If no challenges are filed within two weeks, Camelot Illinois stands to win the 10-year, $2.2 billion contract to run the Illinois Lottery.
The public can vote for the winner online at bestrestroom.com/us until Oct. 27.
The victim came home Thursday to find her ex-boyfriend, Norberto Martinez, waiting in her kitchen wearing gloves and allegedly holding a knife.
The Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization wants a community benefits agreement with the Obama Presidential Center drafted as a city ordinance.
Republicans have ousted 13 Cook County ward committeemen, saying they voted in Democratic primaries in the past eight years, violating party bylaws.
The rapper, whose legal name is Keith Cozart, was arrested June 12 at the Sioux Falls airport; officials say marijuana was found in his carry-on bag.
Details about the revised policy and its implementation were unveiled Thursday and officers have begun training in the new procedures.
The “hand of God” helped solve the Drew Peterson case, according to the pastor who says Peterson’s fourth wife believed he killed his third wife.
The “Long Count” is perhaps the most famous 14 seconds in boxing, if not all professional sport. But why it mattered deserves remembering.
In 2019, officers will attend 24 hours of training; 32 hours will be required in 2020. In 2021, 40 hours of training will be mandatory.
“I believe mental health is a medical issue that needs to be treated like a medical issue,” she said.
“He was always smiling,” Issac Harper’s former classmate said. “He spoke every time I saw him and he was really sweet and respectful.”
The Chicago native and son of Haitian immigrants also said he’ll fight President Donald Trump on immigration issues should he win the job.
Avalere Health found the Graham-Cassidy bill would lead to an overall $215 billion cut to states in federal health insurance funding through 2016.
The deadline for the city’s “request-for-nominations” is Sept. 27 and must be submitted only by the “property owner or an entity with site control.”