Their third runoff debate was more restrained than previous ones — but not without some big swings, as when Vallas said he’s got more teaching experience than Johnson. “You can’t keep just dismissing people, Paul,” Johnson responded. “It’s irresponsible.”
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No one likes playing the victim more than Trump. But it’s no badge of honor for his standing if Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg files criminal charges against him.
Cole played a whopping 74 percent of the Titans’ special teams snaps last season — a figure that’s in line with the way he found his niche in the NFL.
In this weekend’s shows, he’ll stage “Francis Comes Alive,” that will see him attempt to create a live album a la the great “Frampton Comes Alive!”
Seamus Gray, 18, was last seen on video leaving a bar on Genesee Street in Waukegan about 1:40 a.m. on March 18. A missing persons report was filed Tuesday.
The Walleyes Unlimited swap meet and the Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo highlight Go & Show this week.
Kurell Purnell, 19, was arrested Tuesday night, hours after police say he crashed into an SUV in the 3600 block of West Peterson Avenue.
If you’re with someone determined to control, insult, blame or isolate you, you may be at risk.
Victims of domestic abuse can now use a QR code to access a website that directs them to agencies that can help, orders of protection, shelters and legal aid.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell seeks to reassure Americans that their money was safe after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank as the Fed continues to fight inflation.
Senate Commerce Committee grills Norfolk Southern CEO on safety enhancements that can be implemented to prevent derailments like the one in East Palestine, Ohio.
COPA is investigating how the officers handled guns seized on the street. The officers were stripped of their police powers last week, according to a police spokesperson.
The attempts to hobble the Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission, which has uncovered case after case of credible allegations of torture and has hundreds of cases still to investigate, should stop.
“Embiid has it wrapped up this year, in my opinion,” LaVine said during the Bulls’ shootaround Wednesday.
Seven people were taken to area hospitals after a crash Tuesday night that caused one car to roll over, officials said.
Customs officials say two shipments from Thailand headed to U.S. addresses contained counterfeit jewelry, accessories. Sales of the items can fund criminal activity.
‘The Book of Mormon,’ Lyric Opera’s ‘Proximity,’ Wilco in concert and the Greek Heritage Parade are among the highlights in the week ahead.
Despite fighting the effects of a sinus infection, Clevinger turned in a strong outing in his second-to-last start of spring training.
Stroman announced manager David Ross’ decision on Twitter Wednesday.
‘I need industry to help,’ find revenue other than property taxes, mayoral candidate Brandon Johnson tells Crain’s Chicago Business editorial board members.
The crash occurred while the city was experiencing consistent rain, according to the Los Angeles Times. Van Dyke suffered “minor injuries,” according to CNN.
The plaintiffs want a judge to issue an injunction and restraining order that would allow them to remain open until a judge determines whether it’s legal to shut down their businesses and seize their merchandise.
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And whether it’s the real world or a virtual one, the Cubs have work to do.
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Jordan is the NBA’s only Black owner. He purchased the expansion team from Bob Johnson for $180 million in 2010. The team had a net worth of $1.7 billion after the 2021-22 season, according to Forbes.
We should enforce equitable consumer protections on every regulated energy monopoly operating in the state, regardless of the energy type that they deliver.
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Major League Baseball will allow umpires to delay the start of the pitch clock after big swings in which a hitter loses footing or when a pitcher covers first base, third or home, in addition to other clarifications.
Former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn backed U.S. Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia in the first round of voting, but Garcia finished fourth. Wednesday, Quinn reunited with Paul Vallas, his 2014 running mate for lieutenant governor.
Elissa Tenny, the first female president in the school’s 157-year history, said she is retiring next year.