A fire early Saturday in Palatine left four apartments uninhabitable.
No one was hurt in the fire shortly after midnight in the 900 block of West Panorama Driv, according to the fire department in the northwest suburb.
Pritzker announces bipartisan deal with business and labor to pay off unemployment fund debt: ‘We can find common ground’
Pritzker announced the state had reached a deal via the agreed bill process to contribute $1.8 billion and add $450 million as an interest-free loan to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. Lawmakers are in Springfield for the fall veto session — and changes to the massive criminal justice package known as the SAFE-T Act are still anticipated.
The charges come more than a year after a federal grand jury subpoenaed the agency in May 2021 seeking records on Mustafaa Saleh and two dozen properties the land bank obtained and sold.
Business leaders to form political action committee aiming to prevent Chicago City Council from making sharp left turn
Mike Ruemmler, who managed former Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2015 re-election campaign, said Tuesday he plans to file paperwork to form an independent expenditure committee bankrolled by business leaders for the purpose of electing moderate alderpersons.
Nick Fuentes was condemned Tuesday by the top two Republican leaders in Congress, Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy — though McCarthy continued to defend President Donald Trump for meeting with him.