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
Advocates of the graduated income tax amendment in Illinois expect a long wait to count the mail-in ballots to know whether it passes or fails. Opponents disagree.
Governor’s order means Chicago and all of the collar counties will have suspended dining by Saturday. Mayor Lori Lightfoot backed off some of her opposition to the order Wednesday.
Gov. JB Pritzker announced the suspension of indoor service at bars and restaurants and limits on gatherings to 25 people in Chicago because of surges in COVID-19. Mayor Lori Lightfoot questioned the decision on national television.
Starting Wednesday, the state is banning indoor dining at bars and restaurants in one of the most populous parts of Illinois.
Statewide, 37% of all vote-by-mail ballots have already been returned. But as of Wednesday, suburban Cook County election officials reported a measly 10% return rate.
Accusing the president of politicizing the FDA and CDC, Gov. JB Pritzker said Illinois has the experts to examine a potential vaccine before distributing it.
Gov. JB Pritzker announced a suspension of in-person dining and bar service in certain suburban counties starting Friday as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Who decides where boxes go? How do I know my ballot is secure in that box? We’re answering questions you have about mail-in-ballot boxes.
Debate over the tax amendment has shaped up as a clash between two of the wealthiest people on the planet. But what would it mean for you?
There are daily temperature checks, weekly coronavirus tests — and the ubiquitous masks. But there are also succession plans in case a top executive gets too sick to work.