Despite criticism from President Donald Trump, the governor says he likes the state’s chances for support from Congress.
Gov. JB Pritzker, who is Jewish, responds to rallies in Springfield and Chicago where protesters displayed swastikas.
On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use of remdesivir for patients with severe cases of COVID-19. Drugmaker Gilead Sciences’ lobbying hit a new high in the first quarter.
Angry People Have Shown Up At Closed Illinois Unemployment Offices, Prompting Police Protection For Workers
State unemployment offices are closed to the public, but some people angry about not being able to file for benefits are showing up anyway.
Gov. JB Pritzker wants to hire 3,800 people to run a program that will alert those who came into contact with newly diagnosed COVID-19 cases.
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The protest in Chicago’s Loop is one in a series of demonstrations across the country against stay-at-home orders.
Reset breaks down the biggest local and state news of the week in the Friday News Roundup with Jenn White.
For the first time, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee has personally responded to an allegation of sexual assault from a former Senate staffer.
Yes, you’ll have to wear a mask in public. But green thumbs and pet owners may like some of the businesses that are allowed to reopen Friday.