A Cook County judge has ruled that the Cook County Sheriff’s Office and the county itself violated the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in a case brought against them by a legal intern, the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW) report.
Netscape founder and Facebook board member Marc Andreessen has been fined $2,500 for violating Chicago's ethics laws by acting as a lobbyist on behalf of companies like Airbnb in communications with Chicago Mayor Emanuel.
The nation needs to call for civility in political discourse before more violence is committed against politicians, such as the shooting of a congressman in Alexandria, Virginia, earlier this month, a radio show producer said recently.
Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich learned earlier this month that, barring a surprise clemency, he’ll be in a federal prison until 2024. A.J. Bibbs? He’ll be eligible for parole on May 21, 2021, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC).
The St. Louis Lambert International Airport Commission recently voted to award a three-year cleaning contract worth $14.74 million to United Maintenance Co., a Chicago firm that had been disqualified due to concerns over its president’s alleged ties to organized crime.
After meeting at the White House on Tuesday to talk about gun violence, sanctuary cities, and “ambush style” attacks on law enforcement, Dean Angelo, president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, told local radio hosts President Donald Trump demonstrates a lot of support for police work.
James Bovard warns residents of Jefferson Park that they need look no further than the opposite side of the city to see what a proposed low-income, subsidized housing complex could mean for their neighborhood.