Nearly all Democratic candidates running for attorney general are calling for one of Illinois’ most powerful politicians to step down.
The $100,000 maximum went into place decades ago. A top state official wants to remove it after an outbreak at a veterans’ home in Quincy.
Federal health authorities warned Thursday that the state-run veterans’ home in Illinois where 13 people have died of Legionnaires’ disease may never be clear of the bacteria that causes the sometimes fatal illness, and more cases could be inevitable.
Federal testing is finding new evidence of the bacteria tied to Legionnaires’ disease at Illinois’ largest veterans’ home.
Emails obtained by WBEZ show officials waited six days to publicize a deadly Legionnaires’ outbreak, which an expert calls ‘mind-boggling.‘
Since 2015, 13 residents of a veterans’ home have died from Legionnaires’ disease. Eleven families are suing the state.
North Side lawmaker Ira Silverstein’s political career is at risk. His law license could be, too.
A new Illinois law empowers a recently named legislative watchdog to probe a backlog of ethics complaints in Springfield.
Republican state Representative Jeanne Ives is aligning herself with President Trump in her potential primary challenge against Governor Bruce Rauner.
Republican Rep. Jeanne Ives says Chicago’s violence can be blamed on absentee fathers.