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  1. A cupcake food truck owner who believes Chicago’s regulations — including a rule requiring mobile vendors stay at least 200 feet away from bricks-and-mortar restaurants — are unconstitutional ...

  2. Southern Illinois University's chancellor is facing two ethics reviews over complaints that he hired his family and used part of his relocation allotment from the school to help cover ...

  3. Illinois voters could get a say whether the state should legalize recreational marijuana if lawmakers decide to put the question on November ballots. A state Senate committee advanced ...

  4. State Rep. Kelly Cassidy of Chicago wants an independent investigation of Madigan's organizations to “rip the Band-Aid off” mistreatment. So does state Sen. Melinda Bush of Grayslake.

  5. Chicago, according to a letter aldermen received Friday. Clerk Anna Valencia, who’s heading up the CityKey program, cited state election rules to explain why the Chicago Board ...

  6. Officers from the attorney general's office and Illinois State Police were the first on the scene, he said, followed by a Chicago police officer in civilian clothes. They came ...

  7. CHICAGO — An Illinois woman with a history of getting past airport security and sneaking onto planes has pleaded not guilty in a Chicago case. Marilyn Hartman is accused ...

  8. CHICAGO, Illinois (WGN) -- Chicago prepares to pay a final tribute to a beloved police commander who was murdered in the line of duty. Bauer's funeral is at 10 a.m. Saturday ...

  9. Kim was an assistant trader for Consolidated Trading, a Chicago firm that recently formed a group to trade in increasingly popular cryptocurrencies, according to the complaint. From September ...

  10. Illinois' executive inspector general is leaving the post to join a private law firm. Gov. Bruce Rauner said Wednesday that Maggie Hickey will depart the office in mid-March. Hickey is ...

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