental Health Records for Gun Background Checks
MWRD Commissioner Mariyana Spyropoulos explained ongoing flood prevention projects during a program held at the Rolling Meadows Public Library Tuesday evening.
MWRD police collected 440 pounds of unwanted medication from Cook County residents on April 27.
The MWRD is hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on May 9 at the Willow Springs Community Center, 8156 Archer Ave., Willow Springs.
Why the Illinois GOP voted down vouchers, Rauner doesn't wow fellow Republicans, sparring over gaming, and a new Senator Obama? All that and more.
The Curious Case of Illinois education spending, the next generation of citizens, Kelly cruises, Rahm's private city council, and more.
Lots of tax talk including changing the state tax code, legislators return to tackle pensions, The New York Times's FiveThirtyEight looks at unpopular governors (like IL's Pat Quinn), and more.
Reboot and the Daily Herald host a pension panel, why budgets make many a legislator into a pretty fungi (or fungal), unopposed races hurt Illinois, and more.
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