Tony has a B.A. in American Studies from Miami University. He previously worked at WNIJ in DeKalb, IL and WMUB in Oxford, OH. His first job in journalism was as a stringer, recording stats for local high school sports.
Stories by Tony Arnold
Their statements come after POLITICO reported on an unprecedented leak of a draft Supreme Court decision that purports to overturn the landmark abortion rights case.
Federal prosecutors alleged the longtime Springfield power broker and former state Democratic Party leader ran a criminal enterprise dubbed “The Madigan Enterprise.” And Gov. JB Pritzker was interviewed by the feds recently.
Former ally of indicted Madigan advisor speaks out for the first time about being implicated in explosive 2012 email that shook Springfield
GOP U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger announced he won’t seek re-election and two sitting Democrats could be headed for a bitter primary fight.
Lawmakers end their fall session by backing new boundaries pitting Democratic U.S. Rep. Marie Newman against U.S. Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia.
Quenneville’s decision follows an internal review that found he sat on sexual assault allegations to protect the Blackhawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup run.
Majority Democrats also moved to close a loophole they say is being exploited by workers who want to skirt COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Ex-Blackhawks player Kyle Beach speaks out about being ‘John Doe’ in the team’s sexual assault scandal
Beach says he feels vindicated by the Hawks’ internal probe that faulted the team’s response to his sexual abuse claim against an ex-coach.
The NHL fined the team $2 million after an internal review found leaders kept a player’s allegations against a then-assistant coach quiet for weeks during its 2010 run for the Stanley Cup.
A day away from the state employee vaccine deadline, thousands of Illinois workers remain unvaccinated or have not reported their status
Gov. JB Pritzker made a deal Monday with some 7,000 state employees, but correctional workers in the state’s largest public worker union aren’t in it.