The acting administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration said the police may be "reluctant to engage" for fear "rightly, or wrongly, that you become the next viral video," adding a new voice to the debate over public scrutiny of law enforcement.Chuck Rosenberg told reporte
After saying he couldn’t reach Illinois’ House Speaker because he doesn’t carry a cell phone, Ill. Gov. Pat Quinn on Friday said he finally got in touch with Speaker Michael Madigan. The governor said he’s called a meeting to address pension reform for Monday.
City Council members in Evanston are considering a proposal that would ban hands-free devices while driving. The ordinance would be one of the toughest cell phone bans in the country, keeping all electronic devices out of driver's hands.Ald.
Rail commuters in Chicago soon will be able to find out estimated arrival times for trains on all eight of the city's rail lines. The Chicago Transit Authority says a pilot version of the CTA Train Tracker website will be launched in early January.
The U.S. Secretary of Transportation has a couple of priorities he wants the new Congress to work on when it convenes next year. Ray LaHood said getting a transportation bill passed by the August recess is at the top of his agenda.