A proposal to ban medical marijuana patients from obtaining firearm ID cards has been struck down, according to The Chicago Sun-Times.
A newly announced statewide bike plan aims to improve accommodations, policies and the overall bicycling experience in Illinois.
Some Naperville-area legislators are standing firm in their opposition to both a progressive income tax in Illinois and making permanent the 2011 income tax increases.
Naperville City Council members don’t entirely agree on whether they should continue receiving taxpayer-subsidized health insurance for their part-time positions.
The official canvass of the votes from the March 18 primary showed Will County sheriff candidate Ken Kaupas with 225 votes more than his Republican opponent Nick Ficarello.
Naperville City Council members made their decision Tuesday evening about fixing the $14 million hole in the Electric Department’s budget.
Retired Bolingbrook police officer and convicted felon Drew Peterson is making news anew. It has to do with his continued $79,000 yearly public safety pension benefit.