At least 22 Asian American candidates are running for offices in the November election and next year’s city elections.
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The state spent nearly $150,000 in a civil discrimination case involving Democratic state Sen. Michael Hastings, whose wife accused him of domestic violence.
In a ceremony at the Pentagon, the president paid tribute to “extraordinary Americans” who gave their lives on one of the nation’s darkest days.
A proposed ordinance up before a council committee Thursday would prohibit police and city employees from carrying out search warrants or help investigations of abortion providers and seekers.
The portrait painters are Robert McCurdy and Sharon Sprung.
Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) wants to cut the top pay for alderpersons and cap future pay raises at 3% a year.
The August 2022 jobs report shows an unemployment rate of 3.7%, higher than the estimated 3.5%.
On Sunday, Lightfoot again lambasted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for “manufacturing a human crisis.” The city has launched a website for donations.
Like much of southern Illinois — and other downstate areas — the town is all wrapped up in a deeply ingrained feeling of being forgotten.