The new citizens, from 120 countries, were sworn in Wednesday at Wintrust Arena. “I love this country and I’m very excited about this,” Svjetlana Kiponjic said.
‘We’re not machines.’ Workers at United Center allege labor abuse, demand Levy Restaurants follow the law
Workers file dozens of complaints against Levy Restaurants. Among the complaints are allegations Levy violated the state’s “One Day Rest in Seven Act,” working dishwashers for 35 days straight.
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Democratic Sen. Warnock beats Republican challenger Walker in Georgia runoff: ‘The people have spoken’
Sen. Raphael Warnock’s victory gives Democrats a 51-49 Senate majority, gaining a seat from the current 50-50 split with John Fetterman’s victory in Pennsylvania. There will be divided government, however, with Republicans having narrowly flipped House control.
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Illinois has a a good, balanced law limiting such surveillance, especially given Chicago’s long, checkered history of police spying abuse.
Josh Aniceto streaked down the court in the final seconds on Wednesday in Bolingbrook. He was a kid on a mission.
Henry Capouch, 30, was charged with battery and disorderly conduct in the incident.
The incident occurred about 5:35 p.m. in the 100 block of West 126th Place, according to Chicago Fire Department officials.
Both forwards have seized upon the additional ice time available with the Hawks to re-prove their abilities. As pending free agents in the primes of their careers, the timing works out well.
Within months, the government plans to stop footing the bill — and millions of the uninsured and seniors might have to pay full price. Experts say that means fewer people will get the potentially life-saving treatments.
Michael Y. Liu, 36, was arrested and charged with attempted murder among other counts after allegedly stabbing his in-laws near Crete.
A 79-year-old man and 27-year-old woman were found dead after a Wednesday morning well-being check in a building at 81st Street and Drexel Avenue, police said.
Gary LaPaille, former state senator, Democratic Party of Illinois chair, Madigan staffer, dies at 68
He was “a Democrat’s Democrat. ... His blood was blue,” said former Virginia Gov. and ex-Democratic National Committee chair Terry McAuliffe.
Cook County prosecutors acknowledge that Diunte Moon was holding “a very small pocketknife” when he was shot multiple times this summer.
Call it collective amnesia, blind loyalty, or willing ignorance, but the once-Trump-supporting-politicos-turned-newly-stunned-detractors who didn’t see this coming from a mile away sound pretty darn ridiculous.
A website designer asks SCOTUS to let her eschew work that contradicts her opposition to gay marriage. The implications are potentially sweeping.
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The opening or re-opening of a rail station can invigorate communities and attract new jobs, opportunities and development.
The sun will set Thursday before the average workday ends, at exactly 4:21 p.m., according to the website Time and Date.
The supply backlogs of the past two years — and the delays, shortages and outrageous prices that came with them — have improved dramatically since summer.
The day United Flight 553 crashed in Chicago “was just like someone dropped a big, huge anvil on the ground.”
Ferrero’s brands include Fannie May, Nutella, Kinder, Tic Tac and Ferrero Rocher. Wells, based in Iowa, makes Blue Bunny, Halo Top and is one of the largest U.S. ice cream makers.